Wireless Logic Group distributes Encore routers

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Wireless Logic Group has signed a strategic agreement with Encore Networks, allowing the M2M and IoT provider to distribute Encore’s 4G LTE routers.

The hardware will be sold via Wireless Logic Group's hardware offshoot, Nucleus Networks, and means Encore can tap into the company's extensive customer network, opening up new opportunities for the manufacturer.

Together, the companies will offer a wide range of vertical packages combining hardware and services via an opex-based monthly cost structure, which will be distributed by Wireless Logic's direct channel team. It will also integrate Encore’s enCloud management platform into its SIMPro cloud-based SIM control platform, aiming to give customers better visibility of their router activity.

“I am excited to align Encore Networks with a company as experienced and with such market-leading presence as Wireless Logic Group," Peter Madsen, president of Encore Networks said. "As Europe’s premier IoT connectivity platform provider, Wireless Logic Group offers a smarter approach to the challenges of M2M and IoT, as they understand every application has its own unique requirements.

"This vision gives Wireless Logic customers the confidence to know that they have access to the widest range of services and the most highly-specialised products available.”

Encore's routers are the perfect partner to Wireless Logic's M2M and IoT connectivity portfolio, offering connectivity for large-scale solutions such as Digital Signage, Business Continuity/Failover, Video Surveillance, Point-of-Sale and ATMs.

“Working with Encore allows our team to create highly competitive end-to-end solutions for 3G/4G primary/failover and rapid deployment," Jon-Paul Clarke, business development director of Wireless Logic Group, added.

"From office and retail to industrial and ruggedised environments, the addition of the Encore portfolio of routers will enable us to deliver more choice and value with the ability to roll-up mobile airtime and support into a single on-going monthly fee.”

Clare Hopping
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