CSL Announce Partnership With Comelit-PAC

Comelit-PAC choose CSL as their Access Control Critical Connectivity provider.

Comelit-PAC selected CSL for their strong commitment to Installers and fully managed service.

CSL's IoT SIMs will now be used to ensure Comelit-PAC's 4G PAC & GDX LTE site routers have a reliable and secure connection for their access control systems.

These roaming, fixed and mobile IP SIMs provide Comelit-PAC with an ideal connectivity solution, whilst also allowing them to access their control panels remotely through an encrypted APN. This saves time, cost, and resources, whilst providing the peace of mind that their security systems can always be monitored.

Comelit-PAC selected CSL for their strong commitment to Installers and fully managed service. With CSL's support, Comelit-PAC is geared up to excel in the transactional space, delivering unmatched services to its customers. 

Steve Riley, Division Director of Comelit-PAC, commented: "Trust is paramount in the digital landscape. We've chosen CSL as our Access Control connectivity partner because they embody the highest standards of reliability and security. This partnership marks a significant step forward for us, and we're beyond excited to bring our customers the benefits of this collaboration. Stay tuned for more updates as we embark on this incredible journey with CSL by our side!"

Steve is pitched above alongside CSL's Sales Director, Rob Evans. 

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CSL was founded by Simon Banks in 1996, as a UK alarm signalling provider. Today, we have over 2 million managed connections supporting mission-critical IoT applications across Europe, and we are continuing to grow and innovate.
We connect, manage and secure the Internet of Things. The world of Critical Connectivity is ever changing. We're constantly developing, evolving and transforming our platforms and services to bring our customers more powerful connected solutions.


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