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Pan-European connectivity for the Internet of Things

Pan-European connectivity for the Internet of Things

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Features include seamless roaming across Europe as well as Russia and Turkey; In addition, value-added services that allow customers to remotely manage and troubleshoot their deployment (e.g. roaming steering control by the end customer) are offered, thereby improving serviceability and transparency to their end customers.

M2M/IoT deployment faces different challenges than consumer subscribers. Connectivity offering is often not suitable for the life cycle of a M2M/IoT solution.

“Many IoT projects have failed because operators could not provide the right business solution,” said Sammy Yahiaoui, Services Sales Manager EMEA at Telit. “Now connectivity comes out-of-the box for a fixed, comprehensive and affordable price. It’s tightly integrated with the hardware, the modules, and a portfolio of deployment and troubleshooting services which provides additional, innovative functionality. For example, the Intelligence service gives customers a quick and easy way to analyze the business performance of their M2M/IoT deployments.”

Service bundles include module plus SIM, module plus SIM plus value-added services, and a bundle that extends connectivity to the Cloud. When new projects are created, significant benefits are obtained when the full offer is utilized. These services are agnostic and available for customers that use a third-party for their connectivity.

www.telit.com/pan-european

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