Security Alarm selects Sierra Wireless IoT services for Arhub smart home security solution

Marc Overton of Sierra Wireless

Security Alarms & Co, a Swiss developer of intelligent home security solutions, has selected Sierra Wireless IoT Services to enable highly resilient cellular connectivity for its Arhub home security smart hub. Sierra Wireless, provides integrated device-to-cloud solutions for the Internet of Things (IoT).

Arhub connects intelligent home security devices to the internet with Wi-Fi, LAN and cellular, providing what it calls a “disruptive answer to the major issues that smart home security users deal with when connecting multiple devices with different network technologies”. Using the Sierra Wireless Smart SIM, Arhub intelligently analyses networks and connects to the most available network in the region.

Natalya Lopareva

“Our customers are our development partners, and we have taken their feedback to design a solution that eliminates their home security frustrations and concerns,” says Security Alarms & Co.’s CEO, Natalya Lopareva. “A traditional IoT solution is not enough when it comes to security and safety, so we teamed up with Sierra Wireless to ensure that Arhub is always connected and accessible, regardless of the consumer’s network configuration or geographic location.”

The multi-operator Sierra Wireless Smart SIM and Connectivity Services connect devices to consumers and enterprises using global cellular networks. Sierra Wireless’ unique Smart SIM automatically selects and connects to the best available cellular network to ensure resilient and reliable data transmission at all times.

“Security Alarms & Co.’s Arhub ensures its customers can confidently secure what matters most to them,” adds Marc Overton, senior vice president and GM of IoT Services, Sierra Wireless. “Sierra Wireless IoT Services provide constant internet connectivity that Security Alarms & Co. can rely on for a complete smart home security solution.”

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