Sierra Wireless modems and software connect people all over the world with mobile broadband networks that keep them in touch, informed, and productive from wherever they need to be. In this global, high growth industry, Sierra Wireless aims to be a leader in wireless solutions by being cost effective, innovative and responsive to customers.
Founded in 1993, Sierra Wireless’s technical expertise has enabled the company to build highly successful products celebrated for innovation, quality, and reliability. The company was instrumental in developing some of the first wireless data devices and remains committed to developing new, innovative products and software for emerging network technologies.
Sierra Wireless offers a diverse product portfolio addressing enterprise, consumer, original equipment manufacturer, machine-to-machine, and specialized vertical industry markets, and provides professional services to customers requiring expertise in wireless design, integration, and carrier certification.
News on Sierra Wireless
Sierra Wireless has acquired Vancouver's In Motion Technology for $21 million in cash. The deal, which is expected to close in March, will see the companies' complementary product portfolios... more
As Sierra Wireless and Rogers were two of five Canadian M2M companies to be named to Connected World Magazine's top 100 most innovative M2M companies list last October, I have decided to showcase... more
Sierra Wireless announced yesterday that it is establishing three new business units - M2M Embedded Solutions, Mobile Computing, and Solutions & Services - to sharpen the company's focus on key... more
The BCTIA hosted their annual Technology Impacts Awards (TIAs) at the new Vancouver Convention Centre tonight and they were a sold-out affair. Sierra Wireless was named Company of the Year and... more
Vancouver's Sierra Wireless announced changes to their executive leadership team today as well as some "cost reduction initiatives" related to their acquistion and integration of Wavecom.... more
Sierra Wireless and Wavefront, the community-based commercialization center for B.C.’s 1,000 wireless and new media development companies, announced the winners of the Sierra Wireless –... more
Sierra Wireless, the maker of wireless data cards, and Wavecom S.A., the maker of machine-to-machine communications chips, announced today that the companies have reached a Memorandum of... more
Jason Cohenour, the President and CEO of Sierra Wireless, was on hand at the BCTIA's Techforum luncheon (held at the Sutton Place hotel in downtown Vancouver) to explain why his company is... more
On Tuesday November 18th, the British Columbia Technology Industries Association (BCTIA) hosts their next techforum event and this time around the speaker is Jason Cohenour, President and Chief... more
Via Seattle PI/John Cook, Seattle's Junxion has been acquired by Vancouver's Sierra Wireless in an asset sale. This is the second recent instance of an American tech company being bought north of... more