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Wireless Logic GmbH picks up major technology recognition

At a glittering ceremony, Wireless Logic’s business model – providing M2M Managed Services for multiple applications – was a finalist within the M2M category at this year’s ‘eco Industry Awards 2014 WG’. The awards recognise leading service and technology innovations across the internet with this year welcoming the developments seen within the M2M sector.

Wireless Logic’s business proposition is widely recognised as the definitive connectivity and control solution for cellular and satellite enabled devices, empowering users to connect, view and control large estates of assets. 2014 has seen its managed services enhanced with the launch of an all-new provisioning tool based on its sector-leading platform ‘SIMPro’. This delivers a host of new features that give users better visibility, tailored operational procedures and comprehensive tariff control across 18 global mobile networks and satellite services.

As a finalist in the M2M category, Ulrich Kaindl, Managing Director Wireless Logic GmbH said: “Wireless Logic’s global proposition of M2M Managed Services has made a big impact across multiple European industry verticals. Our platforms, private infrastructure and connectivity solutions create a ‘one stop’ channel for organisations requiring focused M2M/IoT managed services. The recognition highlighted our unique ability to be entirely network agnostic, delivering connectivity and private network solutions tailored to a client’s application. We are delighted to be recognised.”

Finalists were shortlisted following intensive scrutiny from an esteemed panel of judges including Prof. Dr. Paul Alpar, Monika Grass, Frank Kemper, Prof. Dr. Claudia Loebbecke, Dr. Michael Opitz, Prof. Dr. Norbert Pohlmann, Gerd Simon and Bruno Wallraf. “The innovative power of the sector continues unbroken,” said a delighted Harald A. Summa, eco CEO. “Today’s finalists are all contributing impressively to the Internet industry remaining an essential driving horse in the economy.”

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‘eco’, with more than 700 member organisations, is the largest Internet industry association in Europe. Since 1995, the organisation has been instrumental in the development of the Internet in Germany, fostering new technologies, infrastructures and markets. As an association, one of its important tasks is to represent the interests of members in politics, and in national and international committees. As well as eco’s headquarters in Cologne, there are offices in the German capital Berlin, and representation at all relevant political decision-making processes in Brussels. eco is a founding member of EuroISPA, the umbrella organisation for European Internet associations, eco also represents the German industry with a seat on the Council of the Generic Names Supporting Organisation (GNSO) at ICANN, and is a driving horse behind the Internet Governance Forum.

To learn more about the organization, go to www.eco.de

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