|By Business Wire||
|August 22, 2014 09:55 AM EDT||
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.
Direct Communication Solutions (DCS) is an industry leader in providing wireless modules, products, solutions, services and support to the M2M industry. Support includes achieving carrier certification. A distribution agreement was made in July 2011 which enabled DCS to offer Telit's full line of embedded M2M modules as well as logistics, support and data connectivity services for application developers and end users across many vertical markets, including wireless point-of-sale, telematics and healthcare.
"We welcome the wide-ranging expertise that DCS brings for this year's Telit DevCon. As well being an important distributor, the company offers a unique combination of extremely talented wireless engineers with industry experts that help companies overcome the challenges in wireless integration”, said Mike Ueland, president of Telit Americas. “DCS has evolved from a hardware distribution outlet into a full service M2M solution provider.”
Telit Wireless Solutions (AIM: TCM listed as Telit Communications PLC), is a global enabler of machine-to-machine (M2M) communications. Its ONE STOP. ONE SHOP. provides cellular, short-to-long range, positioning modules plus m2mAIR, PaaS managed and value added services in application enablement, connectivity under mobile networks and Cloud. Telit operates business unit Telit Automotive Solutions delivering automotive-grade products like the Automotive On-board Platform (ATOP) and services to auto manufacturers and tier-one auto suppliers; and business unit Telit GNSS Solutions reaching M2M and beyond, delivering award-winning geo-positioning products to the broader electronics and OEM markets. With over 12 years exclusively only in M2M, the company constantly advances technology through a network of R&D centers around the globe; marketing products and services in over 80 countries.
By supplying scalable products interchangeable across families, technologies and generations, rapid prototyping tools for application development, and m2m tailored connectivity, Telit is able to reduce development costs, protect design investments and minimize technical risk. The company provides customer support and design-in assistance through 35 sales and support offices, a global distributor network of experts with over 30 competence centers, and the Telit Technical Support Forum.
Telit provides products services and facilities to connect organizations to the Internet of Things (IoT) allowing them to wirelessly collect, process and respond to real-world data from connected devices, creating new efficiencies, revenue streams, societal and personal benefits. Join the conversation and learn more about Telit and its customers’ innovative applications on Facebook and Twitter.
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