Wireless Logic overcome permanent roaming challenges in IoT
Wireless Logic has achieved a significant milestone in its expansion strategy by introducing a permanent local connectivity solution for Brazil.
This development solidifies the company's global presence, with its advanced connectivity solutions and remote SIM provisioning (RSP) capabilities now encompassing major markets including India, China, Singapore, the USA, Canada, and Brazil. Wireless Logic is setting new industry benchmarks by navigating through regulated roaming restrictions.
Organisations with multi-country IoT deployments have long faced challenges due to permanent roaming restrictions, which are increasingly being enforced, including the imposition of access fees. Wireless Logic has leveraged its top-tier carrier (MNOs) ecosystem and eSIM technology to offer global solutions that comply with local regulations. eSIMs provide a distinct advantage over traditional SIMs, enabling businesses to store and automatically select multiple profiles based on business logic. These profiles can be pre-loaded during production or deployed over-the-air (OTA), simplifying manufacturing processes, reducing the need for multiple product SKUs, and enhancing operational flexibility.
Oliver Tucker, Founder and CEO of Wireless Logic, commented: “For businesses aiming for international growth, managing SIMs and devices across various networks can be daunting. Our ‘network of networks’ approach removes these hurdles. By working directly with MNOs, we enable businesses to concentrate on their core operations, while we adeptly handle the complexities of permanent roaming.”
With its extensive expertise and millions of eSIMs deployed globally, Wireless Logic is a leader in tackling regulated roaming challenges. Its strong global presence ensures smooth data management through a private network infrastructure and 15 strategically located data centres. These centres are essential for applications needing low latency and in regions where data sovereignty is crucial.
Tucker added: “This achievement reflects our dedication to offering top-tier IoT connectivity solutions. By addressing regulated roaming constraints in ten key markets, our customers can now expand their IoT deployments without boundaries. This marks a crucial step towards a more streamlined, efficient, and cost-effective IoT ecosystem.”
Wireless Logic has made ten acquisitions in two years and formed new strategic partnerships. The company now provides connectivity for over 13 million ‘things’, supports customer deployments in 165 countries, holds direct agreements with approximately 200 MNOs, and offers access to over 750 networks worldwide.