Truphone for Things launches to ‘unlock the power of eSIM’ on the IoT

Ralph Steffens, CEO of Truphone

A new global connectivity solution has been launched to break down complexities in IoT connectivity. Using Truphone’s global network and eSIM technology, Truphone for Things is designed to connect devices anywhere in the world in a few clicks. This is a new solution for companies building anything from smart home devices, asset trackers to connected cameras.

Since 2006, Truphone has been providing people and businesses around the world with mobile connectivity. It launches Truphone for Things, described by the company as “an all-encompassing global connectivity solution that brings the true flexibility and freedom of eSIM to the growing Internet of Things”.

Truphone for Things has been developed to reimagine the IoT for the 2020s — for any business or individual that wants to connect any thingFrom building large low-power IoT estates to transmitting high volume live international broadcasts — Truphone for Things grants the vast number of industries that benefit from the IoT a brand-new way to connect devices. 

The Truphone for Things solution houses everything these companies need in order to deploy seamless connectivity to multiple devices straight out of the box. It has been designed from the ground up, leveraging Truphone’s ground-breaking eSIM technology and global connectivity platform to improve flexibility, choice, simplicity, and openness in how we currently connect devices. 

Instant, over-the-air connectivity

Truphone for Things lets businesses connect their devices from the moment users switch the device on. No complicated activation process, no wordy manuals, just instant connectivity. It is designed to be both foolproof and futureproof — equipped with air-tight security from a single core network, and running with eSIM as a standard, making it smart, rewritable and network-agnostic.

Connect devices remotely — anywhere

Our global infrastructure was born to be mobile. By combining our patented multi-IMSI and eSIM technology we aggregate our many network access agreements into a single core network and SIM. This creates a global footprint of the best carriers that can be remotely managed and updated over the air. 

While the network itself is entirely global and able to connect and be deployed from anywhere in the world, the control companies have over their devices comes from one set space: the management portal itself. This means that no matter how widely spread your fleet, it can be managed simply from one secure place.

Ralph Steffens, CEO at Truphone says:“Our Truphone for Things platform is living proof that connecting devices can be better. The whole process can be seamless, secure and, above all, simple. It’s our belief that, in breaking down the barriers that keep the IoT closed off and difficult to navigate, we will reach its true potential. 

And that’s something that benefits us all. With Truphone for Things, we are throwing our hat in the ring — proudly housing all of our cutting-edge IoT technology in one place — simplifying both the complexities and intelligence of the IoT into a few simple clicks.”

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