IoT: It’s One Smart Cookie

I’d like to take a moment and depart from our typical blog structure at KORE. Why? Because I just had a chance to taste the cookies we’ll have at our..

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Modularity: the Key to Powering Your IoT Solution

According to most analyst estimates, some 75-80 billion connected devices are expected by 2030 – that is 7-8 connected devices per human being. New..

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Top 5 Features You’ll Need in a Connectivity Management System

There’s nothing like the feeling of your first successful IoT project. Organizations are excited by the new capabilities, process improvements, and..

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IoT Healthcare Success: Navigating Network Shutdowns and Migrations

When the first IoT devices were deployed, enabling machines to transmit small parcels of data over cellular networks, a 2G network connection was the..

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How To: Survive Cellular Carrier Network Shutdowns

2G and 3G cellular connectivity are at the heart of many IoT devices that businesses and consumers rely on each day. However, North American carriers..

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3 Factors to Simplifying Your LTE Migration

Cellular technology, especially concerning the Internet of Things (IoT), has transformed dramatically over the past five to ten years. As new LTE..

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4 Common Industrial IoT Challenges and Tips for Avoiding Them

Industrial IoT (IIoT) solutions are being adopted quickly. ABI Research predicts that the number of IIoT connections will grow to 5.3B in 2026 across..

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3 Emerging Industrial IoT Opportunities Ushering in 4IR

The Fourth Industrial Revolution (also known as 4IR or Industry 4.0) will tangibly connect the physical and digital worlds, delivering both business..

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IoT Insights Report: Connectivity and Carrier Management

Sourcing IoT connectivity can be one of the biggest challenges for organizations as they embark on IoT projects to drive revenue or transform..

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Reflections from Mobile World Congress Barcelona 2019

Last week, 100,000 industry leaders from around the globe gathered at GSMA’s Mobile World Congress (MWC) Barcelona to share innovations, challenges,..

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What Does eSIM Mean for My Business? Unlocking the Hidden Value of eSIM Technologies

As IoT has exploded over the past decade, organizations have traditionally relied on cellular connectivity delivered via SIM (Subscriber Identity..

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Why IoT Projects Fail: Six Critical Capabilities You Need to Consider

Despite the rise of the IoT across virtually every industry, its complexity continues to create challenges. Organizations attempting to navigate the..

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eSIM 101: An Introduction to eSIM for IoT

Remote Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) card provisioning is becoming a reality for IoT devices. Embedded SIM, or “eSIM,” technology is opening doors..

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Low Power LTE for IoT

When you think about how LTE has furthered the capabilities of IoT applications, what features typically come to mind? Speed, advanced capabilities,..

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LPWAN - Licensed vs. Unlicensed

Traditional M2M solutions have traditionally remained on 2G and 3G technologies, primarily due to the fact that high cost LTE options used to be the..

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IoT Disrupts the Insurance Industry with UBI

Watch any TV show, and you will find yourself bombarded with a seemingly endless amount of car insurance commercials. Many are funny, with lovable..

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LTE: Unleashing the Power of the Connected Car

Last year, for the first time, carriers added services to more cars than phones. Connectivity is no longer a luxury – it is an expectation – and that..

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LTE: More Than a Single Technology

One of the many common misconceptions around LTE is that it is just one, single technology. In reality – LTE is much more than that; it is comprised..

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Can Brick-and-Mortar Retailers Still Reach Connected Customers?

Smartphones have become an invaluable shopping asset for consumers. However, real-time access to competitive products, pricing, and special offers..

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Enter the Age of IoT Independence

Across the U.S., families and friends will gather for barbecues, firework displays, and fun summer activities to celebrate Independence Day. This is..

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For Many Industries, Cellular IoT Connectivity is the Only Viable Option

Think of it this way: cellular IoT connectivity is the reliable, old Jeep that always gets you where you need to go for a really long time. It can..

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IoT and Sustainable Development Goals

In today’s business environment, implementing environmentally sustainable practices is no longer viewed as on option, but as a requirement. Besides..

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2G/3G to LTE: The (Eventual) Switch

We are just about a year removed from the retirement of AT&T’s 2G network, which serves as a beacon of things to come, as it is expected that the..

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Streamlining Home Security Connectivity

For all the convenience and ‘cool’ factors IoT can bring, one of the more important uses of the technology is safety and security. With the advent of..

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IoT Has Room to Grow

In a recent blog, we explored some of the hot topics at last month’s Mobile World Congress Americas in San Francisco. Related to IoT, we had many..

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IoT Security: Why Encryption is No Longer Enough

Earlier this month, a bipartisan group in the U.S. Senate announced plans to introduce legislation that addresses security vulnerabilities in IoT..

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Connectivity: The Most Important Part of Your Business

Many organizations don’t consider how secure, managed connectivity plays such a key role in today’s business environment. When I speak with..

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