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apacciooutlook | Monday, February 29, 2016
FREMONT, CA: Ooredoo, a provider of telecommunications solutions, announces its new portfolio of services that include Machine-to-Machine (M2M) and Internet of Things (IoT) Solution for businesses.
The demand for IoT and M2M solutions is rapidly increasing. Companies look forward to automate day-to-day activities by leveraging Iot and M2M services. IoT and M2M services provide solutions to these companies by enabling business assets of the company to communicate directly with each other or with a central command centre.
Ooredoo’s IoT Connect- a managed connectivity solution, has been bolstered by partnering with Ericsson. The connectivity solution is based on Ericsson’s Device Connection Platform (DCP) and allows customers to fully control their IoT and M2M connectivity bya cloud based M2M platform.
Ooredoo’s cloud-based infrastructure allows companies to easily access IoT/M2M SIM networks seamlessly across all markets thereby reducing the costs and providing better central control. Ooredoo is also offering end-to-end vertical solutions such as Fleet Management in a range of markets.
Ooredoo is working with a wide range of enterprises, government and small businesses to develop solutions on its IoT/M2M platforms. These include solutions for Business-to-Business (B2B) processes such as procurement, billing/charging, and even Business-to-Consumer (B2C) processes, such as retail for consumers. In addition, it is developing solutions for the monitoring of M2M traffic, online ordering and ticketing functions using the IoT Platform.
“Ooredoo sees huge potential for M2M technology in all our operations, as more enterprises look to deploy the power of the Internet of Things. We have a clear roadmap for the development of IoT services, including ongoing investment in delivering a global, cloud-based solution for our customers, and we have a series of exciting new solutions in development with our global network of partners,” says H.E. Sheikh Saud bin Nasser Al Thani, Group CEO, Ooredoo.