Smarter Solutions Road Map

Future-proof Connectivity Road Map

  1. Say hello to the Internet of Things.

  2. How does IoT benefit your business?

  3. Identify which products you can replace with a multi-network SIM.

  4. Speak to an expert.

In the past, internet access was mainly through computers. As smaller devices gained internet capabilities, the need for inter-device communication arose, leading to the Internet of Things (IoT) smarter solutions concept.

IoT involves internet-connected physical devices that gather and share data across networks. Despite differing development platforms, they share common core architecture components. Looking ahead, by 2025, Openreach’s phase-out of PSTN lines will impact 500,000 point-of-sale machines handling £30 billion in annual transactions. The transition from analogue services continues, converting around 50,000 lines weekly until late 2025, also affecting over a million UK telehealth devices on analogue lines. Join us on your journey to an All IP business and smarter solutions.

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What solutions are retiring?

3G and 2G

3G, or third-generation, and 2G, or second-generation, are mobile network technologies that have served us well over the years, providing faster data speeds and enabling mobile internet access. However, with advancements in technology, they are now retiring to make way for more advanced and efficient networks like 4G and 5G. The retirement of 3G and 2G is driven by the need for increased bandwidth, improved network reliability, and enhanced user experiences. Upgrading to newer network generations ensures faster connectivity, low latency, and better support for emerging technologies and applications.

Analogue Lines

The era of analogue lines is giving way to the rise of IoT (Internet of Things) technology, marking a transformative shift in how we connect and communicate. Analogue lines, once prevalent for voice and basic data transmission, are gradually expiring as businesses and individuals adopt IoT devices that seamlessly gather, transmit, and exchange data through the internet. IoT’s network of interconnected devices enables real-time monitoring, remote control, and data analysis, revolutionising industries This transition signifies a leap towards a more interconnected and data-driven world, leaving analogue lines in the past and embracing the boundless possibilities of IoT-driven communication.

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