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IoT connectivity for products and services
taken as an overhead

If IoT connectivity is an integral component of your product or service, whose ongoing cost will be met in full or part by you, Trinsic can provide the connectivity and infrastructure you need.

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The Internet of Things is already beginning to transform the provision of products and services for consumers, manufacturers, and service providers. In the years ahead, however, with the arrival of 5G, a landslide of transformation will occur, with brown and white goods, vehicles, in-home monitors, street furniture, and hand-held devices used by every kind of inspector, agent, guard, carer and other service agent exchanging data around the clock with Cloud servers and applications.

As a Vodafone Level One IoT Connectivity Partner, Trinsic is already providing in-product connectivity to one of the world’s leading automotive manufacturers.

IoT connectivity
for your
products and
services

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Trinsic can provide you with the optimum connectivity and deals for situations in which your product or service uses IoT connection in order to operate, but providing this is an ongoing, or at least fixed period longer term, cost to you. Examples of this kind of model might be the SIMs used by motor cars to monitor and report systems conditions, or those used by hospital medical equipment to report data.

IoT connectivity
for your
products and
services

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For many existing services and products, as well as for the innumerable evolutions and wholly new offerings that will come about in the next few years, IoT connectivity, in all or part, will be paid for on an ongoing basis, by the end user.

Trinsic is already working with manufacturers and service providers in a number of sectors on providing connectivity for these models.

IoT where some
or all of the
connectivity is
paid for by the
end user

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Example of use case where all connectivity is paid by the end user

Now think about a motor car which uses IoT connectivity to report systems data back to the manufacturer, while at the same time offering information and entertainment to the driver and passengers. In this case the connectivity supporting systems data reporting might reasonably be an ongoing cost to the car manufacturer, while that being used for entertainment would be a cost to the end user. In either case, Trinsic can deliver connectivity solutions that are technically optimal and highly competitive on cost.

Example of use case where all connectivity is paid by the end user

Imagine the case of a healthcare monitoring device in which the end user pays a subscription to a healthcare provider for their heart or other vital signs to be monitored continuously. In this case, the IoT connectivity would be likely to be paid ongoing by the end user.

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Trinsic's unique 'split billing' IoT SIM

Having foreseen the need for 'split billing' of IoT connectivity, with costs being apportioned variously to manufacturer/service provider and end user. Trinsic has developed a unique SIM and billing solution that makes this immediately available.

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IoT enabled device supply

We want to make it as easy as possible for you to deliver IoT connected services. So that we can even take on sourcing and production of bespoke devices, supplying these to you IoT SIM enabled and ready to go.

Trinsic enjoys a level 1 IoT Connectivity Partnering with Vodafone. With access to Vodafone’s best-in-class GDSP service platform, we are able to build effective and viable solutions for you by cross-connecting Vodafone’s connectivity offerings with your precise requirements.

Under the aegis of our specialist Trinsic Commercial Car brand, we are currently engaged with Vodafone in providing precisely this service to a leading European automotive manufacturer, enabling both infotainment and telematics to be delivered to and from new vehicles supplied in some 22 countries.

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