RACO Wireless announces M2M partnerships at CTIA

RACO Wireless (Cincinnati, Ohio, U.S.A.), a provider of machine-to-machine (M2M) connectivity, announced four partnerships at the CTIA Enterprise and Applications show in San Diego, California. 


The first partnership announced by RACO Wireless was with Aeris Communications Inc. (San Jose, Calif., U.S.A.), a cellular carrier for M2M applications.  Aeris offers CDMA coverage throughout North America, as well as GSM coverage through T-Mobile.


RACO Wireless has also teamed up with Everything Everywhere (London, England), the company that runs T-Mobile and Orange, to provide customers with access to its network for international operations.  According to RACO, this partnership allows for a “one-stop shop” for connectivity in the U.S., U.K. and European markets.


The remaining partnerships include two telematics companies, Teletrac Inc (Garden Grove, Calif., U.S.A.) and Geotab (Oakville, Ontario).  Through these partnerships, RACO Wireless will support M2M connectivity and SIM management for both companies’ fleet and vehicle tracking services.


Other announcements RACO Wireless made at the CTIA Enterprise and Applications show include RACO Wireless providing the M2M backbone for companies VehSmart and Securus (Dallas, Texas, U.S.A.).


VehSmart, a telematics company, provides GPS-enabled telematics throughout the automotive industry, as well as personal devices for consumers.  VehSmart systems include two-way communication of location, driving status, auto systems, and safety and security information.


With Securus, RACO is providing the backbone for eCare+Voice, a medical alert communication locator.  This product is designed to assist seniors by allowing emergency communication in the event that something happens and no one is around to assist them.

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