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Das Connected World Magazine würdigt Fargo Telecom Holding als eines der Top-Unternehmen für M2M und Verbindungsgeräte

Fargo Telecom Holding und seine Schwestergesellschaft Maestro Wireless Solutions wurden als eines der Top-Unternehmen ausgewählt, die am Markt über eine beträchtliche Zugkraft verfügen und mit ihren Technologien im Bereich der Konnektivität auch 2013 wieder neue Maßstäbe setzen. Maestro Wireless Solutions nimmt im M2M-Geschäftssegment eine Führungsrolle ein. Dazu gehören der Vertrieb eines breiten Spektrums von intelligenten Gateways, Tracker und GPS-Empfangsgeräten durch ein internationales Netz aus Vertreibern und Wiederverkäufern. Auch bedient sich das Unternehmen im Bereich der Konnektivität und vertikalen Lösungen eines ständig wachsenden Ökosystems aus Partnern, um M2M-Systemintegratoren und -Lösungsanbietern Dienstleistungen aus einer Hand zur Verfügung stellen zu können.

Diese Auszeichnung gilt auch den erstklassigen Design- und Produktionslösungen von Maestro Wireless Solutions für den M2M-Markt. Im vergangenen Jahr hat Maestro Wireless Solutions im Geschäftssegment Tier 1 tätige M2M-Unternehmen bei der Entwicklung von anwendungsspezifischen M2M-Gateways und Zubehörteilen begleitet und auf diese Weise zur Markteinführung von maßgeschneiderten vertikalen Lösungen beigetragen.

„Dies ist eine Bestätigung unserer seit 2010 implementierten Strategie. Wir haben unsere Expansionsstrategie durch Übernahmen und Partnerschaften vorangetrieben, um mehr Elemente der Wertkette bedienen zu können. Heute verfügen wir über eine starke Präsenz im Bereich der Telematics, der Messgeräte und der industriellen Automatisierung“, so der Kommentar von Bertrand Goubault de Brugiere, General Manager von Maestro Wireless Solutions. „Die Investitionen von Telefields International Investment in die Fargo Telecom Holding werden dazu beitragen, dass wir noch weiter wachsen können: Im Bereich des M2M-Marktes wollen wir Produktionsdienstleistungen für Elektronik anbieten und damit noch mehr Elemente der Wertkette abdecken“.

„Die CW 100-Liste ist eine einmalige Momentaufnahme und bildet die maßgeblichen Akteure und treibenden Kräfte für das M2M-Segment und den Markt für Verbindungsgeräte der Gegenwart ab“, erklärt Peggy Smedley, Editorial Director, Connected World Magazine. „Wichtiger ist vielleicht noch, dass das Redaktionsteam und sein Beratungsgremium in diesem Jahr 100 Unternehmen ausgewählt haben, mit denen Sie unserer Meinung nach 2013 Geschäfte tätigen möchten“.

Die CW 100-Liste wird seit 2003 veröffentlicht und ist das ultimative Verzeichnis für die wichtigsten und einflussreichsten Anbieter von M2M- und verbundenen Geräten. Diese Liste enthält die Top-Unternehmen, die nach Auffassung der Redakteure von Connected World und ihrem Beratungsgremium über beträchtliche Zugkraft am Markt verfügen und mit ihren Technologien im Bereich der Konnektivität neue Maßstäbe setzen.

Die in die CW 100-Liste aufgenommenen Unternehmen werden aus einem Pool von Hunderten von privaten und öffentlich gehandelten Unternehmen ausgewählt. Zu den Kriterien für die Auswahl gehören Umsätze und Gewinnwachstum, der Beitrag zum Marktsegment der Verbindungsgeräte sowie die Innovationsstärke auf verschiedenen Märkten in den vergangenen zwölf Monaten. Die CW 100-Liste 2013 sowie ausführliche Hintergrundberichte werden in der November-/Dezember-Ausgabe von Connected World veröffentlicht.

ÜberMaestro Wireless Solutions

Maestro Wireless Solutions, eine Tochtergesellschaft der Fargo Telecom Holding in Hongkong, bietet ein umfassendes Portfolio von drahtlosen Lösungen und Integrationsdienstleistungen für die M2M- und Industrie-Märkte. Das Unternehmen verfügt über 13 Jahre Erfahrung im Segment der drahtlosen Kommunikation und hat sich mit seinem Know-how auf die Technologien GSM/GPRS/3G, CDMA sowie GPS spezialisiert. Maestro Wireless Solutions stellt seinen Kunden effiziente, hochverlässliche gebrauchsfertige und leicht zu nutzende drahtlose Lösungen zur Verfügung. Das Unternehmen mit Sitz in Hongkong verfügt durch sein Netz aus lokalen Vertriebsunternehmen und Partnern über eine weltweite Präsenz. Mit seinem 400 K-Modem ist es in über 40 Ländern vertreten. Weitere Informationen unter www.maestro‐wireless.com

Über das Connected World Magazine

Connected World steht für unsere sich kontinuierlich wandelnde, schnelllebige Haltung zu den Technologien für Arbeit und Freizeit. Jede Ausgabe enthält eine große Zahl unverzichtbarer anregender Ideen für die neuesten Geräte und Apps, mit denen Sie auf Stand bleiben und die Verbindung zu Familie, Freunden und Kollegen halten.

Unabhängig davon, ob Sie die neuesten Verbindungsgeräte und Anwendungen suchen oder neugierig sind auf die Innovationen der Branche: All dies finden Sie auf den Seiten von Connected World. www.connectedworldmag.com

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