Combining Satellite tv for pc and Mobile IoT

On this episode of the IoT For All Podcast, Alex Kotler, SVP of Gross sales and Partnerships at POND IoT, joins Ryan Chacon to debate combining satellite and cellular IoT. The dialog covers the idea of multi-IMSI SIM cards that present seamless connectivity throughout a number of networks in varied international locations, useful for units like billboards, ATM machines, and kiosks, the mixing of mobile and satellite tv for pc IoT for purposes corresponding to delivery and agriculture, community outages and the significance of redundancy, the challenges of IoT deployment, and educating prospects about IoT.

About Alex Kotler

Alex Kotler is the SVP of Gross sales and Partnerships at POND IoT. Alex has intensive expertise within the cellular business, having labored in varied roles throughout the most important cellular community operators – AT&T, Verizon, and T-Cell. Alex has performed a pivotal position in growing internet income retention and buyer satisfaction at POND IoT, whereas additionally opening new distribution channels.

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About POND IoT

POND IoT is a dynamic supplier of IoT options. They provide world multi-IMSI SIM playing cards with intensive community protection, web failover options, and IoT & M2M connectivity with versatile information plans. Their main focus is round offering MVNO as a service in addition to retail options with connectivity-to-POS terminals, merchandising machines, and ATMs. Additionally they provide customized gadget manufacturing for all types of IoT purposes and have added assist for Starlink along with Peplink.

Key Questions and Matters from this Episode:

(00:43) Introduction to Alex Kotler and POND IoT

(03:21) Combining satellite and cellular IoT

(05:09) The future of satellite and cellular IoT

(06:47) Satellite, cellular, or satellite AND cellular?

(08:15) Network outages, AT&T, and redundancy

(10:31) Assessing the outage risk of an IoT solution

(11:52) Challenges of working with customers in IoT

(17:07) IoT customer case study: cheap is expensive

(19:00) Learn more and follow up

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