Besides having rich data sources, a key to success for IoT businesses is to gain actionable insights into this information, not only for their customers, but also for their internal organisations.
Back in 2014, EMnify launched its service based on the belief that IoT would transform cellular connectivity from merely a means of connecting individuals to enterprises being able to offer a globally-connected service or product - and indeed it did. We've been doing great in the space of
When you think of a business that uses IoT and cellular connectivity, it’s likely that you’ll have images of a company working with software, machinery and other technology forming in your head. It isn’t every day that you’ll think of an industry like pest control. But that’s the beauty of IoT –
IoT has touched almost every vertical imaginable, from automotive, smart cities, telematics, manufacturing, insurance, energy and healthcare. Analyst group Gartner predicts the global installed base of IoT endpoints will surpass 9 billion by 2021, with companies using high-speed, reliable
Cellular IoT - API FirstAt EMnify, we develop our cellular IoT platform features using an 'API-first' approach. This means that we design and implement our APIs before any other functionality and consider our API as one of the most important components of our platform. Most other features and
Cloud-based technologies and service models are changing the way companies are doing business and drive innovation. Fundamentally, there are three main categories of cloud computing services: Infrastructure as a service (IaaS), software as a service (SaaS) and platform as a service (PaaS). This
The Internet of Things (IoT) will continue to transform the business landscape as well as the way we live. Cloud computing is the backbone of this transformation. Increased cloud adoption has acted as a springboard for many IoT applications and business models, offering the ability for companies