This is the fifth in a series of blog posts dedicated to the topic of IoT security to mark the launch of the EMnify Guide for Cellular IoT Security which you can download here. The previous post in this series included a useful video explaining how your IoT solution is secured with IoT cloud
5G will radically change the way our world networks. It won’t be long before worldwide society will have to adapt to the new way of technological life - across industries, markets and regions. This new technology standard promises much more than just further developments of existing mobile
EMnify delivers worldwide cellular connectivity and is one of the first connectivity providers with a cellular platform in the public cloud. With this, EMnify provides unique integrations for enterprises running their applications on hyperscalers like AWS, Azure or Google.
IoT networks only develop their full potential when scaled for global use. However, some
On the 22nd of April we held the second webinar in the series hosted by our Head of Product, Christian Henke about the different wireless technologies and their benefits for IoT. From legacy 2G/3G migration to 4G LTE, LTE-M, NB-IoT and 5G-ready functionality – there are a lot of technology types
This is the fourth in a series of blog posts dedicated to the topic of IoT security to mark the launch of the EMnify Guide for Cellular IoT Security which you can download here. The previous post in this series compared Cellular, LoRa and WiFi in terms of IoT device security.
In the first post
This is the third post in a four-part blog series dedicated to informing four key decisions a business is typically faced with in its IoT connectivity journey. The second post in this series outline how to choose the right connectivity provider for your business.
In order to effectively and
This is the second post in a four-part blog series dedicated to informing four key decisions businesses are faced with in their IoT connectivity journey. The first post in the series answered how to know if cellular IoT connectivity is right for your business.
Once you have decided that
With over 20 billion devices globally connected, the Internet of Things is growing rapidly. That said, choosing the right connectivity provider for your business can be a daunting and challenging task. Regardless of the industry - whether you are in manufacturing, healthcare, or fleet management