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The AT&T M2M Application Platform will allow developers to build global M2M applications and link them to devices and assets via Internet, Wi-Fi, satellite or the AT&T network

AT&T announced the development of a single SIM that offers access to a global platform, which features application development, service management and support.

At the Mobile World Congress (MWC) conference in Barcelona, Spain, AT&T discussed a single SIM coupled with a service management platform, arms connected, machine-to-machine (M2M) device manufacturers and AT&T Control Center powered by Jasper Wireless. Together, vast and readily accessible wireless/mobile broadband coverage is available in key markets via a single SIM.

“Lessons learned by market leading manufacturers suggest that a single carrier supplier with a single SIM solution is often preferred over working directly with multiple regional wireless carriers,” said Glenn Lurie, president of emerging segments, AT&T. “Managing multiple relationships becomes increasingly complex and costly with each additional target market. With our single SIM dedicated exclusively to the Global M2M Offering, the benefit comes from a single solution, backed by an industry leading well managed platform. AT&T has made and will continue to make significant strategic investments with the world’s finest platform providers.”

The AT&T M2M Application Platform will allow developers to build global M2M applications and link them to devices and assets via Internet, Wi-Fi, satellite or the AT&T network. Customers can utilize the single SIM solution to help automate operations and decrease the cost of worldwide connected devices as well as M2M deployment.

“We’ve remained strategically important to our enterprise M2M customers due to our focus on providing the right combination of product, sales expertise, professional services, hardware and applications to support a global M2M deployment,” said Chris Hill, Vice President, Advanced Mobility Solutions, AT&T Business and Home Solutions. “We are committed to building the systems and business relationships required to support our customer global needs, whether that business construct is roaming, or some other business relationship.”

AT&T currently supports about 1,200 different connected devices.

Source: AT&T





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