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Gen-i to offer Jasper platform for M2M connectivity

Gen-i to offer Jasper platform for M2M connectivity

The platform will also be available to those who wish to develop a IoT solution that can be used globally

Gen-i will begin to offer the Jasper Wireless platform to customers that are looking to enable machine-to-machine (M2M) connections or grow a locally developed Internet of Things (IoT) solution into global markets.

The company will also leverage the platform to bring new generation M2M solutions to market in New Zealand.

Gen-i head of mobility Dave Shennan said the Jasper Wireless platform will enable the company to support clients across a range of verticals in leveraging telemetry and big data for business advantage.

“The Jasper Wireless platform will help our clients unleash the power of big data by enabling them to simultaneously monitor and manage multiple devices in any location to provide real-time information that they can use to create a competitive edge,” said Shennan.

According to the company, the platform supports flexible business models as well as the automation of operational processes, including custom device provisioning, instant activation, real-time diagnostic tools and detailed billing and usage reports.

The Jasper Wireless platform is deployed in 2500 sites across 15 mobile operator groups, representing over 100 operators across Australasia, the Americas, Europe and the Middle East, including Telstra in Australia and AT&T in the USA.

Developers and others can register their interest here.

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