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February 12, 2007

Llamawerx Wins First M2M Agreement

RALEIGH, NC – Llamawerx announces the first contract for their recently formed machine-to-machine (M2M) group. Llamawerx will provide software development and integration services for a next-generation asset management application. “Initially, we’ll be integrating Wavecom’s wireless module with a GPS receiver,” says Doug Griswold, Llamawerx’s CEO. “Then, we’ll see where it goes from there. Our client’s roadmap contains several projects that we plan to be involved with.”

Over the past year, North Carolina’s Research Triangle Park gained worldwide attention in the M2M marketplace. First, Sony Ericsson sold their M2M business unit to Wavecom along with Wavecom’s decision to locate their American operations in RTP. And in September, Telit opened an office in Morrisville. “RTP has been a leader in wireless communications for years,” said Griswold. “Ericsson, Nortel, Qualcomm, they’re major players traditionally focused on human-to-human communications. Now we’re seeing a new set of companies focusing on the new growth segment – machine to machine communications.”

“By building relationships with hardware leaders, we’re looking to extend our software services to their clients,” said Griswold. “The market has some great ideas for this new generation of modules. Everyone’s learning to listen to their customers and remain focused on what they do best. We bring personal service, flexibility and experience to the table. Plus, we’re always on the lookout for opportunities our clients can exploit.”

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Llamawerx is a client-driven consulting firm founded in 2003 providing consulting, software development, business analysis, mentoring and training services. Locally or globally, our strength is the ability to bring software from concept to reality, rapidly and reliably. For more information, visit www.llamawerx.com or call (919) 863-4336.

Posted by Doug Griswold at February 12, 2007 04:26 PM