New Eseye Connectivity Among First Featured Products on AWS Marketplace IoT Product Listing
London – 26th July 2017: Eseye announced details of a new, fully integrated, enhanced global cellular connectivity service, available on Amazon Web Services (AWS) Marketplace and featured on the new Internet of Things (IoT) category landing page.
AnyNet Secure Cellular Connectivity is a new Software as a Service (SaaS) product designed exclusively for IoT device deployments and available to AWS customers on AWS Marketplace. The cellular service is one of the first to directly integrate with AWS to enable customers to globally deploy IoT devices and securely activate, provision, authenticate and certify ‘things’ over-the-air, and finally to ingest data from these devices onto AWS for further data processing. AnyNet Secure Cellular Connectivity on AWS Marketplace is an easy way to buy and manage SaaS products that combine with the enhanced multi-IMSI/operator global roaming capabilities of Eseye’s established AnyNet Secure SIM Card, which is newly offered for sale on Amazon.com.
“AnyNet Secure Cellular Connectivity on AWS Marketplace combines two distinct offers from Eseye and AWS, making it significantly easier for AWS customers to purchase, scale and manage cellular connectivity for their local, regional or global IoT device deployments,” said Damian McCabe, Eseye’s GM Americas. “The availability of AnyNet Secure SIM Cards on AWS Marketplace creates a near seamless end-to-end deployment.”
Eseye has developed pricing based on message buckets that are issued through, and align fully with, AWS’s billing system. As a result, cost management is simple and transparent across what can be massive and highly dispersed IoT estates.
“AWS Marketplace is excited to have Eseye AnyNet Secure available to AWS customers looking to solve IoT connectivity between the cloud and hardware devices,” said Barry Russell, General Manager of Global Business Development, AWS Marketplace and Catalogue Services, Amazon Web Services, Inc. “Eseye is a dedicated AWS Partner Network (APN) Advanced tier member, which also achieved AWS IoT Competency status. We see value in customers’ ability to procure and deploy the complementary hardware component on AWS Marketplace with just one click.”
Countries able to access AnyNet Secure Cellular Connectivity via AWS Marketplace include the USA, Canada, Australia and EU28. For a complete list, please click here. Eseye plans to quickly extend coverage to include all 440 Mobile Network Operators across 190 countries, currently available with the AnyNet Secure SIM Card.
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Eseye aims to reduce the risk and total cost of ownership of M2M Internet of Things (IoT) deployments, enabling enterprises to take more products to market and succeed. Through the simplification of global cellular connectivity, businesses benefit from one SIM, one monthly bill service provider and one tech support for all device types, versions and end locations.
With over 800 customers across the globe, Eseye delivers highly secure and resilient cellular data services both through Mobile Network Operators partnerships and its revolutionary AnyNet and AnyNet Secure Subscriber Identity Modules (SIMs). These multi-operator SIMs provide unique zero-touch, highly secure, remote device provisioning and true freedom to roam across a vast number of international MNO partnerships. Eseye is an AWS Advanced Technology Partner, IOT Competency, and holds ISO 27001 accreditation.
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