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TMCNet:  Gurtam Competes for the Title of the Best M2M Platform for Service Providers

[January 23, 2013]

Gurtam Competes for the Title of the Best M2M Platform for Service Providers

TMCnet News
Wialon - Effective Fleet management; Global M2M Services; Reliable and Simple GPS tracking
Gurtam, the leading European developer of software for GPS tracking, fleet management and other M2M applications, announced today that it is going to take part in one of the main events in the world of M2M-technologies - M2M Evolution & Expo, which will be held from January 29 to February 1, 2013 in Miami Beach Convention Center, Miami Beach, Florida, as well as participate in the Battle of the Platforms, the pre-con event, representing an exciting opportunity to hear and see cutting edge platform solutions of leading software development companies from all over the world.
At the Battle of Platforms Gurtam will compete with many different companies from various countries of the world for the title of the Best Platform for Service Providers and will present Wialon family of products, as well as communicate significantly broadened opportunities and advantages of GPS tracking platforms Wialon Hosting, Wialon Pro and Wialon Kit to the large audience of professionals, including leading world experts in transportation, security and automobile manufacturing industry.
Machine-to-Machine technologies have changed greatly due to the common availability of wireless Internet technologies. In the result, currently the network platforms are replacing stand alone vertical-specific solutions. In addition, due to the cloud technology, making possible to deliver solutions across international boundaries, M2M solutions need no longer be carrier specific or geographically dependent. That's why we have seen the rise of platforms as a way to manage and deliver M2M solutions to a host of opportunities including transportation, logistics, telematics, medical, smart grid, cold chain, etc.
This pre-conference show, gathering independent M2M application developers, service providers, looking to support wholesale services, enterprise managers, trying to understand what solutions to deploy internally, as well as anyone who is interested in finding out what the current market can offer in the sphere of M2M network platforms, provides the access to an excellent cross section of solutions, in a short amount of time and all in one location. So, everybody interested in Wialon can appreciate the results of Gurtam developers work and to support the team during this intense contest. Aliaksei Shchurko, Gurtam General Manager, points out: "Wialon family of products is the ultimate playground for intelligent GPS tracking and other M2M applications. So, the network of companies who offer a range of M2M services with Wialon consists of over 550 companies in 60 countries all over the world. But we are not going to rest on the laurels, and our developers are fully committed to making our product better and better every day."

Edited by Brooke Neuman

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