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IoT Now Ayay Joseph’s Interview

iBASIS Chief Technology Officer and IoT Head Ajay Joseph sits with Matt Hatton of IoT Now to discuss why simple, open flexible and automated connectivity is enabling the new wave of mass-scale global IoT deployments.

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When Engaging In A Cellular IoT LPWA Deployment, More Than Just The Device Hardware Must Be Considered – Part 2

Depending on the network technology available or the vendor equipment used in constructing a particular MNO’s network, that MNO will most likely implement LTE-M or NB-IoT, but usually not both. That’s because, depending on which camp the network vendor is in, it is easier for the MNO to upgrade their existing core network equipment to support LTE-M or NB-IoT. From a network deployment perspective, the following market observations should be considered with respect to each LPWA technology.

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The Voice of Our Customer – Atlantic ACM Benchmarking Results 2022

Over the past several years, iBASIS has invested heavily in continuing to improve our systems and align our programs and resources to best support our customers. The strong relationships that we have fostered with our carrier partners and the multiple prestigious awards that iBASIS has won in the last year for Mobile, IoT, and Voice services demonstrate the result of these efforts. We are dedicated to maintaining this momentum, and our key focus remains on ensuring that you are pleased with iBASIS services and support.

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iBASIS Engages in the Fight Against Illegal Robocalling

SMS remains the most ubiquitous communication channel regardless of your data connection or lack of one, your roaming status while traveling, or whether you have an old feature phone or a smartphone. The universal feature and affordability of SMS are what makes SMS a reliable communication tool for so many organizations.

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Unlock Your A2P Monetization Strategy

A2P, or application-to-person messaging, refers to any kind of messaging traffic in which a person receives messages from an application such as marketing messages, appointment reminders, chat bots or virtual assistants, notifications, and one-time passwords (OTPs) or PIN codes.

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