A Multi-Dimensional IoT Platform that Offers Robust System Security


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WHY IOT DEVICE MANAGEMENT AND IOT PLATFORM IS CRUCIAL FOR TELCO SUCCESS As IoT becomes the next big thing in the telecom industry with a projection of well over 20 billion devices in 2025 telcos are on the lookout for next-gen ​IoT platform to exploit it to the fullest. Management of IoT sensors along with IoT billing forms the ​crux of a successful operation ​. To ensure maximum returns out of an IoT venture it is essential to think of it as a business transformation rather than a mere technology upgrade. The Need for Effective IoT Sensors and Device Management IoT sensors and devices are the physical entities that play a vital role in the optimal performance of an IoT platform. Device management includes the overseeing of IoT workstations routers gateways modules and ​most important of all sensors ​. The management of IoT devices should be done in such a way that it allows for application of patches on times firmware updates device alerts and complete reporting.

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As IoT devices and sensors can be of different types it would be very difficult for a telecom operation to ​manage all the disparate ​ components effectively.

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What IoT Device Management Encompass Below are some important things that are essential for effective device management of IoT sensors ​ and devices: 1. Device installation and integration A good device management platform must come with proper documentation for device integration. A device agent is required for bringing in homogeneity into the complete set of device management competencies. The ​best way to approach integration ​ is by employing an API-rich environment that has specific APIs for different business use cases. 2. Device and sensor update facility IoT devices are sprawled over a large area. Expecting users to update the devices manually is simply too much to ask. Therefore an ​IoT platform ​ ​should come with OTA Over the Top firmware ​upgrade capabilities ​. The IoT telecom operators should be able to devise and dispatch the updates on time but only after testing the viability of the update in the real-world environment. 3. Device monitoring and security enforcement Out of all the technologies in which telcos deal in IoT is the most prone to security threats. The main reason for this is that a host of devices are connected via the air interface. As these devices can have any type of platform it can be hard to implement security. Therefore it is important to use an ​ IoT platform ​ that provides security during transmission ​ and also at the location where the data is stored. Also it is important for the people looking after the IoT platform to have a set of interfaces that provide a peak into each and every IoT transaction. Administrators should be able to have a glance at metadata KPIs and any

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abnormality that creeps into the system. The admins should have complete visibility into subscription management data routing analytics/reporting and the overall billing and monetization. 4. Convergence in IoT billing Subscribers who will be using your IoT services won’t want a separate bill that shows separate charges for IoT. Also they would like to have complete bifurcation of billing data. This can be implemented only if you have a ​quality telecom billing ​ system that uses a centralized charging platform like OCS. An OCS charges ​ services in real-time and allows for the generation of itemized and detailed invoices with complete transparency in ​IoT billing ​. Conclusion With its great mysteries riches and uncertainties IoT is a difficult riddle to solve for telcos. But the task can be made considerably simple if you employ ​an IoT platform that allows for complete IoT sensors and device management along with full convergence in billing ​.

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