LeadingQuest, a telecommunications company specializing in machine-to-machine (M2M) communications and IP telephony, recently announced an agreement with Link Solutions LTDA through the former’s affiliate Parlacom LTDA.
Link Solutions LTDA, a distributor of M2M services in the Brazilian market, will offer its customers the access to Parlacom M2M Services Platform which powers M2M applications across a number of industries. A carrier ready, proven system, the platform is serving thousands of customers, from large retailers to small companies providing GPS tracking services, sales automation, security systems, payment gateways and many other services.
“This agreement allows Link Solutions to offer our customers access to the Parlacom M2M network and to advanced tools for 3G, 4G and GPRS data and traffic control and mobile device management,” said Alexandro de Araujo, CEO, Link Solutions. “LeadingQuest and Parlacom’s industry expertise and support model provides our customers with the most innovative method for leveraging the power of M2M connectivity to develop new avenues of revenue."
“Mobile connectivity is driving M2M growth in Brazil, in industries such as healthcare, fleet tracking, security monitoring and payment processing. Our partnership with Link Solutions will help expand the use of the Parlacom M2M Services Platform across South America,” said Clovis Lacerda, CEO of LeadingQuest.
LeadingQuest also offers M2M 3G VPN services, an ideal package for customers of Telemetry, Tracking, Asset Security, and POS systems. The VPN tunnels managed by LeadingQuest establish data communication between mobile operators and customers, making the data traffic flow in a controlled, secure manner via VPN (virtual private network). The platform offers complete control of SIM card management and VPN connections for every 3G handset, traffic control, monitoring and management in real time. Additional services include SMPP 3.3 and 3.4 interconnection services for 2-way messaging; LeadingQuest-owned and managed SMS Short Code inventory and provisioning; SMS Application testing and pre-network simulation platform services options; Inter-Carrier SMS message routing including use of Virtual Number services.
Edited by Brooke Neuman