Eseye, a pioneer of leading-edge IoT connectivity solutions, today announced the launch of its next generation 'mission control' IoT connectivity platform, Infinity. The Eseye Infinity IoT platform delivers a single, customisable and scalable network for both today's and tomorrow's global IoT deployments.
Until now, IoT has been hampered by its complexity with devices, global connectivity and security challenges. Now Eseye's new platform enables customers to easily scale and evolve their IoT deployment to suit their needs, empowering them to make the right carrier choices, wherever they are in the world.
Nick Earle, CEO, Eseye, said: "We've witnessed strong demand from enterprises who need to be better equipped to reduce the complexity of their global IoT deployments. This has been one of the biggest barriers to large-scale project rollouts. Our next gen Infinity Platform simplifies global connectivity on a game-changing scale, elegantly solving the problems of carrier lock-in, connectivity and security in a single solution.
"The platform is designed to deliver any flavour of IoT connectivity, so customers have total flexibility as the shape and scale of their deployment evolves. We've also made sure that we future proof our customer's investment with a rapid method to integrate other wireless IoT technologies, such as private 5G/LTE and satellite,” he added.
Infinity allows organisations to change and optimise connectivity as their requirements, the market and technology evolve. Single pane-of-glass visibility and centralised reporting ensure the platform captures and manages everything, utilising analytics and AI which in turn reduces service overheads across global IoT estates, significantly cutting the total cost of ownership (TCO).
Infinity’s IoT platform enables devices to be deployed globally
Infinity's 'all in one place' single IoT platform approach means its customers can manage existing legacy SIMs, as well as Eseye AnyNet+ SIMs, and emerging iSIM solutions.
"Eseye provides customers a single platform for easily deploying devices around the world, choosing and switching providers, and implementing policies from a single pane of glass.
Eseye claims it can remove complexity from connectivity, while increasing flexibility and delivering better results. It serves enterprises across many verticals and use cases. Past projects have included Amazon's network of Lockers, Shell Recharge Solutions' network of electric vehicle chargers and Itron's smart meters," said John Gole, Research Director, IoT, IDC.