CommunicAsia starts on Wednesday and runs through to Friday - and Telecom26’s global connectivity team will be out in force. This week we will also be at MVNOs World Congress in Amsterdam as discussed in last week’s blog.
Next week our global connectivity team will be at MVNOs World Congress in Amsterdam which describes itself as “the biggest gathering of the global MVNOs community” and “a front runner in delivering critical insights and enabling powerful connections across the global MVNOs industry”.
Choosing a mobile connectivity provider for enterprise and IoT applications isn’t as simple as it sounds. Often, businesses contract with a single provider in a particular country and that’s that. But, for data-based applications – such as IoT and M2M, is that always the right decision?
Sherif Bakir, the CEO of Vodafone Roaming Services (VRS), recently wrote about “How we are evolving our Maritime Mobility service to meet the needs of our customers” in which he noted that “the world of maritime connectivity is changing”.
The global and maritime connectivity team from Telecom26 agree – and firmly believe that cellular is key to enabling effective digital comms and transformation on-sea.
When searching for a service provider that can meet your roaming needs, you may encounter the term “Global SIM”. What is this and how does it differ from what we might understand as a Local SIM? And, how can it benefit you and your business? The short answer is that a Global SIM enables connectivity to a wider range of networks. In turn, that can deliver significant cost savings.