The Telecom26 global IoT connectivity team who work with our healthcare customers will be off to Dusseldorf for Medica, the world’s largest event for the medical sector which runs from 14–17 November.
For more than 40 years Medica has been firmly established on every medical expert’s calendar. It’s where decision-makers from across the sector gather to exchange ideas and learnings.
As part of the show, the Medica Healthcare Forum “brings together innovators, tech entrepreneurs, investors and industry experts. It is the global hotspot for the latest technologies and innovations driving digital transformation in healthcare” .
Topics that will be discussed include connected medical things, AI and big data, robotics, health monitoring and diagnostics and mobile health.
These are all subjects that the Telecom26 medical connectivity team are very familiar with, and we are looking forward to joining in the discussions.
Healthcare is just one of the market verticals that Telecom26 is working within to improve connectivity.
Telecom26, IoT and the need for always-on reliable connectivity
Telecom26 has been providing IoT connectivity to digital healthcare programmes across the world for several years.
Our previous blog IoT healthcare and the need for global connectivity discusses the growth in the market with predictions that “the global internet of medical things (IoMT) market is expected to swell to a $158 billion valuation in 2022, up from $41 billion in 2017”.
Here you can read about how Telecom26’s IoT connectivity is helping to control the spread of infectious diseases.
In a nutshell, we are providing IoT connectivity to the ehealth and mobile health services of SystemOne across Africa - Ghana, Lesotho, Malawi Mozambique and Zimbabwe - and in Bangladesh.
SystemOne is a pioneer in the rollout of ehealth and mobile health solutions across the world, implementing the digital backbone for medical diagnostics, and managing data for testing programmes for TB, HIV, Malarai, Ebola - and, most recently, COVID-19.
Telecom26 - your partner for IoT connectivity
At the heart of Telecom26’s IoT service for digital healthcare programmes across the world are our global eSIMs and physical SIM cards.
These can be inserted in medical devices that need connectivity either when they arrive at the clinic, or at the point of manufacture. This means that wherever the medical device ends up, with a Telecom26 IoT eSIM card it can connect to the local network.
So, rather than leaving the problem of connectivity downstream, to the end-user or agency that deploys the device - who may well end up blaming the device rather than poor connectivity - wouldn't it be better to ensure devices natively equipped with connectivity, ready to go when activated in the field?
Just one of our eSIMs in an IoT device:
- Provides access to all of the networks covered by our global roaming service. That’s 1100+ cellular networks belonging to 650+ mobile operators in 200+ countries.
- Removes the need to worry about the coverage of a single MNO, or the existence of roaming alliances. Our eSIMs select the best performing network in the area, cross-border, while providing enterprises with the freedom to change SIM profiles and services with ease.
- Can be customised with routing profiles built for each IoT device according to a customer’s needs and budget. For example, for organisations that are more price sensitive we can ensure that our Global eSIM cards automatically connect to the cheapest service in the area.
In a nutshell, Telecom26 enables data connectivity, anywhere - so that your IoT device can connect to the best available network, regardless of location.
You can read more about our IoT eSIM service here.
And more information about Telecom26’s IoT Connectivity for Healthcare portfolio can be found here.
If you’d like to find out how Telecom26 can help your organisation to embrace the benefits of IoT eSIMs, IoT Networks, improve IoT connectivity and maximise IoT Security please contact us.