Cubic Telecom Jumps on the Global IoT Platform Bandwagon

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The Global Connectivity Management Platform is available to IoT device manufacturers around the world.

Connectivity technology company Cubic Telecom recently announced the launch of its new IoT platform. The platform-as-a-service Global Connectivity Platform is available to global IoT device makers. Europe, South Korea, and the United States have already begun to manage devices on the platform; locally compliance service will roll out to all regions soon.

The platform features standards-based remote SIM provisioning use and cloud-native advanced connectivity management. Its tools include:

  • Zero-touch device registration
  • Connectivity activation across networks, regulatory conditions and regions

The new platform puts control into the hands of the company’s customers — connected device manufacturers. The world-class IoT platform delivers seamless connectivity anywhere. It offers advanced connected services through a single global partner and platform — and complete freedom of vendor choice. This flexibility enables manufacturers to control their service experience end to end.

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The company’s software platform integrates multiple OEM IT systems and operator platforms with its own global Core Network eliminating the need for multiple and separate activations. It also offers the ability to onboard different mobile networks at any time. The platform has open interfaces, end-to-end coverage, and flexible workflow options. Users can choose their preferred network and service providers and the Global Connectivity Management Platform takes care of the rest with seamless integration.

Sue Walsh

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Sue Walsh is News Writer for RTInsights, and a freelance writer and social media manager living in New York City. Her specialties include tech, security and e-commerce. You can follow her on Twitter at @girlfridaygeek.

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