Vodafone Business and América Móvil announce an association to offer products and services on the so-called Internet of the Cosas (IoT) globally, facilitating the connection between devices.
“The result will allow it to be more simple and efficient for service users IoT of both companies to implement international solutions within this ecosystem, in addition to combining their platforms, their experience in connectivity and IoT services ”, both companies in a joint newsletter.
In this way, customers of Vodafone Business will be able to connect IoT devices in Latin America.
Lies that users of América Móvil IoT – a concept that refers to the digital interconnection of everyday objects through the Internet – will access one of the largest global networks through Vodafone.
"The combination of capabilities of both companies will help users increase the rate of digitization and simplify access to the global opportunities offered by the Internet," added the text.
Likewise, customers will also be able to rely on the knowledge and experience of each partner to comply with local regulations.
“With this in mind, we have expanded to a greater global presence of IoT services and partnered with one of the worst players in Latin America,” says the newsletter. Stefano Gastaut, Director of IoT at Vodafone Business.
Therefore, for Marco Fourteen, director of Mobile Value Added Services of America Movil, this type of association brings a "mutual benefit" that impacts on users.
According to the "Vodafone Business IoT Barometer" report, the number of companies using IoT worldwide has increased by more than one in the last few years, but 95% of users worldwide have seen great benefits. in your projects.
Vodafone, of British origin, is one of the world's largest telecommunication companies and has been recognized as a global leader in IoT services by distinguished industry analyst firms.
Vodafone's IoT platform connects today to over 85 million devices worldwide.
Mobile America, owned by Mexican magnate Carlos Slim, is one of the largest providers of integrated telecommunications services and provides value-added services and communications solutions, with 362 million access lines in 25 countries in America and Europe.