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Asavie Announces Connectivity Marketplace to Provide Secure, Configurable IoT

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According to a recent announcement, Asavie, a developer of Software Defined Networking (SDN) solutions for the Internet of Things (IoT), has created a new connectivity marketplace that enables Mobile Network Operators (MNO) to offer on-demand configurable connectivity to the developer community and Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs).

It is at iSimplyConnect.com, and is designed to help MNOs address the requirements of the developer and maker community by offering single digit proof of concept IoT connections that rapidly scale into production networks on demand. The marketplace will provide developers and makers with access to global cellular connectivity via a secure private IP network to help speed deployment and scaling of IoT projects.

“Our new connectivity marketplace, iSimplyConnect.com will help operators unlock the potential of the maker and OEM communities,” said Ralph Shaw, CEO, Asavie. “We enable MNOs to take the guesswork out of connectivity for these communities by providing an interface for secure and private connectivity, immediate deployment and unlimited scaling of IoT projects globally.”

The features planned for the release will include:
Scalable Connectivity: Quickly prototype, build and deploy connected IoT devices with an immediate connection to the service.

Security: Get security from the outset with a private APN and private IP network, invisible from the public Internet.

No Restrictions: Buy online and get going immediately with a single SIM.

Configurable Connectivity: Create and control a private network static IP address, set data usage policies, as well as regional usage restrictions.

SIM Life Cycle Management: Fully integrated with flexible SIM life-cycle management, which offers organizations unprecedented levels of control.

Affordable Connectivity: The service provides for right sizing connectivity with transparent pricing and bundle offerings.

iSimplyConnect will be available December 15, 2016. Developers and makers can register interest here




Edited by Alicia Young

Editorial Director

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