Five Ways to Leverage Cellular IoT

By Telecom Tech Outlook | Wednesday, October 28, 2020

Cellular data can implement private network technology such as VPNs, APNs, and IPsec protocols to provide an extra layer of protection to the device, network, and data.

Fremont, CA: Cellular IoT connections use the same 2G, 3G, or 4G networks as mobile phones. However, IoT devices use M2M SIM cards and other connections that are mainly designed to address commercial and industrial applications' requirements.

Here are five benefits of cellular IoT:

Network Switching

M2M SIM cards can be changed between carriers with steered or non-steered open roaming ability. A non-steered SIM card allows the device to automatically connect to the network with the strongest signal in the location to provide continuous, reliable connectivity and reduce downtime.

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Cellular data can implement private network technology such as VPNs, APNs, and IPsec protocols to provide an extra layer of protection to the device, network, and data.

Options for Connectivity

Users can choose any connection that is suits the data transmission needs from the subcategories of cellular IoT connections.

Large Coverage Area

Cellular IoT covers an extensive area as it uses existing mobile networks to help manage device implementation in various cities and countries. This is essential for IoT projects that obtain data for asset tracking, transportation, and other enterprise applications.

Remote Management and Analytics

Cellular IoT devices can be managed remotely with the help of an IoT problem that allows users to connect, disconnect, or troubleshoot devices from anywhere. An IoT platform can track device downtime, usage, and other metrics to facilitate the IoT project.

See also: Top IoT Companies

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