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SUPPORT WITH CERTIFICATIONS

Certifying devices with embedded cellular m2m has never been a trivial task. With LTE it gets substantially more complicated. You may need to certify two or three variants of your device to cover North American carriers and potentially over five for global coverage.

This substantially raises the need and relevance of the assistance we can provide to help rationalize the certification effort with most carriers and regions.

We can help you develop carrier relationships and assist with 2G through LTE module integration certification and carrier approvals. Certification costs and times can be significantly reduced with assistance from Telit and its network of partner labs and service providers.


REGULATORY

Most all radio communication devices such as Telit's Wireless Modules, are subject to regulatory compliance certification which vary from country to country. These regulations and their accompanying certification processes also vary according to the type of device. The following are certifications applicable to Telit’s current portfolio of products:


Applicable Certifications Our regulatory partners

A-tick
ACMA

A-tick

The Australian Telecommunications Authority (Austel) were responsible for issuing cabling licenses, equipment permits and monitoring the conduct of license and permit holders for all equipment and components connected to the Australian telephone network. The Spectrum Management Agency (SMA) was the Australian Commonwealth statutory agency responsible for the management of radio communications in Australia. On 1 July 1997, the AUSTEL and SMA merged to form the Australian Communications Authority (ACA). On July 1st 2005, ACA and ABA (Australian Broadcasting Authority) merged to form the ACMA (Australian Communications Media Authority). The ACMA is now responsible for technical regulation, consumer issues and licensing of telecommunications and radio communications in Australia. The A-tick and ACMA supplier code indicates compliance with Australian telecommunications requirements and that the equipment can be legally connected to the Australian Telecommunications Network.

ANATEL
ANATEL

ANATEL

The national telecommunications agency in Brazil (Anatel) is an independent organ of the Brazilian ministry of communications established in 1997. The agency is directly responsible for regulating interstate and international telecommunications by radio, wire, satellite and cable. Anatel's jurisdiction covers the entire country of Brazil.

CE
CE

CE

A European consumer protection program designed to certify that products have met health, safety, and environmental requirements assuring consumer safety. Products must meet CE marking requirements in order to be marketed in Europe. Specifically, compliance with R&TTE, the Radio and Telecommunications Terminal Equipment Directive is required for all products in the Telit portfolio. R&TTE was created by the European Union in 1999, and establishes requirements with which Radio and Telecommunications equipment and devices must comply to be sold in Europe. R&TTE product compliance certification is performed by BABT, the British Approvals Board for Telecommunications, which was created in 1982 to regulate telecommunications. In May 1992, BABT issued the first GSM approval and the agency is directly responsible to for certification and regulatory services for the European radio, telecom and IT sectors.

COFETEL
COFETEL

COFETEL

The federal telecommunications commission in Mexico (COFETEL) is an independent organ of the Mexican secretary of communication and transport established in 1995. The agency is directly responsible for regulating interstate and international telecommunications by radio, wire, satellite and cable. COFETEL's jurisdiction covers the entire country of Mexico.

CONATEL
CONATEL

CONATEL

The Comisión Nacional de Telecomunicaciones (CONATEL), is charged by the Organic Law of Telecommunications, with the function of homologating and certifying telecommunication devices so as to guarantee the safety of users and the interoperability among networks and devices in Venezuela.

CRTC
CRTC

CRTC

The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) is an independent public authority established in 1968. The CRTC regulates the Canadian broadcasting system, as well as telecommunications common carriers and service providers under federal jurisdiction.

DGT

DGT

The Directorate General of Telecommunications (DGT), Taiwan's telecommunications industry regulatory agency.

FCC
FCC

FCC

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is an independent United States government agency, directly responsible to Congress. The FCC was established by the Communications Act of 1934 and is charged with regulating interstate and international communications by radio, television, wire, satellite and cable. The FCC's jurisdiction covers the 50 states, the District of Columbia, and U.S. possessions.

GFC
GFC

GFC

The Global Certification Forum (GCF) runs an independent certification program to ensure global interoperability. The program's focus is on the interoperability of 2G and 3G mobile wireless devices.

IC
IC

IC

The Certification and Engineering Bureau of Industrie Canada which provides certification services for both radio and terminal equipment in Canada. Compliance testing for these devices is performed by private sector laboratories.

