Convergencialatina
Tuesday, January 07, 2020

IoT business continuous reformulation: now flexible plans, complement with big data and NB-IoT are tested

The formula for the promised “explosion” of IoT does not seem to be in the hands of operators. The business does not take off and Movistar, Claro and Personal go out in search of new approaches to add aggression against the offers of unlicensed networks (Sigfox and LoRa, for example). As summarized by Marcelo Guglielmucci, Marketing and Commercial Planning Manager of Claro Empresas, in dialogue with Convergencia, “there is a continuous reformulation of the business model: whether it is connectivity plus infrastructure, plus a business fee, plus advice, the first variant or the first two, or the other alternatives, or giving everything”.  


Debe ingresar para continuar leyendo.


Usuario
Contraseña
¿Olvido su contraseña? Ingrese aquí
¿No tiene usuario? SUSCRIBIRSE

Last news and analysis

Paraguay · Terrestrial Backbones

13/02/2020

After delays and a US$ 12 million investment, the National Fiber Optic Network would be ready in March

In spite of the accusations of delays, the Ministry of Information and Communication Technologies already set an end date.

Bolivia · Politics

06/02/2020

Bolivian lithium subject to the ups and downs of politics

Evo Morales annulled the agreement established with a German company to manufacture lithium batteries and develop the Salar de Uyuni and now the new government is looking for a “friendly” solution.

Argentina · Satellites

05/02/2020

Argentina promotes the development of its third satellite

Another medium and geostationary device is in the plans of the new government. A meeting held yesterday between the state operator Arsat and the technology company INVAP - which built the two satellites that are operational - ended with the announcement that the development for the construction of the third national satellite will begin.

Search news