Pervacio relocates Finnish hub to acclaimed IoT campus

By March 26, 2018Uncategorized

To keep pace with its rapid European expansion, mobiledevice solutions specialist Pervacio has relocated its Finnish development hub to the Salo IoT Campus.

Having originally established a regional base in Turku, Finland in 2015, Pervacio has moved its operation to Salo’s prominent IoT knowledge center to take full advantage of the synergies it offers in respect of equipment development, networks, business partners and collaborators.

Pervacio’s Finland Director Ari-Pekka Luoma says: “When it comes to IoT knowhow, the Salo IoT Campus excels. This move puts Pervacio at the heart of its network of fast-growing technology businesses and we intend to make the most of opportunities to work with a wide range of specialists in IoT.

“The Campus also gives us access to the talented software developers andprogrammerswe’re looking to recruit as we expand our operation across Scandinavia and Europe.”

Incorporating 90,000 m2of modern and versatile space for offices, research, training and production under one roof, the Salo IoT Campus is creating an ecosystem of companies, educational establishments and scholars working within IoT.

Ari-Pekka continues: “We’re delighted to join KPMG and a raft of exciting tech businesses, including Microsoft Mobile, Canon, Nokia, TNS Mobile and telecoms firm Saloxcomat the Salo IoT Campus, which is fast becoming recognized as a major knowledge/skills base and is already home to more than 50 companies.”

Pervaciooriginally set up a facility in Finland to providelocal program management and certification services plus a call centre to support customers inDenmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland and Iceland. Now, its Finnish subsidiary is actively engaged in product development, including the evolution of the company’s automation capabilities and its next generation robotics solution.

As well as Pervacio, Salo IoT Campus has this month welcomed a number of international and Finnish companies involved in ICT, finance and health. The facility’s managing director, Jukka Vakula, believes that the multidisciplinary excellence this mix of specialisms brings to the Campus will help to further strengthen its growing community.

Pervacio’s patented productsare used by the world’s largest mobile device manufacturers and carriers. Purpose-designed to support companies operating in the forward and reverse supply of mobile and smart electronic devices and consumer markets, its solutions enable these businesses to simplify, centralize and speed up their operations whilst cutting costs.