LogiSense Corporation reports that Ingenu has recently chosen its EngageIP Usage Rating and Billing platform. This platform is to help tackle the challenges of metering, monitoring and measuring its new and evolving technologies.
Ingenu, a provider of dedicated machine-to-machine connectivity, connects the IoT via its proprietary Random Phase Multiple Access (RPMA®) technology. The company recently announced plans to build the Machine Network™, a nationwide public network covering the United States by the end of 2017. Ingenu also builds and operates private networks in 20 countries around the world. The partnership between LogiSense and Ingenu matches two highly innovative companies who are already well down the path to revolutionising the M2M/IoT marketplace.
“LogiSense is excited to support Ingenu as it builds out its Machine Network, the world’s first public network designed exclusively for machines. By using the LogiSense EngageIP platform, Ingenu will have the scalability and flexibility needed to automate, optimise and simplify any M2M business model,” said Flavio Gomes, founder, CEO of LogiSense.
“LogiSense’s Usage Rating and Billing platform will provide us with the agility required to accommodate the complexities of M2M billing. The use of this converged rating and billing platform will enable us to streamline our operations, manage costs and improve efficiencies,” added John Horn, CEO of Ingenu.
LogiSense’s EngageIP Usage Rating and Billing is an award-winning platform that boasts field-proven scale, features, functionality, and performance to address every aspect of network requirements – from usage rating, mediation and billing to customer self-care. A real-time solution that supports complex M2M value chains, EngageIP is able to handle a large variety of M2M services and huge volumes of devices. It transforms clients’ business practices by empowering rapid turn-up of new services, enabling innovation and new revenue streams thus ensuring longevity and relevance in a rapidly evolving market.
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