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NetComm Wireless enters Cloud of Things partnership

Wireless machine-to-machine developer NetComm Wireless has entered a partnership agreement with Deutsche Telekom, becoming an official M2M hardware partner.

NetComm Wireless provides 3G, 4G and rural broadband new generation fixed-wireless devices. Its solutions are utilised by various telecommunications carriers, core network providers and system integrators to support their connected products and services in the M2M and rural broadband markets.

Headquartered in Sydney, NetComm Wireless has offices in New Zealand, the US, Europe/UK, Middle East and Japan.

The 3G M2M Router Series (NTC-6200) is the first NetComm Wireless device compatible with the ‘Cloud der Dinge’ of Deutsche Telekom.  

David Stewart, CEO and managing director, NetComm Wireless, says the 'Cloud of Things' partner programme represents the progression of Deutsche Telekom's recently launched Industry 4.0 offering. 

“Deutsche Telekom is leading the way in what has been described as the fourth industrial revolution and we look forward to bringing our global expertise and technological innovation to the 'Cloud der Dinge' collaboration,” he says.  “Working together we will accomplish the technical integration needed to transform the German industrial automation market and achieve smart factory objectives."

Stewart adds, "We are pleased to have received certification for the NTC-6200 following its successful integration with the 'Cloud of Things' platform."

The industrial-grade NTC-6200 series enables the monitoring and remote management of machines over 3G and features Ethernet, Serial (RS232/422/485) and USB 2.0 connectivity to seamlessly interface with a diverse range of equipment.

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