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Blues and 1NCE team up to expand global IoT coverage

Blues and 1NCE team up to expand global IoT coverage

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By Jean-Pierre Joosting



Blues, a leader in easy-to-build IoT, has announced it will expand coverage through a partnership with software company 1NCE.

1NCE and Blues are the only companies offering global, lifetime coverage for IoT devices enabling enterprises to develop solutions to challenges facing markets from clean energy to manufacturing to health care.

1NCE extends the existing cellular coverage of Blues’ Notecard, an easy-to-integrate wireless IoT module. 1NCE’s coverage of 158 countries and regions adds to the 140 countries already covered by Blues’ Notecard product, giving enterprise customers the ability to deploy IoT connected products at a greater global scale.

“Our partnership with 1NCE extends our customers’ IoT coverage to support testing and product deployments around the world,” says Jim Hassman, Blues President and CRO. “Blues customers use our Notecard to tackle important missions, from monitoring air quality to reducing food waste. Together, 1NCE and Blues support our customers’ ingenuity with our joint commitment to simplicity, enterprise-grade reliability and scalability in the cloud.” 

Notecard affordably and securely connects customer products to the cloud without the burden of cell plans, fees or complex device setup and provisioning. It works seamlessly with Notehub to securely route data from a customer’s products to their cloud application of choice.

Notecard’s firmware supports failover to a secondary SIM for uninterrupted connectivity, so customers can leverage 1NCE for reliable Notecard coverage within previously underserved regions. APIs, libraries, documentation, source code, open hardware designs and community simplify the low code engineer and developer experience as they progress from prototype to pilot to production.

“Blues has one of the best IoT solutions in the market, and we see eye-to-eye on the need for global connectivity that’s bundled upfront and included in a customer’s device. Partnering with Blues will allow us to do what we do best: making it easy for customers to collect data anywhere in the world by turning connectivity into a nearly invisible part of the IoT value chain,” said Ivo Rook, Chief Operating Officer, 1NCE.

https://blues.io/use-cases
https://1nce.com

 

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