DUBLIN, Ireland, INGOLSTADT, Germany & SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. (May 6, 2015) Cubic Telecom, a global Machine to Machine (M2M) connectivity platform provider, today announced that it has secured a 18 million co-investment from Audi Electronics Venture GmbH (AEV), a subsidiary of AUDI AG focused on investing in innovative technologies, and Qualcomm Incorporated (QCOM), a world leader in 3G, 4G and next-generation wireless technologies.
AEV and Qualcomm have invested in Cubics leading cloud-based machine-to-machine (M2M) platform. AEV will join existing investors Sierra Wireless, ACT Venture Capital, TPS Investment Limited and Enterprise Ireland.
The Irish Independent adds:
The company, run by entrepreneurs Barry Napier and Gerry McQuaid, also recently struck a deal last week with Digicel, the mobile operator run by businessman Denis O’Brien across the Caribbean, Central America and Asia Pacific. The deal will see Cubic’s technology used to allow ‘machine-to-machine’ communications across Digicel’s 33 markets.
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