Partnership focuses on delivering global wireless connectivity for IoT Solutions
SAN ANTONIO, TX., March 14, 2019 – Globalgig, orchestrating hyperconnectivity with a suite of wireless, mobility, voice and managed network solutions, is expanding its Internet of Things (IoT) channel program in the U.S. with the signing a new channel partner, Cellular & Satellite. Expanding the IoT partner channel is a key growth strategy for Globalgig and the partnership with Cellular & Satellite will focus on aggressively pursuing strategic and global business relationships in the IoT market.
The increasing demand for real-time data from IoT devices requires the ubiquitous coverage and uninterrupted data access from wireless connections. As a global MVNO (mobile virtual network operator), Globalgig can provide wireless connectivity to more than 200 countries on one SIM card, simplifying communications and application deployment for IoT partners. Additionally, Globalgig partners have immediate access to its API-based Orchestra platform for intelligent device and data management. With single-pane-of-glass management, Orchestra gives partners the ability to easily manage data plan subscriptions, usage, billing, and location data for each individual SIM.
With this partnership, Cellular & Satellite can now incorporate Globalgig’s wireless service in developing comprehensive and innovative solutions for supervisory control and data acquisition systems (SCADA), machine-to-machine (M2M) and IoT applications. “Cellular & Satellite is a well-established player in the IoT space with an entrenched customer base. The principals of Cellular & Satellite have a 40-year track record of success building communication networks for SCADA, M2M, and IoT solutions,” said Ernest Cunningham, CEO of Globalgig. “They bring not only extensive application knowledge, but also an impressive ecosystem of partners.”
“Cellular & Satellite is honored to be an IoT agent for Globalgig and we look forward to much mutual success,“ said Greg Berlocher, CEO of Cellular & Satellite. “Globalgig has demonstrated the ability to create an IoT vision, articulate it, and then drive it to completion with unique data plans crafted specifically for IoT customers. Their multi-carrier SIMs and dual-carrier data plans significantly simplify the deployment of large IoT networks.”
Visit Globalgig and Cellular & Satellite at the Entelec Conference & Expo, April 23-25, 2019
Globalgig and Cellular & Satellite will be exhibiting at the Entelec Conference & Expo on April 23-25, 2019, in booth 514. To schedule a meeting or to find out more about the partnership and solutions offered, contact Greg Casey, Globalgig EVP IOT and Strategic Accounts at [email protected], Jason Celaya, Globalgig SVP of Strategic Partnerships at [email protected] or Craig Berlocher, CEO Cellular & Satellite at [email protected].
Globalgig orchestrates hyperconnectivity for global enterprise customers using managed communications solutions. With a suite of wireless, mobility, voice and managed network solutions, Globalgig gives businesses of all sizes seamless connectivity for offices and mobile employees world-wide. Globalgig’s patented multi-IMSI SIM technology provides local wireless connectivity in 200-plus countries, enabling secure and uninterrupted data access across geographic borders, diverse communications technologies and disparate devices and all orchestrated through end-to-end managed services. Globalgig is a registered brand of iGEM Communications Holdings LLC, which does business as Globalgig. Globalgig is headquartered in San Antonio, Texas, with offices across the U.S., and in London and Sydney.
About Cellular and Satellite
Cellular & Satellite offers a comprehensive range of wireless data connectivity options for businesses. Cellular & Satellite specializes in crafting network solutions for IoT applications, no matter how remote the location, or how harsh the environment may be. Cellular & Satellite works with manufacturers of IoT gateways and wireless routers, IT integrators, and industrial automation companies. To learn more, visit www.cellularandsatellite.com