1NCE, the provider of a revolutionary connectivity offering for IoT that enables IoT applications and services to access connectivity on a buy once, flat rate fee for ten years, has announced a new partnership with Round Solutions, a German based provider and a developer of IoT and M2M devices that also provides connectivity and consultancy services.
FreeWave Technologies, specialists in industrial, secure Machine-to-Machine (M2M) and Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) networking solutions, are partnering with sensor technology and remote monitoring and surveillance firm McQ Inc.
Audits of attendees to the massive Consumer Electronics Show indicate that the event has become the gathering points for IoT buyers.
Telna, a vertically integrated Network-as-a-Service (NaaS) provider of global end-to-end connectivity solutions, demonstrated the latest IoT Connect, the first enterprise-grade, multi-modem, multi-IMSI eSIM router, at Mobile World Congress Barcelona 2018.
Telefónica and China Unicom have signed an agreement in the field of Internet of Things (IoT). Under the partnership the two companies will have access to each other’s networks and deploy their IoT services.
At the MWC, the world’s largest gathering for the mobile industry held in Barcelona, 26 February – 1 March 2018, Comprion shows the newest products in the field of eSIM and Remote SIM Provisioning (RSP).
A new report from Juniper Research has found that the total number of cellular M2M connections will reach 1.3 billion by 2022, representing a 220% increase from an estimated 400 million in 2017.
Aeris, a technology provider in the Internet of Things (IoT), said it has agreed to work with MACH Networks, one of the nation’s providers of last-mile IoT connectivity solutions, to offer 4G long-term evolution (LTE) IoT connectivity solutions for small and mid-sized businesses (SMBs) and enterprises.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is bringing about a new era of connectivity in the digital age, say analysts Frost & Sullivan. It is connecting critical business sectors through a network of secure data flow, analytics, and management. It is also bringing numerous opportunities for sensor participants
The Internet of Things is no longer the future. It’s very much the present and the market is growing at an exponential rate, says Robin Kent, director of European operations, Adax. It’s set to quadruple in size, growing from US$900 billion (€758.25 billion) in 2014 to $4.3 trillion (€3.62 trillion) by 2024, with more than 30 billion connected devices in use.