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Vodafone, Cinterion Get Closer for M2MVodafone, Cinterion Get Closer for M2M

Vodafone steps up activities in the M2M growth market

March 1, 2010

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Vodafone, Cinterion Get Closer for M2M

DUSSELDORF and HANOVER, Germany -- Integrated communication services provider Vodafone and Cinterion, market leader in wireless modules, have extended their M2M communication partnership. M2M is the automated exchange of information between machines or vehicles. The objective of the strategic alliance between the two companies is to take advantage of growth in the M2M market and the diversity of M2M applications. Vodafone and Cinterion want to give their customers added value and deliver targeted products and services that help them to considerably shorten their product development process.

"Thanks to the partnership with Cinterion and the fact that we've been able to pool our two companies' core competences, we can respond promptly to specific customer requirements and quickly develop products to the market launch stage," explained Oliver Jung, Head of Department for M2M at Vodafone Germany. Vodafone and Cinterion are planning to considerably enlarge their collective product range to include products such as industrially manufactured SIM chips with Cinterion modules, for example. Their close partnership also extends to the areas of marketing and sales.

Vodafone Group plc (NYSE: VOD)

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