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 Protection of critical telecom network resources

El despertar del operador M2M (ComunicacionesHoy)

En un escenario de profunda transformación, protagonizado por tendencias como el Cloud, IoT, Big Data o SDN, los operadores ven como un grupo de nuevas compañías nacidas en la era digital les comen el terreno, apropiándose de sus áreas de actividad tradicionales, debilitando sus posiciones en el mercado y restándoles atractivo de cara a los clientes.

Blue Telecom Consulting becomes Tele2 partner in IoT, provides its M2M Active Monitoring System (IoT Now)

Blue Telecom Consulting (BlueTC®) is to provide its M2M Active Monitoring System to Tele2 Sverige AB (Tele2). The main interest of the operator of Swedish origin lies in the system’s ability to passively and actively monitor key performance indicators in its own or third party roaming networks. Tele2 will initially be employing the monitoring system in its global machine-to-machine (M2M) cellular networks, thus enabling optimisation and the tailoring of services to vertical customers’ specific needs for machine connectivity.

Blue Telecom Consulting becomes Tele2 partner in IoT, provides its M2M Active Monitoring System

Blue Telecom Consulting (BlueTC®) is to provide its M2M Active Monitoring System to Tele2 Sverige AB (Tele2). The main interest of the operator of Swedish origin lies in the system’s ability to passively and actively monitor key performance indicators in its own or third party roaming networks. Tele2 will initially be employing the monitoring system in its global machine-to-machine (M2M) cellular networks, thus enabling optimisation and the tailoring of services to vertical customers’ specific needs for machine connectivity.

Blue Telecom Consulting firma un acuerdo de colaboración con Tele2 en el área de IoT (elEconomista.es)

Blue Telecom Consulting (BlueTC®) suministrará su M2M Active Monitoring System, a Tele2 Sverige AB (Tele2). El interés principal del operador de origen sueco está en la posibilidad que ofrece esa solución de monitorizar tanto de forma activa como pasiva indicadores clave en sus propias redes y en las de socios, las de roaming.

Blue Telecom Consulting firma un acuerdo de colaboración con Tele2 en el área de IoT

Blue Telecom Consulting (BlueTC®) suministrará su M2M Active Monitoring System, a Tele2 Sverige AB (Tele2). El interés principal del operador de origen sueco está en la posibilidad que ofrece esa solución de monitorizar tanto de forma activa como pasiva indicadores clave en sus propias redes y en las de socios, las de roaming.

Unlocking the full potential of IoT through quality assurance (IoT Now)

Achieving the kind of digital transformation required to implement a successful IoT initiative requires changes that must span the closely intertwined areas of strategy, processes and technology, breaking down traditional organisational and technical silos. Companies should closely examine every relevant area of their own business processes and commit to an ongoing plan of continuous improvement if they’re to reap the very real benefits of the IoT vision. This obviously also applies to the networks and connectivity domains that underpin any IoT offering and which must support increasingly complex value and revenue chains.

Roaming, el talón de Aquiles del M2M (Computing)

La confianza es buena, pero el control es mejor. Digo esto porque, hoy en día, la gran mayoría de operadores y organizaciones que emprenden proyectos M2M se contentan con que sus dispositivos dispongan de una conexión, pero no se preocupan de saber si esa conexión cuenta con la suficiente calidad para garantizar que el servicio se desarrolle de forma apropiada. El problema se agrava cuando es necesario utilizar varias redes, como es el caso en escenarios de roaming. Es posible que los operadores partners ofrezcan una calidad aceptable, pero también puede haber grandes diferencias entre ellos.

Assuring quality of service in M2M and IoT connectivity (M2M Now)

Despite being a key building block of any wider M2M solution, there are important differences between M2M connectivity services and traditional mobile services that need careful consideration as these, by definition, can’t provide human feedback. On top of this, many M2M users need global connectivity, which in turn involves international roaming partners. Is trusting global roaming partners sufficient or should the market demand a more sophisticated approach from those operators providing M2M services - in particular where mission-critical M2M/IoT services are involved, asks Miguel Angel García Matatoros, managing director, Blue Telecom Consulting.

This IoT Masterclass is intended for operators and MVNOs who provide connectivity services via cellular to M2M businesses and for companies who already employ or are planning to implement M2M/IoT technologies in their businesses.