JT has been shortlisted in the ‘Internet of Things’ (IoT) category in this year’s Connected Britain Awards.
It has joined the likes of Sky, Cisco and Westminster City Council on the list of finalists at the prestigious telecoms industry awards, with the winners to be announced – virtually – between the 23rd and 25th September.
Supported by more than 600 roaming agreements across the world, JT can offer multiple network access through a single SIM card, which provides robust, secure and ‘always on’ connectivity.
JT’s award entry focussed on the Nomad IoT Management Platform, which allows our customers to reduce their operating costs by enabling them to monitor and control large numbers of SIMs quickly and efficiently.
A ‘rich’ set of features – such as device location, geofencing and data consumption monitoring – can be accessed via API or UI to orchestrate provisioning, billing and support across multiple operators through a single interface.
In 2020 JT launched its first ‘embedded-SIM’ (eSIM) proposition. eSIM allows customers to easily change their network providers ‘over the air,’ eliminating the ‘lock-in’ effects of traditional SIMs.
Barna Kutvolgyi, MD of JT International, commented: “The Internet of Things is now a truly global phenomenon, with applications across the healthcare, mobility, automotive and infrastructure sectors, all of which are now supported by JT’s solutions.
“We have built an excellent reputation as a global supplier of connectivity, building on our large portfolio of roaming and wholesale agreements which the JT team developed as a way of keeping travellers and any devices connected around the world.
“I’m delighted that the hard work and success of JT’s team has been recognised with this short-listing by such a prestigious scheme as Connected Britain.”