Aeris’ Neo platform is to offer enterprises 4G LTE for IoT solutions

Aeris reported that its Neo™ service now offers 4G long-term evolution (LTE) high-speed wireless data communications for enterprises deploying IoT solutions.

4G LTE provides super-fast connectivity to millions of users and is the fastest developing system in the history of mobile communications.

Launched in 2014, Neo by Aeris® enables enterprises to easily develop, launch and manage innovative Internet of Things (IoT) and machine-to-machine (M2M) solutions that require cellular connectivity while dramatically reducing the time, cost and hassle of obtaining and operating connectivity through traditional channels.

Neo_Logo_RGB_Full-ColorThe Neo service has been tailored to work with the IoT, helping reduce costs and improve the operational efficiency when deploying and managing devices. With the expanded 4G LTE Neo services, enterprises have immediate access to a nationwide 4G LTE cellular coverage footprint providing data and short message service (SMS) connectivity.

Amit Khetawat, head of products at Aeris
Amit Khetawat, head of products at Aeris

Aeris reported that Neo’s self-serve connectivity management platform, enterprises can easily activate subscriber identity modules (SIMs), monitor activity, track usage and manage alerts. Neo is claimed to offer enterprises benefits including simplified development process, faster time-to-market, no contract obligations and shared knowledge from IoT experts via the Neo community support forum.

Amit Khetawat, head of products at Aeris said, “Aeris is helping enterprises of all sizes in the United States embrace and grow their profitable Internet of Things solutions by expanding our Neo platform to include 4G LTE service. Aeris’ Neo service is now able to target high usage Internet of Things and machine-to-machine applications including video, digital signage and point-of-sale.”

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