Eseye launches infinity IoT platform to solve enterprise IoT challenges

Guildford, UK. 20 May 2022 – Eseye, an IoT connectivity solutions, announced the launch of its ‘mission control’ IoT connectivity platform, Infinity. The Eseye Infinity IoT Platform delivers a single, customisable and scalable network for both today’s and tomorrow’s global IoT deployments.

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Eseye enables Telli Health to launch first eUICC-certified remote patient monitoring devices

Guildford, United Kingdom. 06 April 2022 – Eseye, a global provider of IoT connectivity solutions, has enabled Telli Health’s innovative range of global remote patient monitoring (RPM) devices, including a blood pressure monitor, blood glucometer, pulse oximeter, and thermometer, to become the first in the global healthcare device marketplace to achieve eUICC certification on Verizon’s

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5G, Industry 5.0 and eSIM connectivity are pivotal to continuing future IoT momentum

Guildford, UK. 9th February 2022 – IoT connectivity solutions provider, Eseye, has launched its second annual Future of IoT Report, which captures key insights from 11 leading Internet of Things (IoT) decision-makers. They range from IoT business founders and evangelists to industry analysts and chief technology officers, and presidents of communications and IoT security organisations.

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Armis and Eseye announce general availability of solution to secure connected devices on cellular networks

Palo Alto, Calif., USA. and Guildford, UK. 1 Feb, 2022 – Global connectivity provider Eseye and agentless device security platform provider Armis announced the general availability of a joint solution that enables organisations to deploy connected devices anywhere in the world with enterprise-class security and consistent, reliable cellular (4G/LTE/5G) connectivity.

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Why professional services are key to accelerating IoT adoption

Throughout history we have seen plenty of examples of companies that have failed to adapt when there was a sea change in the prevailing business model. Consider the companies that fell by the wayside when the software industry switched from a per-license pricing model to SaaS.

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Will the IoT market split in 2022? New Quickfire video talks trends and predictions

In this Quickfire video, IoT Now’s editorial director and founder Jeremy Cowan chats to Eseye’s CEO Nick Earle about the changing needs and technology trends in IoT that will impact Enterprise users in 2022. Download the Eseye prediction report: Top 5 IoT Predictions and Trends for 2022

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Empowering Enterprises to Take Control of IoT Connectivity

Despite the tremendous benefits of IoT, global cellular connectivity remains far too complex. This complexity makes it much more difficult, expensive, and risky for enterprises to achieve their IoT objectives. Enterprises want IoT solutions that work globally, but they do not want to be locked into a single mobile operator. New highly flexible connectivity models

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InstaVolt selects Eseye to deliver ultra-reliable connectivity for its nationwide UK EV charge point network

Guildford, UK. 27th October 2021 – Global IoT connectivity provider, Eseye, announced that its advanced AnyNet+ eSIM and intelligent IoT Connectivity Platform has been selected by the UK’s EV charge point network provider, InstaVolt, to deliver ultra-reliable cellular connectivity for its rapidly growing Electric Vehicle (EV) charging network across the UK.

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Internet of Cranes provides intelligent control through real-time data

The monitoring and maintenance of cranes fleets have traditionally involved the operator fielding ateam of technicians who – armed with tool bag and logbook – needed to travel to the site tocarry out the necessary work, often responding reactively to incidents

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Security and device on-boarding woes fail to stop enterprises raising IoT spend

We all know about the predictions for multiple billions of “things” being connected over the next few years, but are Internet of Things (IoT) networks delivering what they promised? Here, business technology journalist Antony Savvas considers some new research.

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Multi-region connectivity and device deployment impeding UK IoT adoption

UK organisations are being challenged with connectivity, device deployment and rollout to a greater extent than their US counterparts according to a new State of IoT Adoption Study published by global IoT connectivity specialist Eseye.

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Overcoming the barriers to global IoT connectivity: How regional operators can reap rewards from IoT

It is exhilarating to be involved in an innovative and fast-paced technology sector with the potential to transform lives and disrupt business models, acting as a real global gamechanger.

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Eseye focuses on North American growth, appoints Zayas as director of channels and alliances

Global IoT connectivity provider, Eseye, has appointed Edwin Zayas to its management team, as channels and alliances director.

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Permanent roaming emerging as the biggest barrier to global IoT success

Global IoT projects will fail to reach their potential unless the problems of global permanent roaming are resolved, according to a new research report published by telecommunications analyst firm, Kaleido Intelligence, commissioned by global IoT connectivity provider Eseye.

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Localised IoT connectivity to India unlocked by Eseye

Global IoT connectivity provider, Eseye, has now added India’s national virtual network operator (VNO) Plintron , to its AnyNet Federation. This means Internet of Things (IoT) devices using Eseye’s advanced AnyNet+ eSIM can connect and localise in India with full compliance.

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Armis and Eseye provide synergy to secure connected devices on any cellular network

Global connectivity provider Eseye, and agentless device security platform provider Armis, announced a strategic partnership and joint solution that enables organisations to deploy connected devices anywhere in the world with enterprise-class security and consistent, reliable cellular (4G/LTE/5G) connectivity.

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