ICASA
ICASA

ICASA

The Independent Communication Authority of South Africa is a product of statute, The Independent Communication Authority of South Africa Amendment Act of 2000, later amended in 2005. FUNCTIONS OF ICASA: The Authority regulates the telecommunications and broadcasting industries in the public interest. Its key functions are to : make regulations and policies that govern broadcasting and telecommunications issue licenses to providers of telecommunication services and broadcasters monitor the environment and enforce compliance with rules, regulations and policies hear and decide on disputes and complaints brought by industry or members of the public against licensees plan, control and manage the frequency spectrum and protect consumers from unfair business practices, poor quality services and harmful or inferior products.

KCC
KCC

KCC

On February 29, 2008, the Korea Communications Commission (KCC) has been newly embarked after consolidating the former Ministry of Information and Communication (MIC) and the Korean Broadcasting Commission (KBC). Korea initiated the reorganization of the government agency responsible for broadcasting and communications policies and regulations, recognizing the fact that the boundary between the broadcasting and communications sector has been blurred. The newly established KCC, under the office of the President, aims to manage broadcasting and communications with full authority, promote the convergence process between broadcasting and telecommunications, as well as mitigate government regulations. The KCC will embrace the core function of the former Korean Broadcasting Commission and the Ministry of Information and Communication, serving as an integrated organization responsible for both policy-making and regulation.

NOM
NOM

NOM

The Normas Oficiales Mexicanas (NOM) Mark is a mandatory consumer protection program requiring that certain products such as cellular devices be certified before they can be sold in Mexico.

PTCRB
PTCRB

PTCRB

The purpose of the PTCRB is to provide the framework within which GSM Mobile Equipment (ME) Type Certification can take place for members of the PTCRB. This includes, but is not limited to, determination of the test specifications and methods to implement the Type Certification process for GSM Mobile Equipment. This group will also be responsible to generate input regarding testing of Mobile Stations to standards development organizations.

SRRC
SRRC

SRRC

State Radio Regulation Committee (SRRC) of China under the Ministry of Information Industry (MII) is China's regulatory agency for radio and wireless products.

TK
TK

TK

Within the framework of the general principles defined in Turkey's Radio Law and Telegraph and Telephone Law, preparing the required plans in the telecommunications area and presenting them to the Ministry of Transportation and supervising the related operations of the concerned institutions and establishments as well as real and legal personalities.

Please note that Telit is constantly certifying its products world-wide. Certifications are sought on a product by product basis as each is introduced into new regional markets. Please refer to the specific product description document of interest, available under Products for current certification status. Alternatively please consult a regional Telit Office or Sales Channel Representative in your area.

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Operators & Service Providers

Mobile Network Operators (MNO) may require, in addition to full regulatory compliance, that devices like the Telit Modules be tested and certified on their networks before activation is permitted. These MNO Certification requirements vary on a regional and service provider basis. Telit has either received or is in the process of obtaining approval for one or more of its modules on one or more of the regional operations of the follwing Network Operators and Service providers.

Certified Network Operators and Service Providers Our partners

A1
A1

A1

A1 mobilkom austria is Austria’s leader in market and innovation with more than 3 million customers covering about 42 % of Austria’s cellphone users. mobilkom austria's A1 GSM network provides 98.5 % of all of Austrians, making it possible to keep in touch easily.

Aeris
Aeris

Aeris

Built from the ground up, Aeris Communications owns and operates the largest North American cellular data network designed exclusively for machines. This enables Aeris Communications to deliver the reliability, flexibility, control and efficiencies that machines demand. From telematics to medical devices to remote machines, Aeris' customers enjoy solutions tuned for high performance and mission-critical reliability.

AT&T
AT&T

AT&T

A premier communications company in North America with offerings in IP-based business communications services, wireless, high-speed Internet access, and voice services.

Bouygues Telecom
Bouygues Telecom

Bouygues Telecom

Active operator in France with over 91% pops coverage on EDGE data.

Cellcom
Cellcom

Cellcom

Cellcom is a leading cellular communications operator in Israel founded in 1994, revolutionizing the telecommunications industry there. Today, Cellcom remains a strong brand in Israel offering advanced international roaming services world wide.

