Stream Technologies launch 4G multi-network services for IoT /M2M

Kevin McDowall, COO, Stream Technologies

Stream Technologies has launched 4G services across multiple UK networks. The new service will deliver enhanced performance and quality of service for solutions being deployed in Transportation, Security, Digital Signage, Medical and Retail.

The 4G service is also ideally suited for the replacement of more traditional, fixed line internet connectivity, providing cost efficient and time to market benefits.

“Customers look for the simplest and most efficient method of deploying the highest quality, fully managed 4G services”, said Kevin McDowall, COO of Stream Technologies.”Stream offers the widest available choice of 4G Operators, enabling customers to easily mix & match and deploy a fully integrated service, combined with superior levels of resilience and reliability”.

Stream’s uncompromising investment in network architecture and optimising technology will always ensure our service is head and shoulders above the rest of the marketplace. Customers need not invest in expensive new architecture. They can have solutions up and running in minimal time.

The appetite for ever increasing data requirements is a key trend in the 4G IoT/M2M sector. Stream’s ability to provide true “super bundles” of 4G data as a wholesale solution from one single & expert provider represents a key benefit for clients.

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