Starhome Mach offers platform designed to help operators compete in M2M/IoT

Starhome Mach has launched its HD-IoT platform to help operators profitably compete in the M2M/IoT market.

Starhome Mach’s HD-IoT provides business layers to control and monetise areas such as service levels, dynamic device identities, network availability and coverage, and quality of service for every device deployed domestically and globally. It is designed to let operators package network assets and attributes and offer them selectively to enterprise customers.

IoT is an important growth engine for Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) as the number of connected devices continues to explode. With the HD-IoT platform, operators are able to generate new revenue from enterprise customers and increase market share while optimising costs and increasing revenue per unit.

HD-IoT will further align the different cross-company functions within the operator to help create differentiated, saleable service packages that meet the diverse needs of each enterprise customer.

“Starhome Mach is uniquely positioned to provide detection, control and monetisation for the operator’s IoT/M2M business,” said Itai Margalit, CEO at Starhome Mach. “Operators already benefit from our strong core competence in network value-added services, inbound and outbound roaming gateways that control inter-network policies, financial and data clearing, and unique business intelligence. To these, we now add a modular, innovative and specialised M2M/IoT platform.”

Starhome Mach will be at Mobile World Congress, Hall 7, Stand 7F51.

Comment on this article below or via Twitter: @IoTNow_ OR @jcIoTnow

Recent Articles

Tuya Smart kicks off inaugural AI+IoT Business Conference Virtual Conference, bringing together key industry leaders in the SEA IoT scene

Posted on: September 25, 2020

Sponsored News: In the time of social distancing and pandemic restrictions, technology has become more important than ever to maintain our working productivity and social bonds. In a virtual first, the annual AI+IoT Business Conference (ABC) hosted by the AI+IoT Intelligent Business Alliance will focus on the impact of IoT for the Southeast Asian region.

Read more

Equinix data centres to connect Nokia to mobile, IoT and cloud ecosystems

Posted on: September 24, 2020

Digital infrastructure company, Equinix, Inc., has been selected as a strategic supplier for Nokia’s Worldwide IoT Network Grid (WING) managed service, in a collaboration to bring next-generation edge architectures and services to market. WING allows operators without an Internet of Things (IoT) footprint to gain fast entry to the IoT market or to help operators expand an existing

Read more