Wireless Logic snaps up connectivity MSP Blue Wireless

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Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity platform provider Wireless Logic has announced the acquisition of Blue Wireless, a Singapore-based global service provider of LTE and 5G wireless connectivity solutions.

The move strengthens Wireless Logic’s geographical reach across both the Asia Pacific region and US, as well as enhances its product and service offering around fixed wireless access.

Singapore-headquartered Blue Wireless was founded in late 2015 as an enterprise WAN solutions provider and has since expanded its capabilities to become the first provider of fixed wireless access services on a global scale.

The company now has a team of 70 professionals operating across its six offices in Asia Pacific, Europe, and the US, providing 24/7 managed network connectivity for businesses across a range of industries – including energy, retail, logistics, as well as the maritime sector.

That includes fixed-price LTE and 5G connectivity in more than 50 countries, underpinned by speed guarantees and service SLAs, which the firm says makes it an “ideal underlay alternative” for SD-WAN deployments.

Post-acquisition, Blue Wireless says it will continue to deliver its solutions to the enterprise, now backed by Wireless Logic’s mobile IoT networking expertise.


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“With the support of Wireless Logic, we will be able to accelerate our innovation and connectivity roadmap to benefit our customers and teams around the world, supporting new use cases while maintaining our hands-on service culture,” said Ivan Landen, CEO at Blue Wireless.

Wireless Logic’s IoT connectivity platform is designed to simplify and automate IoT management for any device, in any location. With more than 10 million IoT subscriptions active in 165 countries and direct partnerships with 50 mobile networks, the company said it provides reach into more than 750 networks worldwide.

Ultimately, the platform provides a single window to securely connect and manage assets across any network, working to simplify customers’ supply chains, accelerate time to market, as well as lowering total cost of ownership (TCO).

The company has also made several significant moves to increase its capabilities and routes to market over the last couple of years, with the addition of Blue Wireless following last year’s acquisitions of IoThink Solutions, Mobius Networks, and Jola.

“We are hugely excited to announce our ninth acquisition in two years, as we continue to strengthen our global footprint and routes to market through the global service provider channel,” said Oliver Tucker, CEO at Wireless Logic.

“We welcome the talented Blue Wireless team and look forward to setting new standards in the connectivity marketplace.”

Daniel Todd

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