The Spanish device maker and solution provider SAYME and the South-Korean module manufacturer Wisol signed the alliance during the Sigfox Operator Days in Paris. Internet of Things is a complex scenario with high potential of business that will face an exponential market growth in the three following years, predictably having its biggest impact of results in 2020.
In the IoT context, collaboration among companies is more necessary than ever, given the high specialization that solving complex problems requires. Big data, machine learning, mass-scale device manufacturing with very adjusted costs, enclosures customization, hardware and software design and development, IoT transversal software platforms, security and a large, etc.
“Thanks to our international partner ecosystem and our strategic alliance with Wisol, our vertical solutions for industry and smart cities are the best option in the IoT market, both for their quality and reliability and for their cost-benefit ratio,” said Alfonso Murat, President at SAYME.
Collaboration among companies’ success should be solved by means of a concentration of talent, knowledge, abilities, skills, experience and background. Those are now being concentrated in small and medium projects by innovative companies, that will make the way for the big companies of the future.
“Wisol starts to provide Sigfox-enabled modules to Sayme, Spain’s global sensor network solution service provider, and it is very proud of collaboration with Sayme as global Sigfox module provider,” said JinDuk, Kim, VP at Wisol. “Wisol will enforce business partnership with Sayme. As a global module partner of Sigfox, we are very excited about launching the competitive Sigfox module solutions ideal for the limitless IoT opportunity. We definitely sure our module solutions play the key role for lots of global Sigfox device makers adopting Sigfox solution very easily and quickly.”
The Spanish device maker and solution provider SAYME and the South-Korean module manufacturer Wisol signed an alliance during the Sigfox Operator Days in Paris, aiming to become the biggest high-quality LPWAN IoT solution maker with the best cost-benefit ratio of the market. The companies contribute to this union with their wide know-how and experience in their respective expertise areas: SAYME in the design and development of vertical IoT solutions, and WISOL -a worldwide leading manufacturer of electronic components- in the mass-scale high-quality electronic components manufacturing.
Tony Francesca, Vice President, Global Ecosystem Partners, said, “Sigfox keeps focusing on lowering the barriers to IoT mass adoption by working with the entire ecosystem, including all silicon and device partners. We are glad to see companies like Wisol and Sayme leveraging our out-of-the-box connectivity to overcome the cost challenges and make new solutions available that the global market requires”