SIMCom Wireless Solutions

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SIMCom Wireless Solutions
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IndustryMachine to Machine communications telecommunications
Founded 📆Shanghai, China (1986)
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Number of employees
🌐 Websitewww.simcom.com
📇 Address
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M2M-Developerkit with Simcom G2-Modem

SIMCom Wireless Solutions is a subsidiary of SIM Technology Group Ltd (stock code: 2000. H.K). It is a fast-growing[citation needed] wireless M2M company, designing and offering a variety of wireless modules based on GSM/GPRS/EDGE, WCDMA/HSDPA and TD-SCDMA technical platforms

By partnering with third parties, SIMCom Wireless provides customized design solutions in M2M, WLL, Mobile Computing, GPS and other applications. SIMCom Wireless also provides ODM services for customers.[1]

According to ABI Insight report, SIMCom Cellular Module was number two provider of wireless modules worldwide in 2008 with 20% acquisition of global market share.[citation needed]

On 20 January 2017 u-blox announced an asset deal with Shanghai-based SimTech Group Company Ltd. that will give u-blox control over the company’s cellular modem products (known as SIMCom Wireless), patents and know-how, R&D and sales staff, and customer base.[2]

History[edit]

2002
Founded and started the R&D of a wireless module

2003
Launched first module into the market

2005
Launched GSM/GPRS module SIM300
First million units shipped
Group Company Listed on stock exchange of Hong Kong (2000.HK) [3]

2006
Launched first telematic module, SIM300C & GSM/GPRS+GPS Combo module SIM508

2007
Launched WCDMA/HSDPA module SIM5210, lead in Asia
Listed on “the 2008 M2M 100” [4]

2008
Launched EDGE module SIM700
First 10 million units shipped
Number two shipment vendor worldwide
Listed on “the 2009 M2M 100”[3]

2009
Launched HSPA/WCDMA Module SIM5215/SIM5216
GSMA Award for best low-bandwidth 3G module SIM5215[5]
Launched new GSM/GPRS module SIM900 series
Listed on “the 2010 M2M 100” [4]

Application[edit]

SIMCom’s wireless modules have been applied in:[6]

  • Automotives
  • Telematics
  • Security
  • Tracking and tracing
  • Auto meter reading
  • Industrial automation
  • Payment
  • Healthcare
  • Others


References[edit]

  1. [1]
  2. "u-blox acquires SIMCom cellular module product line". u-blox. January 20, 2017.
  3. [2]
  4. 4.0 4.1 [3]
  5. "SIMCom Wins GSMA Module Competition_财经_凤凰网". finance.ifeng.com.
  6. [4]


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