China Mobile
China Mobile

China Mobile

China Mobile Limited (the "Company", and together with its subsidiaries, the "Group") was incorporated in Hong Kong on 3 September 1997. As the leading mobile services provider in China, the Group boasts the world's largest mobile network and the world's largest mobile subscriber base.

Claro
Claro

Claro

Telecom Americas, a subsidiary of América Móvil, is a provider of wireless telecommunication services in Brazil. The company launched services under the brand name Claro in August 2003 and offers a variety of rate plans to its post-paid customers, as well as prepaid services in all of its markets. Claro owns and operates cellular networks using both GSM and TDMA digital technology.

Leading Mobile Network Operator in Colombia with a 58.9% market share nation-wide. Operations started in Bogota in July 1994.

CSL
CSL

CSL

Established in 1983, CSL is Hong Kong’s first and leading mobile operator. It is also the first mobile company in Hong Kong to employ a distinctive market segmentation strategy and use leading-edge technologies to provide customer-focused services. CSL is committed to retaining its market leading position by delivering innovative and relevant services to their customers. CSL offers services through three brands: 1O1O, One2Free and New World Mobility operating in a world-class GSM / WCDMA network with comprehensive post and pre-paid mobile services to both local and international customers. CSL is also the leading roaming operator in Hong Kong as we are able to provide unmatched international multi-media connectivity with over 400 mobile operators around the world. CSL is a subsidiary of Telstra Corporation Limited, Australia’s leading telecommunications and information services company (www.telstra.com.au).

Elisa
Elisa

Elisa

Elisa is the leading Finnish communications service company, founded in Helsinki in 1882. The company's main market is Finland, international operations in Estonia. Elisa offers its private, corporate and institutional customers voice and telecommunication services, customised communications services solutions and network operator services.

ERA (T-Mobile)
ERA (PTC)

ERA (T-Mobile)

Polska Telefonia Cyfrowa Sp. z o.o. is the operator of the Era and Heyah mobile telephony networks. Since the roll out of its commercial activity in 1996 under the Era GSM brand (currently Era). PTC provides its services on GSM 900, GSM 1800 and UMTS, including the fastest wireless Internet access through its HSDPA technology based blueconnect service. PTC serves over 12.722 million customers; its coverage encompassing 96.5% of Poland and 99.6% of its inhabitants.

Golden Telecom
Golden Telecom

Golden Telecom

Golden Telecom Inc., (Golden Telecom) part of the VimpelCom Group. is a leading facilities-based provider of integrated telecommunications and Internet services in major population centers throughout Russia and other countries of the Commonwealth of Independent States (“CIS”). The Company offers voice, data and Internet services to corporations, operators and consumers using its metropolitan overlay network in major cities including Moscow, Kiev, St. Petersburg, Nizhny Novgorod, Samara, Kaliningrad, Krasnoyarsk, Almaty, and Tashkent, and via intercity fiber optic and satellite-based networks, including approximately 314 combined access points in Russia and other countries of the CIS.

Jasper Wireless
Jasper Wireless

Jasper Wireless

Jasper Wireless is a global M2M Mobile Operator. The company offers efficient and cost-effective communications solutions for the machine-to-machine device market. The company has converged wireless technologies with Internet applications to design a solution to meet the needs of global M2M application providers.

Kore Telematics
Kore Telematics

Kore Telematics

Offers high-availability voice and data services targeted at the M2M market through its partnerships with major North American (Canada &USA) GSM/GPRS networks.

KPN
KPN

KPN

KPN is the leading telecommunications and ICT service provider in The Netherlands, offering wireline and wireless telephony, internet end TV to consumers, and end-to-end telecommunications and ICT services to business customers. KPN’s subsidiary Getronics operates a global ICT services company with a market-leading position in the Benelux, offering end-to-end solutions in infrastructure and network-related IT. In Germany and Belgium, KPN pursues a multi-brand strategy in its mobile operations and holds number three market positions through E-Plus and BASE.

KT
KT

KT

KT, established as Korea Telecom Freetel, started commercial nation-wide PCS services in October 1997 and started the era of public wireless communications services. KT was recorded in the Guinness Book of World Records in April 2000 as the first company to record 1 million subscribers in the shortest period in the world, and was selected as the 4th company from among 100 IT companies worldwide, as well as the 1st company from among telecommunications companies in 2002 by the international business weekly magazine ‘Business Week’.

