Uniserve Communications Corporation has entered into a Collaboration Agreement with Wavefront™ to provide its members with access to a variety of Uniserve Cloud Computing Services through the Uniserve Cloud Portal. In exchange for advantageous pricing models for Wavefront members coast to coast, Uniserve will be the ‘Preferred Cloud Provider” for the Wavefront community and will continue to support Wavefront via participation in, and sponsorship of, developer meetings, mash-ups and other events.
“Wavefront is a well-known national wireless accelerator with an international reputation for fostering new wireless technology start-ups and helping entrepreneurs bring products and services to market. Uniserve is extremely pleased to be a part of the Wavefront community”, said Uniserve CEO, Mike Schmidt.
Wavefront is the national centre of excellence for wireless commercialization accelerating the growth and success of wireless companies in Canada. Wavefront improves speed-to-market and delivery of mobile applications and wireless technologies by providing emerging companies with a suite of WaveGuide training, mobile industry advisory services, incubation services, testing resources and market linkages that facilitate commercial engagement with the mobile network and enterprise ecosystem companies around the world.
The Wavefront Accelerator Centre in downtown Vancouver provides 14,000 sq. feet of office amenities and top-notch IT infrastructure to start-up wireless entrepreneurs to create a motivational and collaborative support network that is critical in helping emerging enterprises.
“Wavefront has identified wireless Machine-to-Machine communications (M2M) as a key driver in the growth of the wireless knowledge-based sector, providing productivity improvements all across other key sectors such as health care, forestry, mining, manufacturing, etc. Partnering with Uniserve to provide M2M cloud computing needs is a key complementary aspect of our acceleration program” noted Alan Swain, VP of Wavefront’s Technology and Operations.