Telcel, GE Security, and Numerex Join Forces to Expand Wireless Security Monitoring Capabilities to Mexico
Mexico's largest mobile phone carrier to use GE Security's alarm monitoring panel and Numerex's Machine-to-Machine (M2M) technology under Telcel brand
This collaborative undertaking combines distinct attributes from each company: the quality of the GE hardware; the effectiveness of the Telcel distribution footprint and wireless network; and the M2M integration expertise of Numerex. The new product offering is scheduled to launch in late April 2009 and will eliminate the requirement of a traditional phone line for alarm monitoring, rendered useless when traditional lines are cut or out of service. GE, Telcel and Numerex believe that this service will result in a more reliable alarm connection to local Mexican central stations and a greater degree of safety to the subscribers of the service.
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