Stockholm June 9, 2015. The Swedish alliance for IoT entrepreneurs continues to grow and welcomes Realtime Embedded, RTE. The alliance educates the market, promotes Sweden as a great place to look for IoT expertise and solutions and helps promoting the members to customers, partners and investors primarily abroad.
“Realtime Embedded has 15 years experience in helping companies develop embedded systems for advanced products“, says Magnus Melander, founder of SMSE. “They are a great fit to SMSE and represents an important type of company in the IoT echo system", continues Mr Melander.
Presentations and joint exhibitions at conferences and events are primary activities for SMSE. Most recently two of six selected scale-up IoT companies to present at Wi-Fi Global Congress in London are members in SMSE: Connode and Springworks. The next big event for SMSE is IoE For Real™ 2015 in Stockholm June 17 and the International IoT Get Together the night before.
The messages promoted by SMSE is that Data is the gold of IoT, Service Enablement is key to a prospering Internet of Things industry and need to be specialised in the increasingly competitive and international IoT market. After the most recent expansion the alliance has 41 members and 13 partners.
Members of Swedish M2M Service Enablers:
Kombridge, Springworks, Possio, Maingate, WSI, Episcope, Info24, Tritech, Infracontrol, Fridat, Vinnter, CSL Connect, Connode, Evothings, CNet, B3IT, FYM, Imagimob, H&D Wireless, Crossbreed, Combain, Shortcut Labs, Yanzi Networks, Roxen, April System Design, Watty, Clayster, KTC, Mowic, Exibea, Slagkryssaren, MicroTracking, Scypho, TalkPool, Trax (WTS), ShopJoy, Aifloo, IBaround, BitSim, Realtime Embedded and Wbird
Partners of Swedish M2M Service Enablers:
Tele2, Telenor Connexion, TeliaSonera, Net1, Business Sweden, Ericsson, Cisco Systems, Microsoft, Teracom, Intel, M2M Alliance, Swedish Mobile Association (SMA)
Swedish M2M Services Enablers (SMSE) is an alliance of Swedish start-up companies active in building the Internet of Everything (IoE). The purpose is to educate the market, to promote Sweden as a rich source of M2M/IoT/IoE solutions and expertise, and to promote the members internationally vis-à-vis potential customers, partners, influencers and investors. For more information please visitwww.swedishm2m.se or contact Magnus Melander,firstname.lastname@example.org or +46 70 230 72 51.