HONG KONG: CSL, Hong Kong’s leading provider of mobile services, and Jasper Wireless, the market leading connected devices platform for machine to machine (M2M) and consumer electronics, have announced a strategic agreement to connect and support a host of emerging enterprise and consumer devices.
This partnership sees Jasper Wireless provide CSL with its software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform, offering the necessary tools to eliminate the complexity associated with profitably connecting and managing new devices. Collaborating with Jasper Wireless enables CSL to offer advanced automation and control features across existing M2M verticals and enter into the lucrative connected device market through its premium and corporate brand, 1O1O.
“At CSL, we are dedicated to enhancing customer experience and driving the latest innovations in technology,” said Paul Hodges, executive VP Corporate, Wholesale and International at CSL. “Jasper’s comprehensive knowledge of global device manufacturers – their needs, their language and their challenges – offers our customers the necessary tools to build and grow a connected device business.
“The Jasper Wireless platform offers us the necessary automation to enable plug-and-play simplicity, offering seamless connectivity straight out of the box to ensure customers receive a superior user experience, offered by our 1O1O brand.”
Jasper Wireless’ highly configurable platform offers automation of operational processes, including custom device provisioning, instant activation, real-time diagnostic tools and detailed billing and usage reports, to ensure customers benefit from an enhanced user experience.
“As the uptake of consumer electronics and M2M devices continues to rise, it is imperative that operators work to discover the right business model to suit each individual demographic,” said Cindy Patterson, executive VP worldwide sales at Jasper Wireless. “We are delighted to partner with CSL, across its expansive network, to ensure its 1O1O customers benefit from superior end-user experience, at the lowest total cost of operation.”