Cubic announces partnership with Digicel

Cubic Telecom, the leading global connected software provider to the automotive and IoT industries, has today announced a partnership with Digicel Group Limited, a leading mobile operator in the Caribbean, Central America and Asia Pacific.

Cubic provides seamless, global connectivity solutions to companies in the PC OEM and Automotive sectors. Global enterprise customers utilise Cubic’s end-to-end cloud based solution to quickly deploy and implement M2M services. Some of the world’s leading Fortune 100 brands including HP and Lenovo are already relying on this cloud based solution to help them deliver connectivity, management and monetization of M2M devices on a global basis.

Cubic’s strategy of providing global connectivity to enterprise customers is facilitated through partnerships with Tier 1 mobile operators on a global basis. The partnership with Digicel enables Cubic to leverage Digicel’s high speed data network across 33 markets ensuring that Cubic’s enterprise customers get a quality service, with seamless connectivity in region.

Digicel Group Director of International Business, Conor Clarke, said; “Digicel is delighted to partner with Cubic Telecom in this most progressive niche of the global telecoms industry. Digicel is always looking to work with true innovators like Cubic to bring the Internet of Things to life in the real world.”

“The partnership with Digicel is a very important step in our global network expansion” said Barry Napier, CEO of Cubic Telecom. “Our footprint is growing rapidly and partnering with Tier 1 operators like Digicel gives us a competitive edge that enables us to continue to provide proven M2M solutions to companies on a global basis”.

About Cubic Telecom

Cubic Telecom delivers innovative IoT connected software solutions to Automotive, Agriculture, and Transport manufacturers. Its ecosystem of revenue-generating services combines real-time analytics with global connectivity in 190 countries, always aligned to regional regulatory requirements.

Its global connected software platform PACE is used by leading companies around the world including Audi, Microsoft, Kymeta, Panasonic Automotive, Volkswagen, CNH Industrial, Skoda, e.GO Mobile and Arrival.

Headed by CEO Barry Napier, the company is privately held with over €110 million in funding by Audi Electronics Venture GmbH, Qualcomm, Valid, the European Investment Bank, Enterprise Ireland, and the Ireland Strategic Investment Fund, among others.

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