On Thursday, 11 July 2019, Amazon will host the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cape Town summit at the International Convention Centre. The summit aims to showcase the rewards that innovation and investment in IoT, hyperscale cloud and associated industry products deliver.
Supported by MTN and SolarNow, Eseye will present as part of the ‘Modernising Your Business’ stream, providing insights into the latest, simplest way IoT devices can be deployed onto AWS.
Jeremy Potgieter, Regional Head at Eseye, says, “if you are considering an IoT project this is your opportunity to see a real-life example of Eseye’s single global AnyNet Secure SIM for AWS in action. And how, with SolarNow, IoT is becoming easier and driving better insights into customer device usage, prolonging device lifecycle and improving business performance.”
Eseye’s newest product, the AnyNet IRIS, a gateway App for AWS services will go live on 1 August 2019. The App is an administration tool that is designed to enhance the user experience and work with the upgraded AnyNet Secure for an AWS IoT global cellular solution.
“AnyNet IRIS transforms the way our AWS Marketplace integration installs, from a run once script to a clear graphical interface that enables customers to select the features they want and to add services as they are needed or become available. AnyNet IRIS also provides a new level of user experience with a view of connectivity performance without having to write a line of code,” says David Thompson, Eseye’s Marketing Director.
“[Features] include a simplified launch process, enhanced visibility of the IoT estate through an action audit log and customer App update notifications,” adds Thompson.
Earlier this year, MTN and Eseye aligned with the AnyNet Federation in support of significant global growth of cellular services onto AWS Cloud. “We are partnering with MTN and look forward to collaborating at the Summit and offering advice to customers who want to learn how to deliver African regional and global IoT deployments onto AWS cloud services,’ says Potgieter.
Edited by Jenna Cook
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