The Internet of Things is in a boom stage. Earlier this year at the Consumer Electronics Show, IoT ruled - connected home appliances, toys, security systems and the list goes on! And more recently, at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, the overwhelming message was anything that can be
Mobile World Congress is the world’s largest exhibition for the mobile industry, featuring hundreds of exhibitors and conferences with prominent executives from varied backgrounds, including: Mobile Network Operators, device manufacturers, technology providers, vendors and content owners.
USSD stands for “Unstructured Supplementary Service Data”. It allows the transport of small volumes of data over the signaling channel in a mobile network, however it does not need an active data connection to work, nor does it incur SMS charges.
In our last blog we looked at the different SIM Form Factors available for M2M deployments using a cellular connectivity solution. We also briefly looked at embedded SIMs (eUICC) and some of the benefits over traditional SIMs. This week, we will look further into the eUICC - what exactly makes
Which SIM is best for you and your business needs?
As a business, you have a whole range of technologies and protocols to choose from to enable Machine-to-Machine connectivity; which one you use, greatly depends on the use case. For example, smart home connectivity is mostly provided via
Sometimes the best connectivity solution is realized by bringing two systems together. In light of this - and with the recent launch of AWS IoT out of beta - we have put together an overview of the AWS offering as well as our own EMnify Enterprise
Internet of Things or simply IoT is now a commonplace term in day to day life. Concepts like the connected-home are the norm; whereas the inability to control household items remotely or monitor business assets globally is now considered abnormal. Yet it was only 16 years ago that the term IoT
Join our Berlin team! It’s well documented that the IoT and M2M market is growing rapidly. Cisco’s John Chambers predicts that the value of the IoT for companies and industries will climb to $19 Trillion over the next few years. And according to Gartner, by 2020 IoT product and service