DataXoom Extends Custom Mobile Data Plans and Unique Billing Capabilities to Resellers and Channel Partners

New Customized 4G and LTE Mobile Data SolutionsNow Available Across the Three Largest U.S. Wireless Networks

Berkeley, CA. December 17, 2015 – DataXoom Corp., the first value-added wholesale provider of mobile data services for businesses, today announced the launch of new mobile data plans for its Channel Program, designed to provide Distributors, Value-Added Resellers, and other Channel Partners with an opportunity to earn recurring commissions on their customer’s mobile device connections.

CRN: “AT&T Partners Weigh In On Carrier’s Program Additions”

AT&T took the "everything is bigger in Texas" trope to heart this week, promoting five of its latest program additions for channel partners at the second annual AT&T Partner Exchange Summit in Dallas. Based on feedback from its solution provider partners, the latest offerings are all aimed to help partners build their recurring revenue streams and bring more value to their end-customer relationships

DataXoom Collaborates With Pristine And AT&T Partner Exchange, Provides Reliable Data Services for Businesses Rolling Out Wearable Tech

The new relationship ensures reliable, high-bandwidth 4G/LTE connectivity between enterprise teams collaborating and communicating through mobile and wearable technology

Berkeley, CA. October 1, 2015 – Mobile data services reseller DataXoom announced today the expansion of its established AT&T Partner Exchange℠ relationship by adding leading video communications provider Pristine to its ecosystem.

VentureBeat: “IoT could demand a whole new, dedicated network – here’s why”

Today, most networked appliances on the Internet of Things (IoT) are not too demanding from a bandwidth perspective. Often they just share simple data that only require a few bytes to transfer from one device to another. For example, a sensor may update a computer with a machine’s current fuel efficiency, or the temperature of a commercial refrigeration unit – and, in network terms, this doesn’t add up to much traffic.