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New headquarters in Berkshire

Wireless Logic sets up new European HQ in Hurley, Berkshire.

•Move culminates in another year of impressive business growth
•HQ will support growing European presence and technology development

Europe’s leading M2M (Machine to Machine) and IoT (Internet of Things) managed services provider Wireless Logic has relocated its European Headquarters to Hurley, Berkshire. In a move that doubles space available, the building will include UK Corporate Sales, Customer Service, Accounts and Group Directorate along with a significant step-up in size for the Group’s Technology and Platform Development teams. The move comes at the end of another financial year in which Wireless Logic has continued its impressive 28% year-on-year growth curve.

Commenting on the move, Matthew Tate – Operations Director said: “We have enjoyed four great years at Beaconsfield though with limited ability to expand, felt it was right to seek a new and more flexible offering. Our new HQ at Horizon in Hurley creates multiple opportunities for the organisation where our teams will be able to perform more efficiently, enhanced by breathtaking views of the Thames Valley. The offices will allow more on-site meetings for our expanding European teams from Denmark, France, Germany and Spain. And as we continue our focus on M2M and IoT software and platform development, we now have fantastic growth room for our sizeable technology and development teams.”

With over 2.2 million SIM subscriptions enabling secure communication for connected devices across the M2M and IoT spheres, Wireless Logic is Europe’s unrivalled market leader. Beyond mobile connectivity, the Group provides satellite, fixed line and low power radio solutions together with a suite of infrastructure and
platform services.

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