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Stream Technologies will provide US customers with M2M and IoT connectivity solutions

• Stream enters the Verizon Partner Program to serve customers in the USA
• Services will offer solutions for Internet of Things (IoT) and machine- to- machine (M2M)

Mobile World Congress, Barcelona - Stream Technologies today announces its entry into the Verizon Partner Program to serve customers in the USA. Stream’s partnership with Verizon will provide unrivalled levels of network connectivity monitoring.

Stream Technologies will provide US customers with M2M and IoT connectivity solutions. Stream offers several LTE solutions within IoT and M2M - including digital media and business continuity – for customers seeking robust and profitable connectivity services.

Stream will activate Verizon’s 4G LTE mobile communications standard that is used across the USA. The network has deployed similar backhaul architecture in the past and is already renowned for its high quality service levels in Europe.

Stream’s leading connectivity management platform, IoT-X, will be available for use by Stream enterprise clients. IoT-X provides multi network technology capability in one comprehensive platform, providing unrivalled levels of network connectivity monitoring.

Nigel Chadwick, CEO of Stream Technologies, commented, “By partnering with Verizon, we can now offer unrivalled connectivity solutions for IoT and M2M applications with a global footprint including significant US coverage or for US deployments. The combination of Stream Technologies’ IoT-X management platform and Verizon’s comprehensive and reliable network will enable reliable and effective IoT applications in the US and globally.”

Stream Technologies is exhibiting at Mobile World Congress 2016. Hall 7, 7C18.


About Stream Technologies

Stream Technologies, which is a contributing member of the LoRa Alliance, is providing its world-leading IoT-X connectivity management platform to enhance the commercial capability LoRa networks. IoT-X provides carrier-grade subscription management, detailed device analysis, connection status, network monitoring, billing, and a super resilient backhaul infrastructure to provide a virtual state of network representation all from the same environment. IoT-X can access data from any IoT device irrespective of technology; it is simply a unique endpoint making data and connection type transparent to the network operator – cellular, satellite, or LoRaWAN technologies. This enables LoRa network to access alternative forms of connectivity to complement its LoRaWAN network.

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Chris Bignell
XL Communications
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