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European companies with cellular-based IoT devices are faced with a critical technology transition as major networks begin to sunset their 2G and 3G networks in favor of 4G technologies.  This is not just happening in Europe., but across the world.

This transition will be especially challenging for end-to-end IoT solutions because the carrier technology is typically interlinked with several components including devices, device applications, SIMs, gateways, business applications and cloud platforms. To successfully manage the transition of an IoT end-to-end solution, all these interlinked components must be considered.

This means failing to plan and implement a transition could result in major business disruption and great pain for customers when critical IoT platforms suddenly go dark.  

Download this white paper to learn how it is essential to take four steps to avoid this disruption.

How to Manage the European 2G-3G IoT Sunset

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