The experts at Beecham Research deconstruct what makes up the perfect IoT platform and profile the options across the IoT operational chain. Download as a PDF
Today, Chipset, Module and Device manufacturers all over the world are striving to increase their revenues through a “recurring revenue” model, by switching from pure hardware sales to a combined hardware + ongoing service model. To do so, they require worldwide cellular coverage for their hardware, without the complexities related to owning and maintaining a core cellular network. MNOs are facing their own challenges, with IoT and M2M devices proving to be unprofitable to most operators: Most MNOs bear an annual cost for every subscriber registered in their core network regardless of whether the device is active or the size of their ARPU. Typically, only 10% of IoT and M2M devices are active, with ARPU often lower than their annual cost. Thus, MNOs are also seeking new means and business models to attract customers to their network. Download as a PDF
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A powerful new mobility cloud platform to improve the safety of road users is being tested on the open road in the UK. Drawing on the power of mobile and data technologies, the platform is a new type of information superhighway which will ultimately connect vehicles, cyclists, pedestrians and infrastructure in a seamless digital transport […]
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