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1NCE Challenges Industry Paradigm with Super Accessible High Data IoT Solution

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Looking back, 2023 was chock-full of slam dunks for connectivity and software innovator, 1NCE. Its achievements included:

  • Its powerful software tools for connected products, accessible through 1NCE OS.

  • 1NCE positioning itself as the “Robin Hood of IoT,” in terms of real industry care.

  • 1NCE Plugins, extending 1NCE’s platform capabilities to supercharge IoT products (about which I also spoke at length with 1NCE COO Ivo Rook).

A productive year for the company, we’d say.

Looking forward, 1NCE has teed up its 2024 game plan for further IoT wins, as well.

Earlier this morning, 1NCE officially launched the High Data IoT solution for its customers – for one global price and with no hidden fees, volume commitments or overage penalties, either.

Here’s the scoop:

Since 2018, 1NCE has been disrupter in the IoT connectivity industry. Fast-forward to present day, and more than 18,000 customers worldwide use 1NCE’s services. Plus, its lifetime license has been a great fit for use cases necessitating low data (e.g. smart city implementations like smart metering and street lighting, plus asset tracking and so on).

Now, 1NCE has cued this introduction of high data capabilities for an even greater bounty of uses that can be managed via the 1NCE platform.

Additional benefits of extending to High Data IoT include:

  • Only $5 USD per GB, which offers a distinctly cost-effective solution for scaling IoT deployments and connecting high data products anywhere, and with speeds up to 25 Mb/s (and, as mentioned without incurring substantial or worrisome expenses) – thus, efficiently meeting high-speed requirements without bottlenecks
     
  • Usage flexibility via 1NCE’s pay-as-you-go model; aka only paying for the data you use, which is incredibly practical with present-day IoT; it accounts for fluctuations and needs therein to adapt to varying data usage patterns
  • Coverage in 168 countries, enabling seamless international rollout scenarios

According to Rook, “Our customers grew a staggering 42% last year, outperforming their competitors by rolling out more products across multiple countries with 1NCE. Opening our platform for high data was the next logical step to support their expansion.”

New customers interested in 1NCE’s High Data IoT can get started here, with support available in 25 languages.




Edited by Greg Tavarez
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