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Telit unveils additions to IoT Portal at CTIA Super Mobility

Steve Rogerson
September 9, 2015
Telit has announced the latest version of its IoT Portal, which consolidates a suite of connectivity management functions with the company’s DeviceWise IoT application enablement platform. The service, which is being demonstrated at this week’s CTIA Super Mobility in Las Vegas, enables companies to deploy, configure and manage end-to-end IoT deployments from a single, cloud-based portal.
Whether starting out or already operating thousands of remote devices across the globe, the portal is said to make it easy to connect thing to apps by seamlessly integrating any device, production asset and remote sensor with web-based and mobile apps and enterprise systems, across any wireless network.
The newly-added connectivity management addresses all aspects of mobile communications provisioning, including seamless integration with mobile network operators (MNO) and connected device platforms (CDP). Users can activate or de-activate devices, manage SIM cards, analyse connection quality, and set all provisioning and data plan parameters.
This platform function is especially useful in preventing data overage and overall data cost management. The CDP integration feature aggregates federated data across multiple wireless networks – a useful capability when operating IoT deployments in different countries and regions around the world.
From the same portal, users have continuous access to all the functions of the DeviceWise platform, including device on-boarding, edge-intelligence, data collection, data transport, data storage, data delivery and application integration. Developers can connect, collect and control anything with a single, standardised API set that is common across device integration, connectivity management and application development.
“The developer-friendly Telit IoT Portal provides instant and full access to the mature and comprehensive features and all the necessary tools and resources for your IoT project,” said Alon Segal, CTO of London-based Telit IoT Services. “No upfront investment is required and companies can focus on developing compelling applications that help transform their business, not the engineering of underlying technology infrastructure.”
The portal is said to reduce risk, time-to-market, complexity and cost of deployment for monitoring and control, industrial automation, asset tracking and field service operations across all industries and market segments around the world. Additionally, users enjoy professional maintenance and support and on-going upgrades to new features and capabilities
The latest release of the portal is on show at this week’s Telit DevCon in Las Vegas. Additionally, there are live demonstrations on the Telit exhibit at CTIA Super Mobility.