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São Paulo – September 05, 2014 – The Telit Developers Conference 2014 will be held in Las Vegas, USA, on Monday, September 08.  Telit DevCon is Telit’s forum for M2M developers and adopters to review the latest technology developments and examine best business practices in our industry. This full day, multi-track conference is designed for technologists in todays’ connected device ecosystem. It delivers high-value, current and impactful content in a compact, well-designed program that is as affordable as it is relevant for business and technology professionals already exploring or looking to start connecting devices with machine-to-machine communications.

Hi-Mix Eletronicos is responsible for manufacturing 15 different wireless modules at Telit’s production facility in Pato Branco, which is in the southern region of Brazil. Hi-Mix is an ideal partner having considerable knowledge and expertise in Service Outsourcing (also known as Electronic Manufacturing Service, or EMS). Hi-Mix’s precise, high quality assembly, integration and testing of electronic boards allow costs reduction while increasing production capacity.

Telit DevCon offers a perfect platform for Hi-Mix since its attendees includes delegates from a wide range of functional areas and segments of the technology sector including directors and managers, service and support management, product and engineering management, project and sales management, hardware and software engineering, business development, among others.

“Telit DevCon targets executives, engineers and players from different parts of the Internet of Things world. Those people are looking into the Latin American market, and we feel we can help them to bring their solutions to this part of the globe”, says Ricardo Buranello, Vice President and General Manager of Telit Latin America, who will be speaking at the conference. “Hi-Mix’s sponsorship provides a good opportunity to promote important discussions and create a communication channel with companies that want to invest on the Latin American market”.