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The New Kids On The Telecom Block

2020 has been a rough one in general. But if there’s one thing 2020 has accomplished it is to confirm and amplify the importance of digital and the incredible need to stay connected via technology. So while it might not have been the best of years for retailers and travel (sorry, guys), the digital and telecommunication industry is booming.

Where most industries have seen a decline, the digital and telecommunication industry has grown and we’ve even spotted a few new kids on the telecom block that are well worth mentioning and taking a look at.

Here are our top picks:

  1. Sigfox

Sigfox is taking the green approach and linking their business focus of connecting every device with its mission of using as little energy as possible. Sigfox has already connected billions of devices to the internet via its global network.

  1. SimpleCell

Although SimpleCell’s claim to fame is being the first public mobile network operator for IoT (Internet of Things) in the Czech Republic they took smart business moves to a whole new level. SimpleCell has actually partnered with above mentioned Sigfox due to the fact that Sigfox’s networks cover over 13 countries. By using the Sigfox network SimpleCell can beat the pricing and technical challenges businesses/companies face when developing the IoT (Internet of Things).

  1. PoLTE

Forget about traditional GPS technology as we know it because PoLTE is bringing us a patented alternative. By using existing and omnipresent 4G & 5G cellular networks as well as cloud computing they are now able to offer highly accurate indoor and outdoor LaaS (Location as a Service) data. The impact of using Cloud Location over (C-Loc) Cellular technology is huge. It means massive savings for those companies/businesses that share economy sectors where assets are constantly in motion and spread far and wide.

  1. Roamer

Are you also dreading that mobile bill after a business trip abroad or a well-deserved overseas holiday? To set your mobile device on roaming in a foreign country is expensive. Now Roamer’s here to save the day (and your budget). Roamer makes it possible for you to link a regular mobile number to a foreign SIM. Not only is this extremely convenient, but you also save up to 97% on normal roaming charges for data and calls.

  1. Aqua Comms

Aqua Comms is not your usual fiber-optic cable network service provider promising high-performance and reliability. Unlike most fiber companies out there, their focus is not on delivering a service to the end-user in a specific geographic location. Their main focus is actually on providing capacity to businesses/companies that use telecoms as a part of their business.

  1. Ringotel

Ringotel has latched on to and solved all those lockdown business woes. Gone are the days where we were scurrying in between various telecommunication platforms to access different functionalities. Ringotel has created the ultimate all-in-one solution for customer messaging as well as team collaboration. Ringotel hasn’t reinvented the wheel. Instead, it has partnered up with other telecommunication platforms such as Telegram, Skype, Messenger, and Viber and has combined their existing communication technologies. Now businesses can connect with clients across a multitude of channels and teams can choose to collaborate via messaging, voice, or video call.

This integrated telecommunication solution will drastically lower the costs and expenses when it comes to scaling a business/company and will enable organizations, telcos, and other third-party service providers to improve their current communication methods or even launch new services.

  1. Mavoco

Mavoco promises a helping hand to telecom providers in the form of software for an IoT connectivity platform (CMP). This CMP software guarantees that machines and devices can securely and cost-effectively communicate over the internet without interruption for 24 hours straight and all throughout their lifetime. Due to demand, the company serves a wide variety of industries/clients that are considered innovative. Some of these industries/clients include; smart cities, mobile virtual network operators, industrial and manufacturing companies as well as telecoms.

  1. Motimate

The post-Covid world of education looks very different from what we were used to and the need for e-learning has escalated. In fact, a recent study during and post lockdown shows that over 80% of students now prefer studying online. Enter Motimate. This app makes online training simple and fun and couldn’t be available at a better or more convenient time. Motimate e-learning is efficient due to its fun style, user-friendly functions, effective communication, and engaging teaching methods.

With star start-ups such as these growing from strength to strength, the future of telecommunication is looking bright.

If you find any mistakes or inaccuracies in this article, please don’t hesitate to contact us via email at info@regtechglobal.com

Gizela Snyman
Gizela has over 17 years of experience in the writing industry. At the age of 9, she was published for the first time. Since then, she has been making her mark as a writer and article writer in the field of finance, technology, and countless others.

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