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October 8, 2015

IoT/M2M suite separates smart meters from heart monitors

News: Suite ensures complete control and differentiation of IoT/M2M services.

By Joao Lima

Mobile inter-carrier services provider Starhome Mach has unveiled its M2M/IoT portfolio to give operators, system integrators, and service providers new ways to operate in the IoT space.

The company said the products will help to differentiate service levels on an individual device level basis, including features to prioritise device management in high loads situations. For example, the suite prioritises heart monitors above electricity meters when these situations happen.

The technology also allows identification of inbound devices with operators able to take appropriate action. The firm said that this ranges from offering the host differentiated service for the device to steering the device away from its network if it is poorly configured or has no commercial value.

It also said that enablement is the core piece of the IoT/M2M portfolio through managing bulk SIM activation, lifecycle management, and enterprise billing.

Itai Margalit, CEO at Starhome Mach, said: "Operators must compete in the global IoT/M2M market by differentiating their solutions against existing players."

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