Globally, companies are looking to drive their digital transformation with IoT-compatible solutions. By using smart devices, automation and cloud networks, IoT offers unlimited opportunities to increase productivity with higher efficiency, lower costs and an improved customer experience. However, to successfully deliver IoT solutions, the challenge of integrating devices, networks, cloud platforms and software in a secure, inexpensive and compliant manner. A number of managed iot services (MSPs) are working to address this challenge.

 

What are IoT managed services?

IoT MSPs provide companies with a unique solution to successfully deploy custom IoT-compatible solutions. With existing partnerships and the necessary infrastructure and consulting expertise, they relieve companies of the complexity of providing, implementing and supporting IoT solutions. A full lifecycle MSP offer usually includes:

Global IoT MSPs allow for cross-border operations, provide support for multiple network operators, and are better equipped for downtime so companies can maintain high quality standards and ROI.

Compared to managed IoT service providers

Nokia WING

Nokia WING is one of the first MSPs to offer cross-border connectivity and IoT services. Provides fully managed services, from device management, operations and security, to customer care and billing for all connected applications. The company works according to a flexible business model with which communications service providers wishing to enter the IoT market can label their services with a white label. Nokia WING is an integrated solution resulting from Nokia's IMPACT platform, Netguard Security, multi-technology infrastructure and carriers, managed services and emerging NB-IoT technology. It is aimed at large companies that want to manage devices in several regions with low latency, cost control and a constant service experience.

Arkessa

Arkessa's collaboration highlights the company's pursuit of global smart city deployments with partners such as Iotic Labs. Arkessa solutions and services offer a strong value proposition for industries such as industrial IoT, transportation and logistics and retail. Arkessa maintains important partnerships, including companies such as Fujitsu, Siemens, Intel and Advantech. These alliances, coupled with Arkessa's market launch strategies and innovative eSIM technologies, give the company a significant advantage.

Aeris Communications

The Aeris customer base is mainly in the United States, followed by Europe and Asia. The company has also provided IoT solutions in East and Central Africa for clients such as BBOXX. In addition, it offers a hybrid technology (TracPlus), which allows aircraft to be tracked in remote areas by switching from cellular networks to satellites.

 

Wireless logic

Wireless Logic has partnered with technology partners to develop and improve its managed service solutions. The company's collaboration with HERE and Google provides powerful, low-cost mapping and geolocation services. By partnering with mobile device-oriented hardware vendors, software and end-to-end communication solution providers, Wireless Logic IoT solutions have been able to offer flexibility and flexibility.

Wireless core

Kore Wireless is a world leader in IoT MSP that has reported a significant number of managed connections in recent years. The company has data center operations in Asia, Latin America, Europe and North America that can be used to support customers around the world. The company's partnerships include mobile telematics, GPS solutions, portable solutions, monetization, subscription billing and device management.