Our mission is to provide best-in-class connectivity solutions to our clients. This is why we form long-term strategic partnerships to deliver most innovative and reliable M2M/IoT services available.
EMnify’s infrastructure is virtualized and operated as a cloud service in the AWS cloud. EMnify is an AWS Advanced Technology Partner and thus meets the high security and expertise standards mandated by AWS for partners. With the IoT Competency Status EMnify proves its technological expertise for Internet of Things solutions.
Learn more about how EMnify provides additional benefits for customers on AWS here.
EMnify is a Microsoft Partner; offering cellular IoT connectivity through the Azure Marketplace. With the simple integration into Azure Event Hubs and secure VPN into the customers' VNET - EMnify provides Azure customers simple, automatic and secure integration of cellular connectivity into their cloud ecosystem.
DevicePilot is the analytics, visualization, and automation tool for IoT. Plug in your data and get instant, powerful insights to track all the important metrics that your business depends on.
Read more on our blog about how EMnify integrates into Devicepilot and how this new partnership benefits your business.
STMicroelectronics is an electronics and semiconductor manufacturer headquartered in Switzerland. STM delivers discovery kits with building blocks for developing an IoT solution. The EMnify embedded SIMs (MFF2) are included in the STM32Cube and STM Discovery packs for cellular to cloud connectivity - available for 2G, 3G, LTE and LTE-M/CAT-M1. STM has released several products with EMnify connectivity - with an extended 90 days trial period for testing.
Read the press release.
The 5Scale research team at the University of Würzburg, together with EMnify, are currently looking into: "Massive scaling methods for IoT within 5G virtual mobile core networks". As predicted growth of IoT devices reaches billions, the project tries to identify and address challenges for mobile network operators with the expected increased signaling and data traffic.
Read the german press release.