Digi adds mobile subscription management capabilities to iDigi Device Cloud

Digi International‘s newly announced incorporation of carrier subscription management capabilities into the iDigi® Device Cloud™ means that organisations can now create M2M applications, manage remote devices and oversee wireless subscriptions from one interface.

The iDigi Device Cloud supports wireless subscription management for AT&T, Verizon Wireless, Vodafone, Deutsche Telekom and Jasper Wireless. As part of its support for Jasper Wireless, iDigi customers have access to more than 90 wireless carriers throughout the world.

Wireless subscription, data usage and historical information associated with devices registered on the iDigi Device Cloud are now accessible in real-time. Users are also able to activate/deactivate wireless service.

“Managing devices, applications and multiple carrier networks can be a daunting task,” said Larry Kraft, senior vice president of marketing, Digi International. “By integrating wireless provisioning into the iDigi Device Cloud, companies now have real-time insight into their data usage enabling greater control of device networks.”

Carrier subscription management is a key addition to iDigi’s suite of device network management capabilities. The iDigi Device Cloud enables users to perform critical device management operations, including firmware upgrades, software downloads, setting alarms, scheduling management tasks and viewing time series data.

The iDigi Device Cloud provides the infrastructure required to access, control, configure and upgrade unlimited devices securely over the Internet. With the iDigi Connector, a free software download, any M2M device can seamlessly integrate with the iDigi Device Cloud providing instant connectivity.

Recent Articles

What private blockchain means to telcos

Posted on: August 2, 2021

While the telecoms sector is yet to fully embrace blockchain technology, Jonas Lundqvist, CEO at Haidrun, says that the arrival of private blockchain may change that and unlock a massive potential for telecom service providers to create new businesses and revenue streams.

Read more

The Chinese market is expected to lead the development of V2X

Posted on: August 2, 2021

According to a new research report from the IoT analyst firm Berg Insight, there were about 0.7 million cars with V2X capabilities on the roads at the end of 2020. This number is expected to grow to 35.1 million by 2025. Communications between vehicles has been discussed for more than two decades, but with few

Read more