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Wyless sponsors M2M WORLD CONGRESS 2014

| April 17, 2014

 

Wyless M2M

London – April 17th, 2014 – Wyless today confirmed its participation in the annual M2M World Congress 2014 (www.m2mconference.com) taking place in London on April 24th and April 25th, at the Grand Connaught Rooms in Central London. Steve Priestley, Managing Director, WYLESS (EMEA), will be presenting on “M2M Managed Services for The Internet of Things. For further details, Please visit the M2M WORLD CONGRESS 2014

 

About Wyless

Wyless is the leading global M2M Managed Services Provider ( MSP ) for Fortune 500 companies and start-ups alike! Our resilient platform, is delivered in partnership with 15 and growing, of the world’s largest mobile network operators, including T-Mobile, Telefonica, Verizon, EverythingEverywhere, Deutsche Telekom, Vodafone, Rogers, O2 and Singtel. We provide secure, reliable communications with wireless devices in over 120 countries. Powerful management tools offer real-time reporting and control over all devices connected to our network.

Wyless offers a smarter approach to the challenges of M2M. We understand that every application has its own unique requirements and that customers need access to a wide range of highly-specialized services backed up by dedicated professional support. The design, structure and philosophy of our business continues to make Wyless the partner of choice for those who choose to deliver the highest quality user experiences, and seek to develop a portfolio of recurring revenues that consistently deliver cash to their bottom line. We take pride in delivering service for every connection and we consistently are the easiest company to work with. We enable our customers and partners to deploy M2M applications and services faster, cheaper and more effectivelyhttp://www.wyless.com

 

 

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