People & Products Podcast: Thingstream’s Neil Hamilton on GSM for the IoT

May 2, 2019 Alix Paultre

 

With the growth in Cloud-enabled IoT devices and applications, the communications infrastructure is a critical enabler. In this podcast we talk to Neil Hamilton, co-founder of Thingstream, The company has an intelligent Global Connectivity Platform that offers low-power, cost-effective, ubiquitous IoT connectivity.

Thingstream’s GSM-based platform enables devices to use the existing and extensive GSM network that exists almost everywhere. Devices communicate with IoT Messaging, a novel combination of MQTT and USSD messaging protocols. With no IP (internet) dependency, things are inherently more secure, and the connectivity platform enables two-way intelligent communication with proven scalability.

 
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