With the recent launch of Ubigi, a brand dedicated to users of the Internet of Things (IoT), Transatel aims to prove that a single concept and a single technical framework can be relevant to cover several market segments at once.
Optus Wholesale has been appointed as the exclusive Australian network partner for Transatel, one of Europe’s mobile virtual network enablers, currently expanding global network coverage to support their Internet of Things (IoT) offerings.
BNetzA (Bundesnetzagentur), the German Telecom regulator, sided with Transatel in its regulatory dispute with Telefónica Germany. This should bring an end to the 18 months-long discussion opposing Transatel,
Gemalto, the provider of digital security, is supplying Transatel, a provider in global mobile & IoT connectivity, with a remote subscription management platform. It will enable users of Windows 10 eSIM-equipped PCs to get online swiftly and seamlessly, from the moment they first power up their device.
Lenovo‘s new MIIX 630 operating with the latest Windows 10 release is equipped with a soldered eSIM.
The IoT connectivity solutions provider Transatel was selected by Airbus to provide secure global cellular connectivity for its open data platform Skywise. To leverage its advanced data analytics solutions, one aspect of Airbus’ cloud-based platform is the systematic collection of data from aircraft during layover between flights.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is the new 21st century revolution. The number of connected things is expected to reach 50 billion by 2020, using a large range of connectivity options.
New VAIO® S11 and VAIO® S13 laptops will be delivered in Japan equipped with Windows 10 and a ready-to-go LTE cellular data SIM card. Transatel is the service provider of the new cellular capability, with prepaid data plans developed specifically for VAIO laptop end-users.
On May 22nd 2017, the European Union Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA) issued a position paper raising this very issue of IoT security. Together with major actors of the semiconductor industry (Infineon, NXP, STMicroelectonics), the agency warned of a “market failure” in IoT security so far: it’s important to act now.
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