Wireless Logic has evolved its services working alongside all of the major networks delivering platforms for SIM-based applications and devices.
Ulrich Kaindl is a highly knowledgeable specialist within the M2M market. During the last ten years he developed the cellular module business for Siemens Wireless Modules/Cinterion (now part of Gemalto) as Vice President Sales, Europe. Last year, he set up and established M2M Simplexx GmbH providing one-stop M2M services for system integrators and solution providers within the sector.
Commenting on the announcement Kaindl said “For our German clients, Wireless Logic’s connectivity platform will enable M2M System Integrators and Vertical Solution Providers to extend their value proposition. Multiple network connectivity complemented by a single platform SIM provisioning system will give clients more opportunity to develop tailored solutions which are M2M focused and not beholding to any one operator.”
Wireless Logic’s UK-based Managing Director and co-founder Oliver Tucker said “Germany is one of the biggest and fastest growing M2M markets in mainland Europe. Wireless Logic is perfectly positioned to bring our proven business to the many vertical sectors which are delivering connected solutions. We’re looking to establish Wireless Logic’s position of strength across Germany, and establish the Wireless Logic brand as outright European leader within the M2M aggregation market.”
Philip Cole, Sales and Marketing Director and co-founder, Wireless Logic adds: “With M2M CAGR of 27% forecast for 2012-2016 (Source – ABI Research), we are committed to developing our presence across a number of key European countries, supported by sector professionals who can deliver the value-add that Wireless Logic brings to market. In the coming months further announcements are likely to be made as the organisation continues its pan-European roll out. Exciting times in an exciting market!”
Last year, Wireless Logic was named in the 2011 Deloitte Technology Fast 50, a ranking of the 50 fastest-growing technology companies in the UK, and placed 54th in the Sunday Times Microsoft Tech Track 100 with 56% compound annual growth rate (CAGR) in the last three years.