When configuring an Endpoint (via the EMnify user interface (EUI) or the RESTful API), EMnify customers have the possibility to activate the IMEI lock. The IMEI is a unique serial number that the manufacturer assigns to cellular devices to identify devices connected to a GSM network. To learn more
What is an IMEI number? A serial number that the manufacturer assigns to cellular devices. Just as people have their own ID number and every car has a vehicle number, every cellular device with a SIM card can be precisely identified by a so-called IMEI number – International Mobile Equipment
An ICCID number – what is it and how do I find it?
Each active SIM card has its own SIM card number, which can be used to assign and identify the card individually. Often these numbers are printed directly on the card or are at least recorded on the card carrier or on the enclosed letter. The
Although 4G / LTE networks are yet to have full global coverage, 5G technology is already advancing. The first 5G radio masts have been installed across multiple countries, ready to supply the world with a new high-speed network. However, what is the difference between 4G vs 5G and can the 5G
In 2017, consulting firm Capgemini published a study asking the question: “The Internet of Things: Are Organizations Ready for a Multi-Trillion Dollar Prize?” The study examined and interviewed numerous companies that remain global leaders in their industries. Most of these companies claimed
Human health directly or indirectly influences every aspect of modern life – a healthy population translates to a healthy community, society and economy. Financial, socio-economic, political and cultural differences significantly impact the state of a nation’s public health. However, regardless
2G, 3G, 4G, 5G: it's understandable to hear the term "5G" and momentarily think that it’s basically a faster version of LTE or 4G. After all, the numbers are sequential and it is the next generation in this family of wireless technology. The truth is, 5G is nothing like the generations that came
Deploying IoT solutions globally can be challenging for businesses of all sizes. Successful solutions are those that can scale seamlessly. Using multiple cellular operators for multiple markets and managing the SIMs on different platforms is far from scalable and quickly becomes cumbersome.
Numerous demand factors affected a broad range of businesses during the current coronavirus pandemic. Unexpected peaks in demand, significant reductions in demand, and reduction in supply bottlenecks, are just a few examples. It quickly became clear that companies that were using smart
In the IoT world, myths are everywhere. This is mainly because the subject is still so new: bursting with both opportunities and unknowns – leaving plenty of room for myths. This technical article highlights three of the biggest myths in the IoT world today, and the truths behind them.