Tele2 IoT Launches Cloud-Based Router Solution

By Ken Briodagh September 28, 2017

In a recent release, Tele2 has announced the launch of a new cloud-based routing solution: 2ROUTE. This 2ROUTE solution is designed to make it possible to collect, route and manage all IP data, from multiple cellular service providers, in one single interface, in order to make data management easier, smarter and more cost-efficient.

Today, many enterprises operate within an infrastructure made up of multiple suppliers, in order to optimize cost, stay compliant with regulations and maintain network coverage. This, Tele2 said, can lead to multiple IT and network integrations, impose a management burden and introduce additional overhead costs. 2ROUTE provides a management and routing platform for all IP traffic, across different cellular IoT deployments, and with its suite of APIs and web self-service, enterprises will get access and the ability to configure the IoT network settings. It is deployed on top of a scalable cloud infrastructure, and allows enterprises to isolate selected data by setting up secure sub-networks.

“As the orchestrator of a smarter world, we aim to launch services that make IoT adoption easier, increasingly secure and more efficient,” said Rami Avidan, CEO, Tele2 IoT. “Our 2ROUTE service is an excellent example where we launch a service that reduces overhead and hardware cost, enables a quicker time-to-market and provides tools to improve our customers’ product quality and security. Our strategy to develop open, enduring and inspiring products is now visible for the entire world and the release of new disruptive services will increase over the next year.”

2ROUTE is designed to bring benefits to customers like fleet management providers that would like to give end-customers the ability to directly access and manage devices as though on a private secure network, without requiring new configuring. A number of Tele2 IoT customers reportedly have already started testing the solution. 

Ken Briodagh is a writer and editor with more than a decade of experience under his belt. He is in love with technology and if he had his druthers would beta test everything from shoe phones to flying cars.

Edited by Ken Briodagh

Editorial Director

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