The move will enable Wireless Logic to expand its global IoT network
Global IoT connectivity platform provider Wireless Logic has struck an MVNO deal with BT Wholesale.
The move will enable Wireless Logic to strengthen its global IoT network, by combining its own ‘built for IoT’ global network with coverage of EE’s mobile network.
This will enable the firm to offer future proof mobile connectivity for businesses that want to deploy fleets of IoT devices in the UK.
Wireless Logic customers will gain access to BT Group’s investments as part of the deal, which includes EE’s 4G and 5G network, with the latter to be switched on from next year for Wirleess Logic customers.
Wireless Logic CEO Oliver Tucker said: “For more than a decade, we’ve enjoyed a strong working relationship with BT as they have continued to invest in networks and services to support the UK’s digital future.
“We’re now hugely excited to build on this partnership by offering our customers in the UK and beyond, the long term security of access to EE’s award winning services through our own ‘built for IoT’ global network.
BT Wholesale managing director Alex Tempest added: “With IoT spending expected to grow over 24 percent this year, our new partnership with Wireless Logic for its ‘built for IoT’ network sets us both at the forefront of IoT innovation.”