X-TELIA seals a pact to spread its wings around the world
Le Journal de Quebec 26 Jan. 2022
AGENCE QMI | X-TELIA, a Quebec-based company specializing in the Internet of Things (IOT), announced yesterday a partnership with the American wireless network Helium.
This partnership between the two companies will expand the reach of X-TELIA's IOT network in Canada, the United States and around the world.
"As more and more devices are deployed, the need for an IOT network with ubiquitous and uninterrupted coverage on a global scale becomes important. This is why the partnership between X-TELIA and the Helium wireless network makes sense," reads a statement.
BILLIONS OF OBJECTS
The number of connected objects is expected to reach over 25.4 billion devices by 2030.
"At X-TELIA, we know that IOT technology allows our customers to achieve new levels of control and efficiency and we have made it our mission to make it available to industries, businesses and cities across Canada," said Eric Bourbeau, co-founder and CEO of X-TELIA, noting that the partnership with Helium will allow its customers to track fleets and assets on a global scale.
"As we continue to develop the world's largest decentralised wireless network, we are proud to partner with companies like X-TELIA whose commitment to expanding access to IOT connectivity resonates with our mission. We are delighted to welcome X-TELIA and its roaming customers to the Helium network," said Amir Haleem, co-founder and CEO of Helium, adding that democratising Internet access remains the company's core mission.
X-TELIA is a Quebec-based technology company specializing in Internet of Things and LoRaWAN solutions. It supports companies and cities that want to deploy wireless applications based on highly secure, low-cost and low-power long-range connectivity. X-TELIA offers the Quebec market solutions that have been proven elsewhere in the world, as well as leading-edge expertise to facilitate the shift to the Internet of Things. X-TELIA also operates a next-generation wireless network dedicated to the Internet of Things, specifically designed to support new applications that make cities smarter, industry more efficient and citizens safer.