We’re deploying a dedicated IoT network core that will isolate IoT connections from traditional traffic, make those connections more secure, and bring the network core closer to you.
Wide variety of connectivity options
High speed and capacity are important to smartphones and tablets, but IoT devices are different. They require a broader set of connectivity options including low speed, low power and low cost.
So in addition to high-speed 4G/5G options, we’re also deploying narrowband, low power, wide area (LPWA) options such as Cat M1 and LoRa.
In today’s global economy, IoT devices often have to move across geographic boundaries and across multiple networks. But manually replacing SIM cards in IoT devices in order to accommodate different networks is wildly impractical.
Arm and Sprint are solving this problem with integrated “soft SIM” technology, or iSIM. Instead of changing identities through physical SIM cards, the iSIM is integrated into the processor of the IoT device, enabling advanced, digital and remote management.
A global, converged backbone
Did you know Sprint has a global Tier 1 IP network that reaches more than 155 countries on six continents? Here’s why that’s a big deal.
Wireless services are only wireless for the first part of the journey. After that, they use landline networks. Our IP network serves as the converged backbone of all we do — wireless, wireline and IoT.
Business is global and you need to connect all of your sites, employees and partners, no matter where in the world they are. Our global IP network enables advanced networking services like SD-WAN, IP/MPLS, Ethernet and dedicated internet.
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