Why telecom operators have the power to promote Internet of things products

2021-02-23

Why telecom operators have the power to promote Internet of things products

In recent years, the Internet of things industry has been included in the national strategic plan. Large and small Internet of things service companies have emerged one after another, chip manufacturers, system integration manufacturers, service providers and other different industrial chain links are competing for a stronger voice. Telecom operators, which tend to be saturated in the traditional voice service market, are also marching into the IOT market of things and things communications, and have built up special network platforms for IOT.


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It can be seen that the Internet of things is not only a business opportunity, but also a driving force for telecom operators to realize their own transformation and development. The transformation goals of Internet of things and communication operators coincide with the strategic thinking of enterprises. The survival and development of an enterprise lies in its own core competitiveness and differentiated service capabilities, which are embodied in the performance and use experience of products. The Internet of things is the embodiment of product collection. The Internet of things has opened up a new stage for communication operators, which is embodied in the following three aspects:

1. The Internet of things changes people's life style, making a large number of potential customer market surface. Just imagine that the specific location of vehicles can be obtained through the Internet of things to facilitate the search of routes, and truck drivers can automatically get the best traffic route information guidance service through the Internet of things to shorten the logistics time. Such Internet of things information services will produce a huge customer market, customers' differentiated needs will be met, and the stickiness of information services will be great It has been greatly improved.

2. The added value of value-added business will be greatly improved, and the profit model will be diversified. The Internet of things is the most widely used representative of the industry, and the informatization of all walks of life can be deployed quickly. The Internet of things breaks the boundaries between virtual information and physical facilities, so that the physical quantity and digital quantity can be converted and infiltrated into all fields of society, which will produce a wealth of applications. In the application, the backward charging mode can also be implemented. For example, the advertising push of automobile enterprises will produce high added value, and the profit model will also be diversified.

3. It can well integrate the existing resources of operators and try to lead the market. The ultimate information society is the embodiment of the national strategic plan "smart earth" of the United States. It is the combination of the Internet of things and cloud computing, which makes ubiquitous computing everywhere, and any terminal can be intelligent. No matter how complex its implementation is, it is based on the current physical network, rather than building another network to achieve the strategic goal. Operators integrate the existing basic network resources to develop the Internet of things, which lays a good foundation for the occupation and leading of the future market.

Thinkrace has close cooperation with many well-known telecom operators in the world. In 2019, Siris will cooperate with Etisalat, a well-known telecom operator in UAE, to provide smart wearable devices for the Special Olympics. Etisalat will provide data connection and data center. Thinkrace provides intelligent wearable devices, background monitoring system and big data platform, and provides safety and health monitoring solutions for 15000 athletes and coaches in the Special Olympics, which makes the first project using intelligent wearable technology in the Olympic Games successfully completed.



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