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Telecom IoT

We help implement and monetize IoT business in your mobile network

The opportunities IoT opens to telecoms

Telecom IoT refers to internet of things (IoT) solutions that are enabled by telecommunications networks. Mobile
Network Operators may allow billions of devices to communicate with each other over the internet, enabling a multitude of applications, such as smart homes, connected cars, smart cities, connected health, and industrial automation.


To take advantage of this opportunity, telecom operators need a telecom IoT platform. With IoT platform, the telecom operator as well as IoT integrators and operators can manage the connectivity and billing methods to support the MNO´s IoT business model.


Basic features

  • Easily Add/Remote IoT connections to the network

  • Group IoT devices into groups (IoT operators, end-users, functional groups)

  • Billing rules for the IoT connections.

  • Monitor IoT device usage

  • IoT device alarms based on unexpected behavior

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IoT Business Cases for Telecoms

  • Utilities (energy and water metering)

  • Agriculture (irrigation control, chemical application, livestock health)

  • Smart cities (traffic management, environment monitoring, waste management)

  • Manufacturing (automation, predictive maintenance)

  • Logistics (tracking of vehicles, transport conditions monitoring)

Telecom IoT Platform - Key Features 

There are certain must have features in a Telecom IoT platform:

  • Support for both SIM card-based IoT devices, as well as eSIM devices

  • Easy Self-Provisioning functionality (Telecom API)

  • Mobile/ Web App for Provisioning and Monitoring of IoT devices

  • Grouping functionality for the IoT devices

  • Separate billing rules for IoT Connectivity

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