Verizon Business Launches Global IoT eSIM Platform With International Partners

Leveraging native eSIM and roaming capabilities, this platform ensures seamless connectivity worldwide, with Bell Canada and Telenor as first international Mobile Network Operator (MNO) partners.

Highlights

  • Verizon's IoT platform for global device management.
  • Native eSIM and roaming capabilities with leading MNO partners.
  • Centralized management through Verizon ThingSpace IoT platform.

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Verizon Business Launches Global IoT eSIM Platform With International Partners

Verizon Business, a division of Verizon USA, has launched a global wireless IoT (Internet of Things) platform that will enable businesses to deploy and centrally manage IoT devices across international borders, leveraging both native eSIM and roaming capabilities through strategic partnerships with Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) worldwide.




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First MNO Partners: Bell Canada and Telenor

Verizon Business announced that it has secured Bell Canada and Telenor as its first international Mobile Network Operator (MNO) partners for the new global IoT platform. Collaborating with these MNOs will allow seamless connectivity and enhanced technical capabilities for IoT devices operating across different global regions.

IoT Connectivity with Global IoT Orchestration

"With Verizon Global IoT Orchestration, devices operating in multiple global regions will be able to connect natively via an eSIM profile from one of Verizon's international carrier partners and operate just like a network subscriber in that partner's service footprint, adding the partner's full technical, commercial and multi-network coverage capabilities and enabling solutions that require local connectivity," stated Verizon Business.

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According to Verizon Business, Global IoT Orchestration is seamlessly integrated within the Verizon ThingSpace IoT management platform. This solution enables businesses to centrally manage both global and domestic IoT connections using a seamless API interface.

Customers can effectively manage multinational eSIM connectivity in the United States, Canada, Europe, and the Asia-Pacific region through the MNO partnerships with Bell Canada and Telenor. The company also stated that additional MNO eSIM partners covering more territories globally will be revealed in the coming months.

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IoT Solutions Across Borders

The telco announced that the introduction of Verizon Global IoT Orchestration responds to the growing demand for IoT connectivity that transcends geographical boundaries. By leveraging native eSIM provisioning, IoT devices can maintain seamless connectivity across international borders, similar to a US customer crossing state lines. This negates the need to solely rely on traditional roaming services in global markets.

Also Read: BT Launches IoT National Roaming SIMs for Businesses

Future Prospects

Verizon Global IoT Orchestration is currently available for trials to both new and existing Verizon Business customers in the US. The platform's advanced functionalities, service footprint, and global partnerships are set to position Verizon Business as a prominent player in delivering IoT solutions globally.

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