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TECHNICAL FORUM

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Technical forum

  • Browse the first open communication platform that addresses all m2m topics.

  • Get direct support by region (EMEA, North America, Latin America, APAC)

  • Take part in this quickly growing m2m community and exchange experiences with peers, experts, and others.

The Telit Technical Forum is the world`s first open communication online forum, developed by Telit to bring its international customers together on one platform - and also guarantees, as the first forum of this kind, access for the entire m2m community.

System integrators, developers and partner companies can exchange opinions and ideas amongst themselves and receive valuable assistance, at any time, in their daily work from the four Telit Technical Support Centers (TTSC) around the world. At the same time, the open forum offers an invaluable technical knowledge database on everything concerning m2m.

The Telit Technical Forum is a further service innovation offered by Telit to support its customers with the best possible service on partner level. This also includes the worldwide Competence Centers which support customers in the design, development and integration of their M2M applications. Telit`s service concept also includes comprehensive e-mail and telephone support. Furthermore, Telit is the only m2m module provider in the industry that provides its entire technical documentation on its website. One more tribute to Telit`s power of innovation.

The registration process is quick and easy

Just fill out the contact form below and you will receive your login code within 48 hours latest. As a Telit customers you have full access rights. You can take part in discussions, access major topic categories and FAQs to get answers to technical questions and send messages directly to the TTSC. As a visitor you have the possibility to find out if your topic has been discussed a particular question has already been asked.

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