Cost-effective cellular targets last mile for IIoT

October 19, 2020 //By Jean-Pierre Joosting
Trilliant partners with 1NCE cellular last mile for IIoT
Trilliant and 1NCE combined technology enable cost-effective cellular ideal for last mile low data IIoT and smart meter applications.

Trilliant has agreed to partner with 1NCE to deliver low-cost cellular connectivity designed to make last mile connections for low data IIoT and smart meter applications.

1NCE is a leading global Tier-1 Internet of Things (IoT) carrier that enables scalable cellular communication services seamlessly across all available technologies such as 2G, 3G, 4G, NB-IoT and LTE-M at a single tariff in over 100 countries worldwide with no additional service fees. 1NCE is specialized in managed connectivity services for IoT applications including asset tracking, tank monitoring, vehicle telematics, waste management and smart metering.

The technology provides Trilliant with another route for last mile mobile communications to support low bandwidth IoT, IIoT and smart grid devices, and further enables flexible options for smart metering and additional IIoT devices to accommodate future growth as customers' unique needs evolve.

“Trilliant is a leader in smart metering, smart grid and smart cities and a natural partner for 1NCE’s innovative connectivity solutions”, said Alexander P. Sator founder and CEO of 1NCE. “Trilliant has one of the largest cellular controlled smart meter portfolios globally and partnering with our global platform with full eSIM and multi-bearer management capabilities further enhances Trilliant’s technical and commercial propositions in fast-growing, security-led IIoT environments.”

www.trilliant.com
www.1nce.com

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