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Console Connect has launched the world’s first private connectivity solution at Mobile World Congress. This new technology aims to help businesses dynamically and securely route traffic directly between devices and clouds globally without traversing the public internet.

With IoT devices and traffic becoming increasingly vulnerable to network attacks, Edge SIM addresses the enterprise need for secure access between devices and clouds on a global scale, ensuring mobile traffic is not exposed to the public internet.

Businesses can use Edge SIM and the Console Connect NaaS platform to create their own private virtual “mesh” network between devices, clouds, applications, office locations, data centers and other network endpoints.

Using the Console Connect management portal or engaging via its API, businesses can click and connect edge locations in real-time, removing the complexity of network configuration and management and thus making it simple to scale IoT projects globally.

With coverage across over 180 countries worldwide, Edge SIM supports multinational organizations that need to securely transfer large volumes of data between their connected devices and the cloud while providing greater visibility, security and control over their global IoT assets.

The solution also caters to IoT applications that transfer business-sensitive data between multiple regions involving asset management, logistics, payment networks and more.

“Critical IoT projects are expanding globally. The network automation available through Edge SIM gives businesses cloud-based agility and control over their connected devices worldwide with speed and security. This is a game changer for how businesses orchestrate private connectivity for their IoT projects,” said Marc Halbfinger of Console Connect.

Edge SIM connects devices directly to any of the world’s largest cloud platforms, including AWS, Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure, Oracle Cloud, IBM Cloud, Alibaba Cloud and more.

It offers a simple pricing model that combines usage-based mobile connectivity with bandwidth-based cloud connectivity. Payment can be managed via the Console Connect platform, with contracts for as little as 30 days.

With the addition of a Console Connect Access Port, businesses can also dynamically link their enterprise locations and network environments, including data centers, Wide Area Networks (WAN) and last-mile access.

A range of other on-demand connectivity services are available via a single Access Port, including premium business internet service, remote peering and user-to-user connectivity.

Console Connect will be exhibiting at stand 2E21 throughout Mobile World Congress, where users can watch a demo of the Console Connect NaaS platform and meet some of its IoT partners.

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