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Eseye Incorporates floLIVE to Expand its Global IoT Connectivity

By Chrissie Cluney June 26, 2020

floLIVE has supplied Eseye with a virtual connectivity infrastructure in new regions. This infrastructure comes with complementary management and reporting capabilities via its cloud-based platform, which utilizes floLIVE’s API suite.

The sharing will provide Eseye with an innovative unified connectivity management solution to manage IMSIs from numerous operators. This will increase the company’s global footprint, while adhering to privacy regulations and roaming restrictions. The addition will improve their troubleshooting capabilities and allow them to focus on adding value to customers by expanding into customized and personalized service for specific needs.

“We have been particularly impressed with the support provided by the floLIVE team and their responsiveness and personalized service. With floLIVE’s focus on developing their feature-rich platform and extending partnerships with mobile operators, we can see how much both our own company and our customers, in turn, are going to continue to glean from this relationship,” said Adam Hayes, chief operating officer, Eseye.

floLIVE’s cloud-based platform lets Eseye focus on developing its own core service with unparalleled time to market. An example of this would be extending IoT integrations with hyper-scale Cloud providers. This enables Eseye to increase its global footprint. It also reduces the time to market to bring new localized IMSIs on-line.

This task has been a full-time operation through tracking and managing the multiple MNOs and their disparate upgrade and service schedules, support variables and varying levels of transparency. Applying the floLIVE platform, Eseye has a unified telecoms solution and reduced the number of multiple integrations and also eliminated the previous complexity.

Eseye is in a position to support its own customers and maintain its devices. In the past, it would taken a huge amount of resources to track down a problem and then get an answer from a third-party.


Chrissie Cluney has been a correspondent for IoT Evolution World since 2015. She holds a degree in English with a concentration in writing from the College of Saint Elizabeth.

Edited by Ken Briodagh
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