Telefonica launches M2M in Argentina, Chile and Mexico

Telefonica has announced that its Smart M2M Solution, the machine-to-machine (M2M) in-house developed management system, is now available in Argentina, Chile and Mexico.

The Smart M2M solution provide clients in these regions with the power to connect, manage and control machine-to machine communications with local SIM cards in a very flexible and secure way.

There is a huge variety of connected machines serving different proposes: energy meters, vehicles, buildings, etc. Most of them, provided with an M2M connection that has to be managed and controlled.

Telefonica’s Smart M2M Solution incorporates unique advanced features such as real-time monitoring of traffic type, volume and current consumption, technical supervision of lines (maps of connected devices, advanced diagnostics) and localization.

It also offers innovative fraud detection functionalities, including the ability to restrict communications between a list of given devices and the option to establish traffic caps. These kinds of services and solutions have both a positive and direct impact on local business processes, improving their performance.

“Telefónica is aware of the potential of M2M technologies in the support of local business development. With this in mind, we have matched our technical expertise with our local knowledge to offer our customers from Argentina and Chile a flexible platform that provides them with useful tools, giving them a precise view of their business processes. This means increased efficiency and therefore an enhanced performance of their operations,” says Carlos Morales, director M2M, Telefonica Digital.

Smart M2M is an in-house product, developed by Telefonica’s R&D in collaboration with Ericsson – which brings a unique combination of innovation competencies and great user experience with deep network capabilities and knowledge. This gives the company the flexibility to further adapt the platform and add new functionalities as required.

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