Kyivstar
Kyivstar

Kyivstar

Kyivstar Company — leader of mobile communications in Ukraine. Company was founded in 1994. Provides mobile communication services since 1997. Our objective is to provide the largest number of Ukrainians with the opportunity of having high quality, reliable and affordable mobile communication. Our goal is «Communication for everyone».

MegaFon
MegaFon

MegaFon

OJSC «MegaFon» is the first all-Russian mobile operator in GSM 900/1800 standard. The company was founded in May 2002 as a result of renaming and reorganization of Open Joint Stock Company «North-West GSM» and integration under one brand with CJSC «Sonic Duo» (Moscow), CJSC «Mobicom-Kavkaz», CJSC «Mobicom-Centre», CJSC «Mobicom-Novosibirsk», CJSC «Mobicom-Khabarovsk», CJSC «Mobicom-Kirov», OJSC «MSS-Povolzhie», CJSC «Volzhsky GSM» and CJSC «Uralsky GSM».

Mobistar
Mobistar

Mobistar

Mobistar covers 99% of the Belgian population. And are continuing to invest to allow you to telephone everywhere with the best sound quality.

Movistar Telefonica
Movistar Telefonica

Movistar Telefonica

Telefónica is one of the world's largest telecommunications companies by market cap. Its activities are centered mainly on the fixed and mobile telephony businesses, while its broadband business is the key growth driver underpinning both. It operates in 25 countries and its customer base exceeds 261 million globally. Telefónica's growth strategy is focused on the markets in which it has a strong foothold: Spain, Europe and Latin America. Telefónica has one of the most international profiles in the sector with more than 60% of its business outside its home market and a reference point in the Spanish and Portuguese speaking market.

MTN
MTN

MTN

The MTN Group Limited (MTN Group) is a leading provider of communication services, offering cellular network access and business solutions. The MTN Group is listed in South Africa on the JSE under the Industrial – Telecommunications sector.

MTS
MTS

MTS

Mobile TeleSystems OJSC («MTS») is the largest mobile phone operator in Russia and the CIS. Together with its subsidiaries, the Company services over 83.88 million subscribers. The regions of Russia, as well as Armenia, Belarus, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, and Uzbekistan, in which MTS and its associates and subsidiaries are licensed to provide GSM services, have a total population of more than 230 million.

Mundo OI
Mundo OI

Mundo OI

Oi is a pioneer in integrated and converged telecommunication services in Brazil. The company provides local and long distance voice transmission, mobile telephony, data communication, internet and entertainment services. In the retail market, Oi operates in 16 states in the North, Northeast and Southeast regions (know as Region I in Brazil). In the corporate and long distance markets, the company operates nationwide. Sao Paulo is the company's new mobile telephony operation area, thus strengthening its strategic positioning.

Netcomm
Netcomm

Netcomm

NetCom is a Norwegian mobile phone operator. Founded in 1993, it is the second largest mobile phone operator in Norway. The company has about 1.2 million subscribers, and is headquartered in Nydalen, Oslo. It is owned by the Swedish and Finnish company TeliaSonera.

Numerex
Numerex

Numerex

Numerex Corp is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, and is organized under the laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Numerex Corp. is the machine-to-machine (M2M) provider of choice to some of the world's largest organizations delivering secure, all-around solutions through a single source. The company's M2M expertise enables its customers to efficiently, reliably, and securely monitor and manage assets remotely whenever and wherever needed, while simplifying and speeding up development and deployment. Numerex is the first M2M service provider in North America to carry the ISO 27001 information security certification. Numerex DNA(TM) offerings include hardware Devices, Network services, and software Applications offered as individual components or as bundled services.

O2
O2

O2

A pan-European telecommunications company with operations in the UK, Ireland, Isle of Man, Germany, the Czech Republic, and Slovakia. In March 2006, O2 became a wholly-owned subsidiary of Telefónica S.A..

OPTIMUS
OPTIMUS

OPTIMUS

Telcom operator in the country of Portugal. Started in 1998, is presently owned by Grupo Sonae. OPTIMUS has a stated mission of providing its customer the best Telecom experience in the market.

Optus
Optus

Optus

Optus is an Australian leader in integrated telecommunications, delivering cutting-edge communications, information technology and entertainment services. In 2001 SingTel became the parent company of Optus, paving the way to become a strong and strategic telecommunications player within the Asia-Pacific region.

