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Seven world mobile operators, KPN, NTT Docomo, Rogers Communications, SingTel, Telefónica, through its Telefónica Digital unit, Telstra and Vimpelcom have entered into a memorandum of understanding to form an alliance to support a single, global platform that multinational businesses will leverage to enable connected devices in multiple countries. gsm hs

 

The goal of the alliance is to create efficiencies for manufacturers and enhance the end user experience by enabling delivery of a global product with a single SIM, eliminating roaming costs in the countries of participating operators.

 

The centralized management of SIM status and performance of M2M devices across the globe will be managed from a single web interface with Jasper Wireless' Control Center. Furthermore, the objectives of the alliance are to develop and grow M2M business globally, simplify development of new business models, speed delivery of new product and services to market and help multinational business customers better manage and reduce operational costs.

It is expected this initiative will increase the ability of all participating operators to enhance the M2M value proposition for their respective customers. The alliance members will continue to cooperate to develop the M2M market by enriching customer experiences to better meet the  needs and expectations of  global customers. The initiative is open to other operators.

-----Rogers Communications

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