IoT trends for 2018

While we must admit that 2017 was a great year for both 1oT and IoT in general, we are eager to look to future and see what 2018 will bring to this amazing sector.These  projections and expectations are what we are most excited about for the coming year.

Navigating the maze of certification in North America

Whether you’re in the prototype phase or have already developed a wireless IoT or M2M device to bring to market, the task of navigating the maze of certification in North America may seem daunting at first. The proper certification is as important as any other step in designing a wireless device and preparing to launch it. While certificates can seem like an afterthought or the last step of product development it is important to remember that missing certificates can cause setbacks in getting products to market according to your timeline.  

Meet the 1oT Team at #MWC18

We’re pleased to announce that 1oT will be attending Mobile World Congress 2018 (MWC18) in Barcelona from 26 February - 1 March 2018. It is the world's largest exhibition for the mobile industry and a conference featuring prominent executives representing mobile operators, device manufacturers, technology providers, vendors and content owners.

The end of dual-SIM in IoT!?

Everybody has experienced Dead Zones and areas with bad reception for certain telecom's networks. As companies are deploying their devices in multiple regions & cities, and more and more IoT devices are finding its way to rural areas, the risk of having bad connectivity is high. That is why many device makers have decided to insert two SIM cards, from different telecoms, to ensure good connectivity whether the device is in a big city or in the middle of nowhere. Unfortunately, this means getting two bills for every device deployed, doubling the costs.

Telia Launched Commercial Testing of 1oT’s Revolutionary Platform

The global cellular connectivity provider 1oT and the mobile operator Telia Estonia started providing 1oT’s connectivity management platform to selected Telia’s IoT and M2M customers. With the pilot project, Telia’s customers can manage their SIM cards and mobile data traffic via the revolutionary 1oT’s self-service platform called 1oT Terminal.