Pelion Connectivity Management 2.0 delivers advanced automation engine to scale IoT

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Pelion Connectivity Management 2.0 delivers advanced automation engine to scale IoT

Arm released its Pelion Connectivity Management 2.0 integrates latest advanced automation engine and will focus on the successful automated management of billions and trillions of IoT devices connected worldwide in the future. The Pelion Connectivity Management will fulfil the need of mobile network operators (MNOs) where automation is required to remove the connectivity barriers required for IoT to scale. This provides MNOs the simplicity of a single platform for managing IoT connectivity across all their device’s lifecycles. Also, the MNOs can leverage Pelion Connectivity Management 2.0 and drive additional revenue opportunities by enabling their enterprise clients with capabilities for automatically configuring their IoT devices. 

 

The Pelion Connectivity Management 2.0 features new automation capabilities which will significantly improve the IoT services, reliability and speed of connectivity that MNOs deliver to their enterprise customers – whether it’s the provisioning of new devices or ensuring monthly bills never go over a set threshold.

 

Automation capabilities now available with Pelion Connectivity Management 2.0 include:

  • Real-time data triggers: Create rules that are triggered by what’s happening in the physical world
  • Seamless remote Subscriber Identity Module (eSIM) provisioning management: As devices travel the globe, the automation engine ensures the correct service and commercial configuration
  • Automating business processes: Reduce operational costs in IoT deployments and improve profit margins for MNOS providing IoT services

 

The new automation engine features come standard with Pelion Connectivity Management 2.0, which is now available globally for MNOs. Select enterprise customers will also have access to a beta version of these features.

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