Bharti Airtel has become the market leader in India’s fast-growing Enterprise Internet-of-Things (IoT) segment, as per Frost & Sullivan. Airtel Internet-of-Things (IoT) is an end-to-end platform with the power to manage and connect tons of applications and devices in a seamless fashion. At its core is Bharti Airtel’s robust 5G Ready network that comes with the option to deploy NB-IoT, 4G or 2G connectivity using Airtel e-SIM technology. It also has a flexible set of APIs, which enables businesses to make the process of connecting, collecting, and analysing data seamlessly through their existing workflow tools with the guarantee of Airtel’s telco-grade Security.
Bharti Airtel IoT Supports Over 6 Million Managed Connections
Airtel IoT currently supports over 6 million managed IoT connections, including a range of vertical-specific solutions like industrial asset monitoring, smart metering and vehicle telematics with an innovative approach to building IoT solutions. Airtel Business leverages its proven pan-India network to provide customers with IoT connectivity irrespective of their size, industry, or location. MG Motor, Pine Labs, Paytm, Kirloskar, BSES, Genus, Kent, Black Buck, Meghalaya Power Distribution Corporation Limited and Odisha Power Transmission Company are among the enterprises that are already using Airtel’s IoT solutions.
The Report from Frost & Sullivan further added that Airtel Business continues to be the undisputed leader in the Enterprise Mobility space with the highest overall RMS of 43.3%. Airtel Business is trusted by over 2500 large and over one million emerging enterprises across India. It offers an integrated suite of solutions ranging from connectivity to cloud, security, conferencing, IoT and Ad Tech.
This is only the beginning for Bharti Airtel in the IoT business. As soon as 5G arrives and proliferates in the country, the role of IoT will grow even further, and Airtel has a good chance to lead the industry in the said segment. It is worth noting that Vodafone Idea also provides IoT services to its enterprise clients.