Nokia has announced its collaboration with HMD Global. With the utilization of Nokia’s WING or Worldwide IoT Network Grid, HMD IoT solutions for enterprises will get seamless global internet of things connectivity. This partnership will enable the customers of HMD Connect Pro to track as well as manage connected devices across the globe.
HMD Global CEO Florian Seiche said that they are announcing the next step for going above the traditional enterprise mobility into the world of IoT. This will open up a whole another market opportunity for our company.
Companies that will use the HMD Connect Pro can track the connected assets in real-time anywhere and can use this single platform for enhanced security, visibility, and productivity. The technological expertise of Nokia in IoT connectivity as well as in 5G infrastructure will offer businesses a trusted and futureproof technology support for their IoT use cases during their growth.
HMD Connect Pro enables businesses to handle many devices through a simplified management portal. With the help of this integration, enterprises will be able to manage SIM lifecycles and assure that they are secured at all times. From connected vehicles to connected healthcare or connected containers, companies of all sizes will be able to use the intuitive and powerful self-service portal. By just using a single platform, customers can monitor all their IoT activity. The collaboration of Nokia and HMD Global will provide uninterrupted connectivity while giving customers a competitive edge, raise security and help in achieving their IoT ambitions.
Nokia’s chief of Network Function, Ankur Bhan, said that through a partnership with HMD Global, they would deliver IoT network presence worldwide and will surely maintain the customer support level. The Connect Pro service will give the optimum advantage of the connectivity ecosystem which is growing at good pace. Nokia’s WING will reduce the complexity for companies by allowing a borderless connected IoT world. It will also enable them the maximum over their assets anywhere around the world.
Through the help of Nokia’s WING, HMD Global will get the pre-integrated infrastructure that will help the company to enter new markets with the least risk or complexity. The Connect Pro service of HMD will utilize multiple operator SIMs inside the enterprise devices to connect the best available network. One will also be able to transmit data through the Nokia Core node. It will also ensure the minimum latency in connectivity for consistent service levels and real-time monitoring.
Companies will get the advantage from the nimble and secure operations and will be able to adjust connectivity as per their needs. It will allow the enterprises to stay in cost controls with transparent billing and will give assurance of the alignment with the local regulations.
The collaboration with Nokia WING connectivity with HMD Connect Pro Service is an excellent step to provide businesses a simple platform for managing and connecting their mobile assets. By using the Nokia WING, the company will quickly benefit their customers and take advantage of IoT in an effective as well as in a cost-efficient way, said the VP of services of HMD Global, Janne Lehtosalo.
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