1NCE, a global IoT platform carrier of cellular connectivity and software service provider has teamed up with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to bring its cloud native IoT offering closer to customers worldwide.
The two companies will aim to develop next level IoT software-speeding up global deployment of IoT projects.
1NCE has developed a software offering on AWS that enables IoT developers to integrate cellular IoT connectivity into their own solutions with plug and play functionalities. The collaboration will allow the expansion of 1NCE platform via AWS infrastructure globally, increasing the platforms performance.
“This intensified engagement with AWS also allows us to boost our network and IoT software portfolio at greatly improved conditions and with the appropriate know-how,” said Younes Allaki, chief technology officer at 1NCE in a statement.
“We can leverage synergies between the AWS infrastructure and our IoT platform which helps us to develop our next Level IoT Software at low costs. This is a prerequisite to implement new features into our existing IoT Flat Rate offering, like protocol conversion, energy management and localization services,” he said.
1NCE is funded by Softbank and the German telecommunication company Deutsche Telekom with direct access its networks and roaming partners via 2G, 3G, 4G, LTE, NB-IoT and LTE-M in over 100 countries worldwide.
The company enables business customers to connect their IoT devices for $10 USD for ten years. According to statement from 1NCE, “…its IoT Flat Rate offering has proven to be a real disruptor within the IoT world.”
The company will be showcasing its IoT services at this year’s CES show in LAS Vegas from January 5-7 at booth 10343.