Arkessa is a leading IoT/M2M managed services provider, delivering global connectivity services and solutions through unrivalled multi-network connectivity in all regions of the World and true pole-to-pole coverage.
Arkessa’s goal is to future-proof customers’ connections to the Internet of Things. To achieve this Arkessa has pioneered the integration of multiple networks and emerging wireless technologies globally through one world-class provider.
Analysys Mason’s research director Tom Rebbeck caught up with Arkessa chief executive, Andrew Orrock, to talk about how the barriers to IoT adoption are gradually falling, and how mobile virtual network operators (MVNOs) can succeed in a market with numerous large global mobile network operators (MNOs)
Remote SIM provisioning is a vital enabler for machine-to-machine (M2M) and Internet of Things (IoT) technology, providing a simplified, secure and seamless mobile connection for all types of connected machines and devices. The benefits are multi-dimensional and touch every aspect of the product lifecycle, from manufacturing all the way through to user experience.
To expand its M2M Partner Programme, Zest4 has invested in a well-known industry figure to lead its machine-to-machine (M2M) and Internet of Things (IoT) business.
Arkessa has appointed Samuel Staehle as regional director for Germany,Switzerland and Austria.
In November last year, CW (Cambridge Wireless) was selected as a local partner for the IoTUK Boost programme, to convene and amplify the UK’s IoT industry to help business and economic growth.
Arkessa has signed a strategic agreement with Tixi.Com, the M2M and smart metering gateway specialists, with the aim of providing best-in-class connectivity for remote monitoring of PLC and fieldbus devices.
A new wearable child locator device is being launched enabling parents to safely give their children some of the freedom they crave. The Child Angel solution uses cutting-edge machine-to-machine (M2M) and embedded processor technology from Arkessa and Intel to deliver highly accurate location readings securely to the parents’ smartphones maintaining parental peace of mind in the process.
The Wireless IoT Forum, the body working to accelerate the wide scale adoption of wireless wide-area networking technologies dedicated to the Internet of Things (IoT), announced its founding members and board.
Half of all humanity now lives within an urban environment.
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