Introducing Canada Breakout Region
Local internet breakouts are key to meeting the Enterprise need to comply with existing and future data processing regulations and agreements. As opposed to traditional operators that route all data back to their home network, emnify offers regional breakouts – meaning data does not need to leave the country or region where the individual device is located, even if devices are spread out across the world.
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.
New IoT rate plans for Europe and the USA
We have an exciting update to share with both our European and American customers.
Customer Stories: Helping Telematics Businesses Grow and Scale
Reliable, always-on connectivity is a prerequisite for any telematics solution. That said, many other factors play into the success of a fleet management business - especially in today’s crowded market. emnify provides not only a global, multi-network SIM solution that intelligently connects your devices with the best among our 540 networks worldwide, but also a powerful cellular IoT platform to manage, secure, and optimize your device communication.
Serverless Networking in Cellular IoT Communication
On the last AWS Community Day – Bay Area, Dr. Steffen Gebert, Director of Tech & Infrastructure at emnify, dives into what serverless networking means for us as communication platform developers and how we implement fully serverless cloud-native communication. Watch the presentation below or read on for some key takeaways.
emnify Data SIM Card
emnify’s IoT SIM cards were built for IoT applications like yours. Each SIM is preloaded with multiple subscriber identities, so you can automatically switch to the carrier with the strongest signal and ensure that you and your customers are always paying local data rates.
How to monitor and optimize your IoT device connectivity
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.
Smarter and Greener Pest Control with Cellular IoT and Futura
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 – it’s enabling game-changing innovation across all kinds of businesses.
Developer Series: Monitoring with Kamon 1.0
At EMnify, we run a custom-built mobile core network tailored to provide connectivity for IoT devices. By developing all the required parts in-house, we can offer unique features that would not be available using network equipment from traditional vendors. We use Akka, a framework for building highly scalable applications in Java, to implement this functionality.
Mobile Core Network: Automated Testing on Jenkins
Jenkins is the leading open source automation server which provides hundreds of plugins to support building, deploying and automating any project. In this article, we would like to take a closer look on how we significantly reduced testing times in our Jenkins setup.
emnify IoT Labs: Transmitting sensor data via USSD
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.
emnify IoT Labs: AWS IoT + emnify Enterprise Connect
emnify and AWS IoT - how to use them together 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 Connect (EEC) offer, showing you how they can be used together.