As user preference for automation hits a new high, the proliferation of IoT devices is only going to increase in the near future. An estimated 80 zettabytes of data is expected to be produced by nearly 42 billion devices added to the IoT network by the year 2025. A myriad of IoT transactions are expected to bombard the servers located across the globe. Therefore, management of IoT platform is only going to become more complex in the coming times. Hence, every smart telecom operator is looking for a capable partner that can manage the IoT platform and make its work easier. This is where an IoT services provider comes into the picture.Continue reading
As new technologies disrupt and transform telecom operations, the only constant in the world of telecom is ‘change’. For those that do not ‘change’ according to the changing requirements, the subscribers punish them by leaving their services.
Amongst the many transformations that are beckoning the telecom industry, IoT is definitely the biggest. IoT is a truly revolutionary tech with great potential and amazing forecasts. According to a survey, the number of IoT devices is anticipated to reach over 20 billion by the year 2020. Such a vast growth is expected to generate trillions in revenue for telcos that are teetering due to excessive competition from all fronts and need a respite in any form. But, a move to IoT does have its challenges that need to be addressed by telecom operators both big and small.Continue reading
IoT is one of the most promising technologies in the telecom industry. According to a forecast by IDC, the number of IoT devices is expected to rise to 41.6 billion. This estimated growth is going to generate 79.4 zettabytes of data, which is going to make the management of IoT platform more difficult than ever before. We, at SecureIoTservices, are an internet of things connectivity provider with long-term experience of delivering telecom services to clients across the globe.Continue reading
Anyone that has started their own business knows that billing is one of the biggest challenges that they will face. It’s also the thing that can make or break a business.
If you are not billing your customers properly or on time, your company runs the risk of losing customers and going out of business. It’s imperative that you partner with a company that knows how to bill your customers properly, especially when you are operating in the telecom space. That’s why it’s so important to partner with an MVNE like Telgoo5 who understands your billing needs. We integrate carrier billing and at a glance, you can see carrier billing and customer billing, while also estimating your net margins. There are over a thousand permissions in the system to help create your own workflow. The bottom line is that we provide our clients with the best possible billing service so that they can scale effectively and continue to provide stellar service.Continue reading
These days the internet is not just confined to computers.
There’s a whole new world of activity related to IOT, or the internet of things. With more and more devices being powered up and connected to the internet, there are more opportunities to integrate technologies using M2M, which is better known as machine to machine connectivity. Machine to machine transactions are completely changing the game, and Telgoo5 is at the forefront of this new innovation with sophisticated infrastructure and IOT systems that are maximizing the technology and using it to help your telecom business.Continue reading
Machine to machine (M2M) service provision is changing at a rapid pace. The days of communication service providers (CSPs) being satisfied with offering vertical solutions in a single area are fading quickly. A recent Bain report on trends in the IoT industry indicates that enterprises are blaming IoT vendors for not helping them to integrate IoT solutions into their businesses. CSPs, therefore, need to strategize to be in position to help their customers. One way to give the needed help is to offer bundled services across various verticals/enterprises to cater to the unique needs of the users in the Internet of Things (IoT). How can a BSS/OSS partner help your company to adapt to the unique needs of the IoT industry?Continue reading
With the world population increasing at an alarming rate and food grain supply unable to meet the requirements, a bleak future awaits us. As resources get depleted with each passing day, a solution needs to be found sooner rather than later. In this perilous situation and with the population fast approaching 10 billion mark, fast IoT development has emerged as a ray of hope.
There are many things that make IoT special. It connects a device to another, allows control of the device from a remote location and has the ability to make life simpler for all of us. Considering what it can do, IoT Services Company and enterprises have started treating it as a phenomenon that will bring about a digital transformation. However, such is the nature of IoT that its employment alone is not sufficient for bringing about a change. Just like the beauty of a thing lies in the eyes of the beholder, the value of IoT lies in the way a business intends to use it. For all the IoT business solution and devices we have, they will be worth nothing if the business employing them is not using them innovatively.
As traffic on the roads increases with each passing day, the risk of accidents has become a cause for concern. Such is the nature of driving that even the safest of drivers fear for their lives. In this gloomy scenario, IoT solutions and services have emerged as a possible remedy for reducing the driving risks.
Intensive R&D and enhanced technology have played a vital role in the evolution of healthcare services. But, such is the nature of human anatomy that we are still left with certain untreatable ailments.
A lump in the breast still sends shivers down the spine of women. Young human beings with a healthy lifestyle still keep on getting diagnosed with terminal illnesses. And, the word cancer still brings life to a standstill. It seems like that all the good work that technology can do for us, it can’t do that one thing, which we desire the most – a cure for cancer.