Eseye announced as Advanced Technology Partner in Amazon Web Services Partner Network


Eseye, a leading global cellular internet connectivity provider for IoT devices, today announced it has reached Advanced Technology Partner status in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner Network (APN).

Becoming an Advanced Technology Partner differentiates Eseye as an APN member that has demonstrated relevant technical proficiency and proven customer success, delivering solutions seamlessly on the AWS platform. To receive the recognition, APN Partners must possess deep expertise of the AWS system and undergo an assessment of the security, performance and reliability of its solutions.

Julian Hardy, CEO at Eseye, says: ‘This news validates Eseye’s position in the industry as a global cellular connectivity provider for IoT devices, enabling the data ingest from these devices to customer’s cloud storage platforms.  Eseye’s achievement of the AWS Advanced Technology Partner tier demonstrates our ability to address the real world exponential growth of IoT data storage in the cloud. This AWS recognition helps AWS customers to identify Eseye as a trusted partner to engage with to connect their IoT devices to their AWS cloud.”

“The announcement is also testament to the realisation of Eseye’s continued plans for quality delivery of innovative, secure and long lasting solutions focused on real business outcomes.”

Eseye delivers Machine-to-Machine (M2M) solutions which cover a large global footprint, with customers in 160  countries, and offers unique service and support for the most robust and reliable network.

Working with AWS and becoming an Advanced Technology Partner will be pivotal in enabling Eseye to provide continuous support across the AWS platforms, and ensure businesses can realise the true value of IoT through the delivery of fully managed and secure M2M cellular connectivity.

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