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The ability to remotely maintain and control assets, buildings and
systems is transforming the way we do business.
If you're a developer interested in producing an integration project with a ready-to-use Vodafone SIM card, some of our existing Vodafone M2M Partners have produced some kits to help you.
Let us know if you're interested in any of the kits below from Intel, Sierra Wireless or Cinterion, by providing us with some basic information using this short form. We'll then get back to you.
Intel and Vodafone offer M2M developers an easy way of designing wireless M2M applications on GSM/Wifi/Zigbee with starter kits enabled by Intel's processor platforms and Vodafone's network and connectivity services.
Sierra Wireless development kit, combined with a Vodafone subscription, provides an easy to use environment for rapid development and testing of M2M applications.
Cinterion and Vodafone offer M2M Industrial developers a quick device integration based on connectivity enabled by Cinterion's robust modules and Vodafone's network.
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