Wireless Logic reaches new milestone top overcome IoT permanent roaming challenges

Wireless Logic reaches new milestone top overcome IoT permanent roaming challenges

With a new solution for Brazil, IoT connectivity leader now covers all key markets with regulated or constrained roaming policies.

IoT services provider Wireless Logic has established a permanent local connectivity solution for Brazil, marking a significant milestone in the company’s expansion strategy.

With its remote SIM provisioning (RSP) capabilities and cutting edge connectivity solutions now spanning all key markets globally, including India, China, Singapore, USA, Canada and now Brazil, Wireless Logic continues to redefine industry standards by overcoming regulated roaming restrictions.

Permanent roaming restrictions have long been a hurdle for organisations with multi-country IoT deployments. If anything, these restrictions, including the enforcement of access fees, are on the rise. In response, Wireless Logic has harnessed its best-in-class carrier (MNOs) eco-system and the power of eSIM technology to deliver seamless global solutions which are also compliant with local requirements. Unlike traditional SIMs, eSIMs empower businesses by allowing multiple profiles to be stored on SIM and selected automatically based on business logic. Profiles can be pre-loaded during production or more crucially, deployed effortlessly over-the-air (OTA). This streamlined approach minimises manufacturing complexities, reducing the number of product SKUs required and ensuring operational flexibility.

“Navigating the complexities of SIM and Device management across diverse networks can be overwhelming for businesses seeking international expansion,” said Oliver Tucker, Founder, and CEO of Wireless Logic. “We are eliminating these barriers with our unique ‘network of networks’ approach. By liaising directly with MNOs on behalf of our customers, we empower businesses to focus on their core operations while the intricacies of permanent roaming are expertly managed.”

Wireless Logic’s extensive experience, coupled with millions of eSIMs deployed worldwide, underscores its leadership in addressing the challenges posed by regulated roaming. Additionally, with its strong global position, Wireless Logic ensures seamless data management through a private network infrastructure and 15 strategically positioned data centres, catering to applications with low latency requirements and regions where data sovereignty is paramount.

“This milestone demonstrates our commitment to delivering world-class IoT connectivity solutions,” continued Tucker.

“By addressing regulated roaming restrictions in ten key markets, our customers now have the freedom to expand their IoT deployments without limitations. This is a significant step toward a more streamlined, efficient, and cost-effective IoT ecosystem.”

With ten acquisitions in two years and new strategic partnerships, Wireless Logic provides connectivity for more than 13 million ‘things’. It currently supports customer deployments in 165 countries, has direct agreements with around 200 MNOs and provides reach into more than 750 networks globally.

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