A connectivity management platform optimizes IoT connectivity, enabling businesses to deploy services faster and reach further.
What we’ve learnt with other disruptive technologies is that the quicker barriers to entry are dropped, the quicker the new market grows.
When I started working for tech companies in the late ’90s, things were very hands-on, it was a different age.
The world wide web is saving rhinos and elephants, not through some online survey or a fundraiser, but through SODAQ trackers and Monogoto IoT connectivity
Building Large Scale IoT Deployments: How Monogoto and DeviceTone Deliver Flexible and Secure Solutions Over Cellular Networks
Cloud of Things was established based on the principle of providing customers with a Ready to Run IoT solution enabling them to connect, process data, and control any variety of IoT sensors more easily than ever. We make it simple to make products smart, and we make it possible for product manufacturers to extend their offerings with Connected Field Service applications.
There has never been an industry that thrives more on partner ecosystem dynamics than the Internet of Things. Because we are connecting the physical and digital worlds, making hardware, firmware, software, networks, and applications perform in a harmonious way from the edge to the cloud and back again is mission critical.
Don’t sacrifice your IoT devices security. Connect through a secure MVNO like Monogoto and enjoy enhanced security with fast ROI than if you had to set up your own security measures.
Working from home:
A lot has been said about increased productivity and family time as positively impacted during the COVID-19 quarantine. I am discovering that it’s also good for writing and for analyzing the many conversations that my partner Itamar and myself had regarding cellular, WiFi, and the future of connectivity.
My generation grew up in the early days of the internet and global connectivity. The only truly global network was the phone network. Any content or other service was provided by a local operator.
Traditional mobile network operators are not remarkable. Far from it. Apparently, MNOs still have a “one product fits all” approach, which makes no sense when you look at where the future of cellular communication is heading.