YOUR GUIDE TO CHOOSING THE RIGHT IoT SIM AND CONNECTIVITY PROVIDER
A fundamental issue impacting both the technical and operational landscape is that consumer-SIM cards and connectivity services have not been designed for IoT.
Traditional SIMs have been utilised in ways they were not designed for and are consequently sub-optimal in the IoT age. Today however, there are options available to IoT organisations.
This report helps you find your way around them and consider the best fit for your business needs.
THIS BRAND NEW REPORT COVERS:
- Roaming SIMs
- Intelligent multi-networks IoT SIMs
- eUICC challenges and capabilities
IOT IMPROVES CUSTOMER SERVICE WITH OPTIMIZED PROCUREMENT
Learn how Nube, an innovative energy management company, has deployed a cloud-based IoT solution for monitoring LPG (Liquefied Petroleum Gas) gas levels and consumption throughout Mexico and Latin America. Nube utilises a device-to-cloud solution for monitoring and managing propane tank data.
INTELLIGENT MULTI-NETWORK IoT SIMs FOR OPTIMIZED CONNECTIVITY
Learn how Aidon, a pioneer in the energy metering technology, has deployed a resilient IoT connectivity solution. IoT technologies enabled them ensure connectivity in remote locations, streamline their communication with backend systems, and help ensure the faultless delivery of electricity to end users through smart metering solutions and the utilisation of grid data.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
George Malim, managing editor, IoT Now
George is a freelance technology journalist. He has covered the telecoms market since 1999 and contributes to Global Telecoms Business, The Mobile Network, VanillaPlus, IoT Now and Wireless magazines in addition to producing content on behalf of operators, vendors and creative agencies.