Orange
Orange

Orange

Orange is the key brand of France Telecom, one of the world's leading telecommunications operators. France Telecom serves more than 172 million customers in five continents as of March 31, 2008, of which two thirds are Orange customers. The group had consolidated sales of 52.9 billion euros in 2007 (13 billion euros as of March 31, 2008). As of March 31, 2008 the group had 111.9 million mobile customers and 12 million broadband internet (ADSL) customers.

Proximus
Proximus

Proximus

Proximus, also known as Belgacom Mobile, is the largest of Belgium's three mobile telecommunications operators. It competes with Mobistar, owned by France Télécom, and Base, a subsidiary of Dutch KPN. The Proximus operates under GSM 900/1800 (2G GSM) net and W-CDMA 2100 (3G UTMS) frequencies. Its prepaid service is called Pay&Go.

RACO Wireless
RACO Wireless

RACO Wireless

Founded in 1991 and based in Cincinnati, Ohio; RACO is a leading wireless and GPS solutions provider. RACO is also one of the most senior National Premier Master Dealers in the T-Mobile Value Added Reseller (VAR) channel.

Rogers
Rogers

Rogers

Rogers Communications is a leading provider of Wireless, Cable TV, High Speed Internet and Home Phone services to consumer residences and businesses in Canada.

SFR
SFR

SFR

SFR, a strong number 2 operator in the French mobile market. 18.8M customers / 34% market share / 4.1M 3G/3G+ customers. SFR: Largest 3G+ network in France.

SK Telecom
SK Telecom

SK Telecom

South Korea Telecom evolved from a first-generation analogue cellular system operator to the world's first provider of second-generation CDMA service, then to the 2.5-generation CDMA 2000 1x system operator, as well as the world's first commercialization of third-generation synchronized IMT-2000 system to the world's first company to commercialize (CDMA 2000 1x EV-DO). In 2006, SK Telecom also launched the world's first HSDPA service, which allows for video telephony via a mobile phone.

Sprint
Sprint

Sprint

Sprint Nextel Corporation is a telecommunications company, based in Overland Park, Kansas. The company owns and operates the third largest wireless telecommunications network in the United States, with 49 million customers, behind Verizon Wireless and AT&T Mobility. Sprint Nextel is widely recognized for developing, engineering and deploying innovative technologies, including two wireless networks serving more than 49 million customers at the end of the first quarter of 2009; industry-leading mobile data services; instant national and international push-to-talk capabilities; and a global Tier 1 Internet backbone.

Swisscom
Swisscom

Swisscom

Swisscom is Switzerland's leading telecoms provider, with 5.4 million mobile customers and around 1.8 million broadband connections. Swisscom has a presence throughout Switzerland and offers a full range of products and services for mobile, landline and IP-based voice and data communication.

T-Mobile
T-Mobile

T-Mobile

A multi-national telecom group headquartered in Germany with operations in Europe and North America focusing on service products in cellular wireless in 2G and 3G technologies and wireless LAN. T-Mobile has properties in North America as well as Latin America.

TDC
TDC

TDC

TDC is the leading provider of communications solutions in Denmark and a strong player in the Nordic business market that has developed from a traditional provider of landline and mobile services into a provider of modern communications solutions. In all key markets in Denmark, TDC continues to be the clear front-runner, and with the goal to be the most efficient telecom operator in the Nordic region, providing the best coherent services on all terminals and networks, anytime, anywhere.

Telcel
Telcel

Telcel

Telcel is Mexico's largest mobile phone carrier, owned by America Movil. Founded in 1989 and based in Mexico City, Telcel is the leading provider of wireless communications services in Mexico. Telcel holds concessions to operate a wireless network in all nine geographic regions in Mexico using both the 850 megahertz and 1900 megahertz radio spectrums. As of December 31, 2007, Telcel had approximately over 57 million cellular subscribers and, according to Cofetel, as of July 2008, an approximately 77.2% share of the Mexican wireless market.

Telefónica
Telefónica

Telefónica

Telefónica is one of the world's largest telecommunications companies by market cap. Its activities are centered mainly on the fixed and mobile telephony businesses, while its broadband business is the key growth driver underpinning both. It operates in 25 countries and its customer base exceeds 261 million globally. Telefónica's growth strategy is focused on the markets in which it has a strong foothold: Spain, Europe and Latin America. Telefónica has one of the most international profiles in the sector with more than 60% of its business outside its home market and a reference point in the Spanish and Portuguese speaking market.

