Mobily launches M2M management platform

Mobily and Cisco offering M2M and IoT management service
The Mobily M2M offering will help customers to manage multiple M2M and IoT devices.
The Mobily M2M offering will help customers to manage multiple M2M and IoT devices.


Mobily has launched a new connectivity management platform, which will allow customers to manage M2M and IoT devices.

The Mobily Control Centre uses Cisco Jasper technology to provide a platform to manage connectivity of IoT applications.

The platform provides a group of unique functions including data usage control, the ability to define different business rules, self-connectivity diagnostics, and the flexibility of having customized data packages based on allocated data per SIM or shared data pools with any number of SIMs and dynamic package switch based on usage behavior, in addition to many other features.

The platform is completely hosted at Mobily data centres within Saudi Arabia and is available Kingdom-wide.

Ismail AlGhamdi, chief business officer, said: "Mobily continues the path of strengthening its pioneer position especially by providing new and innovative technologies in the Kingdom. IoT is one of the most important technologies that Mobily business provide to its customers through a unique platform to manage connected devices. We are confident that IoT became necessary to development and growth, therefore; we are committed to build the best capabilities that provide the technology to IoT services. Today, our cooperation with Cisco Jasper comes as an initiative in coherence with Mobily's technology vision. Our common vision considers IoT a priority to Mobily business particularly that it can strengthen its position as a lead company in providing markets with next generation innovative services and platforms."

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