IoT should make you efficient. However, connecting an army of cellular devices can be manual, costly and reactive. Cisco IoT Control Center manages the connectivity of all your IoT devices in one global SaaS solution.
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50+ service providers, 82 countries
Automate to make connectivity more cost-effective and reliable. Manage complex device lifecycles. Get full 24/7 visibility and fix issues on the spot without ever calling your service provider.
New machine learning-powered anomaly detection alerts you to issues before they damage your business. New smart billing capability optimizes rate plans so you always pay the most cost-efficient price for your cellular connectivity. New private network management capability consolidates both your public and private networks in the same platform.
Easily build new offerings or expand your geographic footprint. Our platform is the global standard trusted by more than 50 service providers, covering 82 countries over 6 continents. Flexible configurations such as zones and multi-party billing help you evolve your business with your markets. A deep ecosystem of proven partners gets you to market fast. Our new turnkey eSIM service streamlines SIM hand-offs and eliminates costly portability delays.
Deploy with confidence, backed by Cisco security, investment and industry expertise. We help enable business outcomes for more than 67,000 IoT customers and are leaders in connected car, manufacturing, utilities and more. Our new Cisco Validated Designs share tested plans to connect remote and mobile assets. We will technically support the full benefits of 5G before the end of 2020. Cisco has partnered with service providers and their customers to incubate 5G use cases that will provide the most value to your business.
“Cisco IoT Control Center is the leading connectivity management platform on the market on multiple fronts.”James Brehm, Founder and Chief Technology Evangelist, James Brehm & Associates
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