Comms365, experts in advanced 5G-ready IoT connectivity solutions, has launched its IoT-dedicated portfolio under a new brand, ‘IoT- CaaS’ (IoT Connectivity as a Service).
IoT-CaaS has been formed to address growing market demand for Enterprise-grade IoT connectivity and to deal with connectivity market fragmentation caused by partial network rollouts, by combining multiple global IoT connectivity standards for UK and European IoT project deployments under a single service provision.
Building on existing private network infrastructure and dedicated connectivity to IoT Operators and MNOs, Comms365’s IoT-CaaS combines NB-IoT, LTE-M, LoRaWAN, SigFox, 4G, 5G and more, the first and only provider in the UK to do so. This suite of IoT connectivity offerings is easy to adopt and use by systems integrators, software, hardware and platform providers as there are no upfront commitments, targets or lock-in mechanisms, which is in direct contrast with traditional offerings.
Drew Morris, Sales Director, Comms365 said, “the evolution of the Internet of Things is tremendous, and now in its many forms, is incorporated into our daily lives. In becoming the first UK provider to offer all types of IoT connectivity with IoT-CaaS, Comms365 has risen to the challenge and removed the barriers organisations face around the lack of ubiquitous networks or industry standardisation. Irrespective of the nature of their project, businesses can now obtain all types of IoT connectivity from a single specialist, allowing them to reap the full benefits IoT technologies offer.”
IoT-CaaS is designed to offer a flexible, cost-effective and scalable solution to systems integrators, platform and software vendors, device manufacturers and end-user organisations who would like to reap the benefits of mass-scale IoT but are uncertain as to how and where to proceed.
Whether a project or use case is best suited to LoRaWAN, NB-IoT, SigFox, LTE-M, 4G or Wi-Fi connectivity technologies, Comms365 can assist businesses to build an appropriate IoT network infrastructure solution and put in place the managed connectivity services to maximise functionality, practicality and cost-efficiency of an IoT project.