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.
For the benefit of any readers who aren’t familiar with iBASIS, can you tell me a little bit about the company?
That’s the background in voice. What’s the interest in IoT?
Tell me a bit about the tools you have within the organisation for connecting IoT devices.
What was the rationale for the purchase of Simfony?
And you mentioned there were a couple of things that were relevant for connectivity, what was the other?
Using remote SIM provisioning and eSIM profiles is very hot at the moment. Tell me what you’re doing there?
How would you summarise your approach to the IoT connectivity space? What are your company beliefs?
How does that impact the customer experience in the market?
Any views on the current state of the standards for remote SIM provisioning, particularly the SGP.31/32 IoT variant?
What about the other interesting SIM-related development, iSIM? What do you think of that?
How about 2G and 3G sunsets, how do you see that affecting your customers?
Are there any other interesting trends that you’re seeing in the US?