Telit and Porto Seguro Conecta Give Brazilian IoT Users Faster Rollouts and Lower Costs with Module-Embedded SIMs
Telit’s simWISE solution avoids the cost, complexity and time to market limitations of physical SIMs
As a leading Brazilian MVNO, Porto Seguro Conecta’s offering gives their customers new ways to reduce their IoT device footprint and streamline ongoing operations
London, June 12, 2018 – Telit, a global enabler of the Internet of Things (IoT), today announced Porto Seguro Conecta has begun offering Telit’s simWISE solution to its IoT customers across Brazil in verticals including agrobusiness, fleet management and utilities. With simWISE, Porto Seguro Conecta customers now can create lower cost IoT devices, and provision and maintain them remotely without costly truck rolls.
Telit simWISE replaces the traditional SIM card and tray with a module-embedded SIM technology. This architecture significantly reduces the cost of manufacturing and owning connected products—major benefits in the highly cost-sensitive IoT market. Click here for more information about Telit simWISE.
“With over 700,000 connected devices across Brazil, Porto Seguro Conecta was looking for a local partner in the Brazilian IoT market, Telit was a natural choice,“ said Mario Calcagnini, Telit LATAM IoT Solution Director. “This partnership is the latest example of how Telit is a global company with a local footprint.“
“Telit’s simWISE solution gives fleet owners, agricultural companies and other businesses unprecedented flexibility and savings,“ said Jeferson Baggio, Porto Seguro Conecta Head of Sales. “We’re excited to offer this industry-first technology, which will revolutionize the Brazilian IoT market by slashing the hardware and operational costs that make traditional SIM designs a major barrier to deployment.“
About Porto Seguro Conecta
Launched in August 2013, Porto Seguro Conecta is the first Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) to operate in Brazil. Porto Seguro Conecta was ranked first in the Satisfaction and Quality Survey of the National Telecommunications Agency (Anatel) in 2017. With operations in the regions of Santos, Campinas, Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo and Vale do Paraíba, it has 550 thousand active lines, considering the company’s corporate cell phones and M2M connections, used in residential alarms and trackers. The MVNO model allows Porto Seguro to operate in the mobile telephony segment using the telecommunications infrastructure of a traditional mobile phone operator, offering the service through its own channels of customer service, commercial and marketing staff.