Tele2’s ever-expanding M2M division has signed up several new IoT partners in Benelux.

The operator has partnered with six local companies as it looks to bolster its presence in the region and broaden its M2M capabilities as a whole.

The new partners include system integrators RedSalt and Giant Leap Technologies, as well as MobileTrack, described as a specialist in Local Based Services and IoT solutions for the care and comfort, security and heavy industries markets.

Tele2 M2M has also joined forces with track and trace platform provider MultiCap as well as Service Cruiser, which provides field service outsourcing for IoT device vendors, integrators, service providers and retailers.

AVIC, a local IoT company specialising in “niche” solutions for various industries, is the final partner announced.

Rami Avidan, Commercial Director at Tele2 M2M, said: “By integrating and partnering with best of breed local partners in the region, we make sure that our customers get qualitative solutions tailored to their specific needs.

“Through our partnerships, we also make it simpler and quicker for the customers to roll-out the solutions in scale. The Benelux area is one of our focus regions, and these activities further increase our growth in the area”.

Tele2’s M2M partnering spree has seen the Sweden-based operator signing deals with Sigfox and Telit this year, as well as GPS company Spotter.

In May the operator launched its own IoT portal, which aggregates solutions from companies including Microsoft and ThingWorx.

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