IoT platform offers enhanced connectivity management -

IoT platform offers enhanced connectivity management


Pelion Connectivity Management 2.0 from Arm offers automation functions that allow mobile network operators (MNOs) to scale their IoT networks and improve the speed and reliability of IoT connectivity processes. Based on an advanced automation engine, Pelion Connectivity Management 2.0 enables organizations to automatically manage millions of devices across multiple countries and different networks.

New automation capabilities in Pelion 2.0 include real-time data triggers, seamless remote subscriber identity module (eSIM) provisioning management, and automation of business processes. The automation engine monitors network traffic 24/7 for triggers, the rules of which can be simple or complex built by logical AND/OR statements.

Mobile network operator NOS, the largest communications and entertainment group in Portugal, will migrate their entire IoT subscriber base to Pelion Connectivity Management 2.0, using it to monetize their IoT connectivity and expand their service to customers outside of Portugal. Pelion 2.0 will enable NOS to run analytics on network performance and device provisioning, as well as automate processes and settings based on a certain amount of data usage or specific timeframe.

“Arm is the first mobile virtual network operator to roll out an automation engine directly to global enterprises,” said Nigel Chadwick, vice president and general manager, Pelion Connectivity Management, Arm. “Arm will significantly help enterprises overcome the challenges of moving from pilot IoT projects to a global scale.”

The new automation engine features come standard with Pelion Connectivity Management 2.0, which is now available globally for MNOs. Select enterprise customers will also have access to a beta version of these features.

>> This article was originally published on our sister site, EEWeb: “Engine-Driven Platform Automates IoT Management.”

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