Industry Briefs

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Aeris Fusion IoT Network™

Aeris strives to fundamentally improve businesses by dramatically reducing costs, accelerating time-to-market, and enabling new revenue streams. The Aeris Fusion IoT Network is built from the ground up for IoT and road tested at scale.

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The Aeris Mobility Suite for Automotive OEMs

The Aeris Mobility Suite provides all of the software components needed to build and monetize a successful connected vehicle program with global, multi-regional variation, a best-in-class user experience, and rapid feature innovation—all in less than a year, at a fraction of the cost.

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Top 3 Mistakes to Avoid in Your IoT Program

With well-thought plans, and an experienced provider, businesses can gain the coverage they need, enact comprehensive connectivity management for total device oversight, and be backed by a support structure that focuses on their success.

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Global Scaling of IoT Deployments: More than Just Adding Devices

Businesses need to understand all the scaling issues they may encounter, so that they can choose the right partner as they expand their device fleet. Managing thousands of devices is not a trivial undertaking, so it’s important to get this right from the outset.

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Getting to Market Faster with Over-the-Air Updates

Remote, or over-the-air (OTA), updates today encompass a complete set of capabilities that enable cost-cutting, product enhancing solutions, enabling quick market entry and the ability to update devices as needed.

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Why Aeris? IoT Connectivity Solutions for Management and Cost

Aeris provides multi-carrier, multi-technology IoT solutions. That means regardless of your chosen carrier, and regardless of the underlying technology, Aeris solutions can connect and provide numerous advantages.

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Aeris IoT + LTE-M: Low Cost, High Functionality

With low-cost modules, extended battery life, better signal penetration, and the ability to use existing infrastructure, LTE-M has the potential to improve all IoT business models.

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Distribution Channel Package: Downstream Connectivity Management

Managing connectivity through distribution channels can be very difficult. The challenges are multi-fold and can include large deployments with complex supply chains, lack of visibility and control at the distributor level, and limited ability to influence end users.