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Cubic Launches IoT Platform

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LOS ANGELES -- Cubic Telecom, a leading connectivity technology enabler, today, at Mobile World Congress Americas, announced the launch of its next-generation platform, the Global Connectivity Management Platform offered as a Service. With the platform now available to IoT device manufacturers worldwide, the ability to connect any object anywhere and enable any connected application has become a reality. The first devices hosted on the platform are already being managed in Europe, the USA, and South Korea, with the rollout of locally compliant service to continue across all regions.

This unique platform solution brings industry-first capabilities, including standards-based remote SIM provisioning use and cloud-native advanced connectivity management functions such as zero-touch device registration and connectivity activation across different mobile networks, regions and regulatory conditions.

With the number of cellular IoT connections set to reach more than 3.5 billion by 20231, manufacturers and providers of connected devices and IoT applications expect these connected services to work anywhere in the world. Cubic Telecom’s next-generation IoT platform has entirely new integration capabilities, making it easy for device manufacturers from an array of different industries to deliver a truly global connectivity solution to end-users through one global SIM and one platform.

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