emnify Wins Best Connectivity Solution Award at IoT Solutions World Congress 2022
11.05.2022 12. May 2022 – emnify, the leading cloud building block for cellular communications in the IoT stack, is proud to announce that its emnify IoT Supernetwork has won Best Connectivity Solution at IoT Solutions World Congress. The Industry Solutions Awards were presented last night at the leading IoT industry event in Barcelona. emnify CEO and co-founder, Frank Stoecker, accepted the award on stage.
In-Situ Chooses emnify to Enable Remote Environmental Monitoring
Hassle-free cellular IoT solution opens door to cost-effective water monitoring 26. April, 2022 – In-Situ, a Colorado-based provider of powerful remote water monitoring tools and data collection solutions, today announced that it has partnered with emnify, the leading cloud building block for cellular communications in the IoT stack, to make its products smarter, longer-lasting, and easier to deploy.
2G and 3G Sunsets: When They’ll Happen and How to Prepare
Billions of IoT devices rely on 2G and 3G cellular networks. These solutions offer IoT manufacturers an affordable way to keep devices connected anywhere in the world—indoors, outdoors, or on the go. But the technology is decades old, there are better solutions available, and there’s only so much bandwidth to go around.
How to Choose an IoT SIM Provider
Your IoT SIM provider affects:
How to get your custom-branded SIM with EMnify
EMnify can provide customized branding for customers looking to order SIM and eUICC with their own graphical artwork. This is ideal for corporate SIM cards, where additional information can be included on the back of the SIM, while the front can display company branding such as a logo.
An Introduction to 5G Spectrum and Service Grades
Connectivity has been the ultimate enabler of Industry 4.0, and in fact, it is at the heart of it. Secure wireless communication has empowered factory automation, large-scale production, and improved safety. Businesses require a different set of network performance parameter for their device connectivity in terms of throughput, transmission delay, packet loss, etc. Due to various functional requirements and use cases, the one-size-fits-all approach employed in 2G, 3G, and 4G, is not suited for a wide variety of applications. Therefore, connectivity service providers (CSPs) must tailor their network services based on the precise requirements of any given application, device, and user. 5G provides a multi-layer spectrum approach needed to address various 5G network service categories known as service grades.
IoT vs. M2M: What’s the Difference?
The Internet of Things (IoT) and Machine-to-Machine (M2M) communication have been around for years. This technology has revolutionized the way we do everything from agriculture and manufacturing to healthcare, transportation, and payment processing. Connecting sensors with electronic devices and applications enables consumers and businesses alike to automate processes and trigger actions based on data.
New IoT rate plans for Europe and the USA
We have an exciting update to share with both our European and American customers.
Four Ways Cellular Connectivity Secures Your EV Chargers
The future is electric and smart Electric vehicles (EV) are on the rise, making up about five percent of new car registrations in the US and over 20 percent in the European market. With EU legislation set to stop new registrations of internal combustion engine cars by 2035, the future can only be electric. Another thing that is certain is that EVs supply equipment (EVSE) such as chargers will be smart – no matter if at home, in residential and business areas, or on highways. The biggest reason is to protect the power grid from too many EVs being charged at the same time. Smart chargers are internet-connected with a central system that can influence the charging power or current of specific EVs.