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Global IoT Connectivity
Whether you need oodles of data, long-term power efficiency, global IoT connectivity over massive distances, or all three, we’ve got you covered.
One SIM, boundless connectivity
We’ll help you pinpoint whether your project needs NB-IoT or LTE technology; then we’ll get you connected and keep you connected, wherever you are in the world.
Refine terms and tariffs until they’re the perfect fit for you, and control your SIMs with precision and ease.
Is cellular connectivity right for my solution?
- Multi-network, unsteered SIMs find the strongest network, every time
- Connectivity across over 650 networks in 180 countries
- Bespoke tariffs as short or long as you need, with any amount of data.
- Optional add-ons including data aggregation and static IPs available
- Fully managed with usage alerts
Looking for cost-effective, open-spec connectivity tech that’s easy to deploy?
Or got a solution deployed over a wide area that needs to stay up-and-running for long stretches of time? We’ve got you covered with our LPWAN options—and we’ll help you pick the one that’s perfect for your business.
Is LPWAN right for my solution?
- Keep your solutions connected over massive distances
- Maintain signal through densely packed locales
- Cost-effective, customisable and easily deployed
- Unbeatable power efficiency
Not quite what you need?
We also offer solutions using:
Bluetooth is a top pick for close ranged solutions with low power requirements. Now a staple in most smartphones, it’s an inexpensive, easily-adopted wireless option.
- Gauge a medical patient’s vitals
- Power smart home applications
- Enable robotics solutions
Wi-Fi is at its best when used for broadband network connections in a confined space. It’s the ideal choice for high-power, bandwidth-hungry applications that remain deployed in a fixed location.
- Transmit security camera footage
- Monitor power meters
- Enable smart building functions
Satellite-based connectivity far outranges any other option, with excellent global coverage. Requiring only a satellite phone and contract to get started, it’s the go-to option for far-reaching fleets or remote locations with little to no other network support. Middle of the desert? No problem.
- Track assets on a global scale
- Enable comms with remote sites
- Keep fleets connected mid-transit
Radio-frequency identification tags are similar to barcodes but better. Many tags can be scanned by one reader at once; and they don’t require line-of-sight, transmitting data across distances of 100 feet or more. Reliable, versatile and fast, RFID is perfect for asset-tracking within a defined area, such as a warehouse.
- Manage complex inventories
- Identify livestock
- Keep retail goods secure