Telular pilots world’s first LTE-M security device in the U.S. on AT&T’s network.
SkyBitz releases intermodal chassis tracking device with associated analytics.
SkyBitz releases world’s first global two-way communication ATEX certified tracking device.
Telular surpasses one million IoT subscribers in the Commercial Telematics and Security Markets.
Telular launches first complete line of residential, commercial and fire LTE alarm communicators.
Telular acquires three telematics firms, turning Reltima and GPS North America into SkyBitz Local Fleets and SMARTLogix into SkyBitz Petroleum Logistics.
Telguard launches the industry's first broadband communicator leveraging its unique pay-on-demand cellular backup technology, SafetyNet.
Telguard launches first line of CDMA Universal Alarm Communicators.
SkyBitz launches the trailer tracking industry's first SaaS program along with its InSight Trends and InSight Now Analytics platform.
Avista Capital Partners acquires Telular.
Telular acquires SkyBitz.
Telguard introduces the first line of 3G Cellular Alarm Communicators.
Telguard first to deliver UL Line Security Supervision over 3G/4G cellular networks.
Telular announces first self-install cellular communicator for Personal Emergency Response Systems (PERS).
Telular patents the first universal interactive solution for legacy alarm panels.
Telguard introduces the TG-7FS, the first universal communicator for commercial fire for sole path use.
TankLink launches first 3G Tank Monitoring Unit.
Telular acquires SupplyNet Solutions and creates TankLink.
Telular announces its first Telguard Digital product for residential use.
Telular announces its first Telguard Digital product for commercial use.
SkyBitz launched first satellite based tracking technology in 2002 (GLS).
Telular introduces its Telguard DataBurst and MicroBurst, with small packet data messaging service.
Telular enters the telephony fixed cellular terminal market with AMPS and digital TDMA products.
Initial Public Offering.
Telular acquires a manufacturer of wireless security devices and the Telguard brand emerges.
Telular acquires a key patent covering the concept of connecting standard alarm systems and telephones to cellular networks; US Patent No. 4,658,096.
Telular founded by Mr. William De Nicolo to establish an alternative to wireline security systems.