Smart Warehousing: Three IoT-based Technologies Speeding Up Your Order
30.09.2021 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 warehousing prior to the outbreak had a clear advantage over those that weren't.
How do smart meters communicate?
Smart meters are Internet of Things (IoT) devices that measure and transmit data about electricity, water, and gas consumption. Using connected sensors, they share information directly from utility meters, so providers don’t need to manually check installations to charge customers and manage infrastructure.
emnify CTO and Co-Founder Martin Giess accepted into Forbes Technology Council
The Forbes Technology Council is an invitation-only community for world-class CIOs, CTOs, and technology executives. With over 15 years of experience as a technology expert in agile development of innovative telecom services, Martin is an experienced entrepreneur and an expert in telecom protocols for mobile networks. BERLIN, September 21st 2021 — emnify, a leading cellular IoT communication platform provider, is pleased to announce its CTO and co-founder Martin Giess has been accepted into Forbes Technology Council, an invitation-only community for world-class CIOs, CTOs, and technology executives.
emnify has over 250 new customers, doubles SIM sales, and welcomes industry leaders to advisory board
Cellular IoT connectivity provider reports strong revenue growth in the first half of 2021, marking an impressive rebound from the pandemic year With 15 percent increase in new hires in H1 2021, emnify plans to further grow headcount in its German home market as well as North America in second half of 2021 BERLIN, September 8th 2021 — emnify, the leading cloud communications platform provider for IoT, delivered solid business results during the first half of the year with rapid growth driven by more than 250 new customers and an over 50 percent increase in active SIMs. In addition to expanding its operational focus, emnify enhanced its product offerings with support for LTE-M, eSIM, and no-code workflows. The company also welcomed three new industry experts to its industry advisory board, bringing additional expert perspectives in finance, strategy, and operations to broaden its network and accelerate growth.
An Introduction to Industry 4.0
Industry 4.0 is a term for the fourth industrial revolution: the digitization and automation of manufacturing. We are in the midst of a fundamental shift in the way products are produced, and it’s deeply tied to the future of the Internet of Things (IoT).
emnify Is First to Bring No-Code Automation to Cellular IoT Management
emnify enables no-code IoT solutions with workflow automation tool Zapier Rapidly growing no-code economy empowers non-developer teams with automation tools to streamline processes and drive productivity BERLIN, July 13th 2021 — emnify, the leading cloud communication platform provider for IoT, has launched its new integration with workflow automation tool Zapier, making it the first IoT CPaaS provider to offer customers no-code automation for cellular IoT management.
emnify launches eSIM for developers, kick-starting end-to-end IoT CPaaS development in minutes - instead of days
Berlin-based emnify now offers the eSIM option to all evaluation customers. Users can sign up and start developing with the emnify platform in minutes – without needing to order physical SIM cards. BERLIN, June 22nd 2021 — Leading cloud communication platform provider for IoT, emnify, today announces the release of eSIM for evaluation customers, enabling IoT developers to sign up and develop with the emnify API immediately, anywhere in the world. The eSIM lets users install emnify’s global SIM profile on a compatible device in seconds without having to order and swap physical SIM cards. With the eSIM option, emnify aims to speed up time-to-market of IoT projects and make life easier for developers.
emnify Announces Global LTE-M Roaming for Low-Cost, Low-Power IoT Applications
Berlin-based emnify now offers multi-network LTE-M access in 44 countries, allowing IoT businesses to deploy LPWAN-enabled devices in global markets.
LTE-M vs NB-IoT: 5 Considerations for Your IoT Solutions
With 2G- and 3G phaseout accelerating globally, LTE-M and NB-IoT are positioned as future-proof alternatives for cellular IoT. Both technologies fall into Low Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN) category, bringing enhanced coverage, longer battery life, and reduced costs compared to previous cellular generations.