Acal BFi announces wireless M2M partnership with TeliaSonera
May 09, 2012 // Julien Happich
Acal BFi has been selected to join the TeliaSonera Global M2M Services Partnership Program.
Under the partnership program, the distributor will provide hardware and product solutions for applications in the fast growing Nordic and Baltic wireless machine to machine (M2M) market place, throughout Norway, Sweden, Finland and Denmark. M2M enables the connection, monitoring and control of remote devices across a wide range of industrial and commercial applications. This technology is growing at double digit rates throughout Europe. The TeliaSonera Global M2M Partnership Program provides solutions, expertise, products and services in the M2M industry. Each member of the partnership program has a unique role and expertise that together enables the execution of M2M solutions.
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