Amazon’s [NASDAQ: AMZN] Amazon Web Services and 1NCE Partnered for a Global IoT Platform

Amazon.com, Inc’s [NASDAQ: AMZN] Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Global IoT Carrier 1NCE have joined hands to work towards the expansion of 1NCEs IoT platform on a global scale. It would be bringing its cloud-native IoT offering closer to its customers all around the globe. 1NCE has created a unique software offering on AWS that allows IoT developers to rapidly combine cellular IoT connectivity into their own solutions with plug & play functionalities.

The partnership of the companies further seeks to reinforce relationships between the two companies and to create the Next Level IoT Software accelerating the global deployment of IoT projects. The partnership enables the growth of the 1NCE IoT platform via AWS infrastructure globally. It will considerably increase its overall platform performance. It would literally bring the 1NCE IoT platform closer to its customers, wherever they are.

Furthermore, due to its partnership with Deutsche Telekom and Amazon Web Services, 1NCE earned a prominent position in costs and features including more than 7,000 customers and 10 million managed connections to date. With “1NCE For All” customers can order up to 100 SIM cards for free solely in the AWS Marketplace.

Additionally, 1NCE is presenting its IoT services at this year’s CES in Las Vegas from January 5-7 at booth 10343. 1NCE is a global IoT powerhouse financed by Softbank and the German Telecommunication giant Deutsche Telekom with direct access to its networks and roaming partners via 2G, 3G, 4G, LTE, NB-IoT, and LTE-M in over 100 countries around the world. 1NCE allows business customers to connect easily with their IoT devices for 10 US$ for 10 years.