Telenor
Telenor

Telenor

Telenor is emerging as one of the fastest growing providers of mobile communications services worldwide. Telenor is also the largest provider of TV services in the Nordic region. Telenor is organised into three business areas; Mobile operations covering 12 countries - more than 143 million mobile subscribers worldwide, and Fixed-line and Broadcast services covering the Nordic region.

Telstra
Telstra

Telstra

Telstra is the only communications company in Australia that can provide customers with a truly integrated telecommunications experience across fixed line, mobiles, broadband (BigPond®), information, transaction and search (Sensis®) and pay TV (FOXTEL). Our vision is to do for customers what no one else has done: create a world of 1 click, 1 touch, 1 button, 1 screen, 1 step solutions that are simple, easy and valued by individuals, businesses, enterprise and government.

Three
Three

Three

Hutchison 3G UK Limited (registered in England and Wales) - 3 is a mobile operator focused on bringing the benefits of the internet to mobile communications. They are building the world's most advanced mobile network in the UK, designed to carry data traffic.3 is continuously developing its 3G network, recently introducing HSDPA.

TIM
TIM

TIM

TIM is part of the Telecom Italia Group that operates in mobile telecommunications. With 34.2 million customers, of which 7.3 are UMTS lines TIM offers convergence solutions, “all-inclusive” packages, and price plans tailored to the needs of its customer target groups. TIM has joined forces with Orange, T-Mobile and Telia Soneras as part of FreeMove, one of the world’s largest mobile telephony alliances with 230 million customers in 30 European nations. In addition to its domestic market leadership, the Group has a significant presence in Latin America, where TIM Brasil is one of the country’s leading carriers, offers broadband services in Germany and Holland, and manages 50% of all international carrier traffic in the Mediterranean basin.

UMC
UMC

UMC

UMC was the first mobile operator in Ukraine. The call from a mobile phone sounded in the company’s network on July 1, 1993, and today UMC provides for subscribers an opportunity to communicate within the territory where 99 percent of population of Ukraine resides. UMC serves more than 20 million subscribers.

URS Beeline
URS Beeline

URS Beeline

Ukrainian Radio Systems provides mobile communications services in Ukraine. It offers value added mobile communication services and International roaming services worldwide. Ukrainian Radio was formed in 1995 and has its head office in Kiev, Ukraine. As of November 11, 2005, Ukrainian Radio Systems is a subsidiary of Vimpel-Communications. URS markets its network under the name of BEELINE.

VIVO
VIVO

VIVO

Largest network in Brazil with coverage in over 2900 cities in the country. Vivo is controlled by Spain-based Telefónica and Portugal Telecom. Operates GSM, GPRS, EDGE, UMTS, CDMA, 1xRTT, and EVDO technologies.

Vodacom
Vodacom

Vodacom

Vodacom is a Pan-African cellular communications company providing a world class GSM service to more than 23 million customers in South Africa, Tanzania, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Lesotho and Mozambique.

VODAFONE
VODAFONE

VODAFONE

Global telecom operator with proportionate mobile customer base of over 269 million. Operations in Germany, Italy, Spain, UK, Albania, Greece, Ireland, Malta, Netherlands, Portugal, Czech Republic, Hungary, Egypt, Romania, Turkey, India, Australia, New Zealand, USA, (partnership with Verizon Wireless), 3.21% stake in China Mobile.

WIND
WIND

WIND

One of the three main Italian Telecommunication Operator and member of OTH Holding, Wind provides mobile and fixed voice and data services at Italian Market Level. It's involved both in corporate and consumer markets with a good growth rate and market share.

Wyless Group
Wyless Group

Wyless Group

Wyless Group is a privately owned international communications group created in 2003. They manage a globally secure wireless data network which makes it possible for remote and/or mobile machines and devices to communicate with each other. The resulting solutions provide cost savings, service enhancement and increased revenue generation to businesses for whom effective connectivity is critical. The Wyless UK head office is in Uxbridge with Sales Offices in the UK, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the USA providing customers with direct access to their remote devices over a public or private network in over 120 countries and 200 Networks.