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Aeris supplies mobile network services to Isotrak

Internet of things provider Aeris has signed a deal with Isotrak to provide data analytics and network services.

The deal will provide mobile network services in real time, with Aeris's system working over multiple mobile phone networks.

“Our fleet management system provides data for a total vision of a fleet manager’s transportation ecosystem. We wanted to ensure reliable connectivity services and data insights no matter where our customers are located,” said Jason Price, sales and marketing director with Isotrak.

“By leveraging Aeris’ expertise in IoT network solutions, we are able to quickly provide a robust, global solution that goes well beyond improved connectivity and competitive rate plans to offer customers real-time, useful information at their fingertips to help improve their cost structure.”

Aeris’ true global support of major cellular technology standards, such as GSM, CDMA, and LTE, enables partners like Isotrak to offer customers flexibility and the potential for growth throughout the globe.

“The inherent security built into the Aeris system gives companies like Isotrak peace of mind, and the speed of onboarding, even with a private virtual network, provides a competitive advantage,” said Mohsen Mohseninia, vice president for international market development at Aeris.

“We can deliver technology that can be quickly deployed and will show immediate value while also helping to reduce the time to market for new products and services.”


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