Sparkle Launches “IoT Global”, Its Internet of Things Connectivity Service
The new solution was presented at Expo 2020 Dubai along with Sparkle’s global enterprise portfolio
Rome / Dubai, 8 March 2022
Sparkle, the first international service provider in Italy and among the top global operators, launched today its new IoT Global solution during a press meeting held at Expo 2020 Dubai Italy Pavilion. With a long-standing presence in the region and a record in 5G roaming between Europe and the Middle East, Sparkle chooses Dubai to present its enterprise digital solutions.
Connectivity plays a key role for the success of Internet of Things projects - for companies operating internationally, with offices abroad or assets on the move – ensuring transmission of data between geographically distributed Machine to Machine (M2M) devices and the cloud environment that hosts the applications. With the advent of 5G mobile networks and of next generation M2M SIMs, latency is even more crucial to guarantee timely information and precision in business processes.
Sparkle IoT Global is a managed IoT connectivity service allowing companies to control their assets across multiple countries and with a seamless user experience. The solution is based on the use of global M2M SIMs capable of connecting to any cellular network, which means multinational companies don’t have to activate any service with local operators. In addition, thanks to its virtualized and cloud-native mobile network infrastructure distributed on all continents and roaming agreements with more than 500 mobile operators around the world, Sparkle offers high-performance connectivity on a global scale with extremely low latency, making its IoT solution particularly suitable for applications requiring real-time control.
IoT Global enriches Sparkle’s portfolio of enterprise digital solutions – including also MPLS, Ethernet, managed SD-WAN, Cloud connect and Multicloud automation services – aimed at connecting enterprises’ international sites and manage communications both within their internal premises and with their external ecosystems.