Eseye Launches Multi-Network Machine 2 Machine SIM Card For Mission Critical Applications

By PRESS RELEASE — May 27, 2010

Eseye, an award winning M2M connectivity service provider and product design consultancy, has announced the launch of its AnyNet SIMs.

Available in the traditional card or the more robust chip form; the new SIMs are configured to work across multiple networks and offer continued service should one or more networks be unavailable. Traditionally, coverage issues, network outages, interference or fading signals mean that applications with single network connections are not always able to communicate when necessary.

Eseye's AnyNet SIMs can be managed through the company's management portal which gives control of the connection along with real time views of status and data usage. Failover parameters and network preferences are available alongside many other configuration options such as Fixed IP addresses, IMEI locking to prevent fraud and secure VPN setup.

Eseye's AnyNet SIMs operate globally and are an excellent choice for anyone faced with the task of deploying units in multiple countries. Many of Eseye's customers now benefit by avoiding the difficult choice between picking a home network and accepting roaming charges or negotiating separately in every region and the logistical difficulties this brings. AnyNet SIMs save time during deployment and money on data consumption when compared with single net alternatives.

Ian Marsden, founder and CTO of Eseye, said: "AnyNet SIMs are a great option for any company wishing to make sure that their M2M units are operational 100% of the time. The requirement for reliability is high within our base of security customers but we are also seeing strong demand in many other sectors, particularly healthcare and environmental monitoring, where the delivery of the data is important. The extensive range of features we offer our customers in conjunction with this level of connectivity provides a truly comprehensive approach to M2M."

In addition to providing connectivity services for M2M; Eseye also offer advanced product engineering services. Optimisation, Analysis and Design expertise at all stages of product lifecycles are offered under the company's M2M+ portfolio. "We have been able to optimise some customer products by up to 80% in areas of network efficiency and battery performance" said Marsden.

Eseye's AnyNet SIMs are available now for orders up to 100,000 with larger unit orders taking approximately 2-3 weeks.

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