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The role of MVNOs in providing optimum connectivity for IoT Products and Services

May 1, 2017

MVNOs (Mobile Virtual Network Operators) don’t own a mobile radio network. They aggregate multiple different networks and give customers access to those networks via a single provider. This creates a global connectivity solution, but without all the hassles that come with trying to juggle numerous different mobile networks operators.

Read this Arkessa white paper to understand the role played by MVNOs, how they can be beneficial, and when to keep your distance. Specifically, you'll learn:

  • The benefits of deploying IoT products and services with an MVNO
  • How to improve security and quality of service
  • How to improve battery life in your portable devices
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