Aexonis and JpU Partner to Simplify IoT Deployments

By Ken Briodagh June 28, 2018

In a recent release, Aexonis, a maker of IoT mediation and management software for MVNE/MVNO, and JpU, a provider of virtual mobile core technology announced the signing of a partnership agreement that reportedly will enable organizations to become an IoT operator or enabler by rapid implementation of IoT deployments with a full array of Cellular IoT applications and devices.

“With the integration of the JpU virtualized cellular core, Aexonis can now provide key mediation and common user interface and management capabilities for IoT deployments that may require any combination of RF technologies,” said Frederick Reynolds, VP, marketing, Aexonis. “The flexibility of JpU’s mobile core allows us to leverage it for both access and backhaul, as well as IoT and communications services where required.”

JpU’s HyperCore technology will provide Aexonis the ability to leverage cellular networks for IoT deployment so the company can offer organizations a way to build IoT deployments that leverage cellular technologies with LoRaWAN, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth.

"We are pleased to form a close strategic relationship with Aexonis as their technology is complimentary and market focus aligns perfectly with JpU," said Jonathan Schwartz, CEO, JpU. "Both companies are focused on making IoT easier and cost-effective for network operators and the enterprise alike, while our joint solution set is applicable for deployment in a wide range of market verticals."

Aexonis’s CemTore is an open, virtualized IoT mediation and management software suite that is designed to bring together a variety of IoT protocols, technologies, devices and applications and make them work together intelligently. The virtualized software suite reduces the number of management systems to one by combining radio frequency management, network infrastructure, device management, and data security and analysis into one user interface.

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

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