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Tele2 IoT is named as a global Niche Player in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Managed M2M Services Worldwide

In less than five years, Tele2 IoT has been able to establish its position in the IoT/M2M market globally. The company has been growing its number of partners and customers year by year. Tele2 IoT has customers with devices in more than 160 countries and is proud to again be recognized in the Gartner Magic Quadrant.Managed M2M Services

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We believe being included in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for the second consecutive year is a great recognition of our strong offering that continues to deliver flexible and innovative IoT solutions to the market. Now we are gearing up to continue to improve our scores next year‘, says Ingrid Wistrand, CEO Tele2 IoT.

When assessing Tele2’s IoT services, Gartner looked at two key areas:

  1. Completeness of vision – Tele2 IoT’s market understanding, marketing strategy, sales strategy, product strategy, business model, vertical/industry strategy, innovation and geographic strategy
  2. Ability to execute – Tele2 IoT’s product/service offering, overall viability, sales execution/pricing, market responsiveness/record, marketing execution, customer experience, and operation

Tele2 IoT is part of the Tele2 Group, managing all businesses across M2M and IoT. With a broad offering of connectivity and enabling services, our horizontal market position makes our offering suitable for all industries. We help customers develop and implement the right IoT solution, and we help them grow when they’re ready through our portfolio of enabling services and infrastructure-as-a-service.

Managed M2M services play a crucial role within the Internet of Things (IoT). Here’s a breakdown of how they work together:

The IoT Connection

  • IoT expands M2M: IoT builds upon the foundation of M2M communication, with a vast expansion of connected devices from sensors and wearables to industrial machinery and smart home appliances.
  • IoT’s complexity: This increased scale means an enormous surge in complexity around connecting, configuring, managing, and securing these vast device networks.

How Managed M2M Services Help IoT

  1. Simplified Connectivity:

    • Managed services streamline cellular, low-power wide-area (LPWA), or satellite connectivity for the diverse collection of devices within IoT deployments.
    • Providers handle SIM provisioning, network optimization, and seamless transitions between technologies where needed.
  2. Centralized Device Management:

    • Remote device monitoring, troubleshooting, and over-the-air (OTA) updates become crucial tools to keep thousands of IoT devices functional.
    • Managed services provide user-friendly dashboards and automation to handle deployments on a massive scale.
  3. Data Handling and Analytics:

    • Providers gather vast amounts of IoT device data and present it through actionable dashboards.
    • They often help integrate this data with analytical tools, transforming it into insights for improving operations and developing new offerings.
  4. Proactive Security:

    • IoT devices remain a frequent target for attacks. Managed M2M providers constantly update security measures and monitor for threats.
    • They help organizations stay ahead of vulnerabilities, protecting connected devices and data integrity.

Specific Use Cases

  • Smart Cities: Managed M2M enables connectivity for intelligent street lighting, traffic management, waste collection optimization, and environmental monitoring.
  • Industrial IoT: These services manage sensors on manufacturing equipment, implement predictive maintenance schedules, and ensure connectivity within challenging factory environments.
  • Connected Healthcare: Secure IoT device management streamlines remote patient monitoring, asset tracking for medical equipment, and telemedicine solutions.

Key Benefits of Managed M2M in IoT

  • Faster Rollouts: Pre-built infrastructure and expert knowledge allow businesses to accelerate their IoT initiatives.
  • Operational Efficiency: Streamlined management frees businesses to analyze data and improve decision-making, rather than struggling with technical maintenance.
  • Reliability and Uptime Proactive monitoring, upgrades, and security measures maximize the availability and dependability of IoT applications.


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