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Global IoT Connectivity Simplified With eSIM Technology

Posted by Zakira Patel on May 10, 2022

With each new shift in technology comes new opportunities. The latest shift? Hyperconnectivity. From simple mobility solutions to Massive IoT, cellular technology is accelerating and adapting rapidly.

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Benefits of SIM Cards for Wireless POS Systems And Wireless Terminals

Posted by Zakira Patel on April 20, 2022

With the ongoing health concerns, wireless terminals and touchless/no-contact payment methods have become increasingly popular among retailers, restaurants, and others in the service industry. These wireless terminals use SIM cards to process transactions, adding a layer of mobility and flexibility to services offered by businesses.

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What Are The Main Advantages of eSIM?

Posted by Zakira Patel on April 10, 2022

Digital SIM cards are modernizing the way we connect to our carriers and how operators can manage devices. These SIM cards are known as eSIMs (eUICC) and they are embedded directly onto mobile devices making Over-the-Air (OTA) provisioning easy.

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POND Mobile Is Joining TBI at the 2022 CPEXPO

Posted by Zakira Patel on April 1, 2022

POND will showcase its solutions at the 2022 Channel Partners Expo & Conference 

[Edison, New Jersey]: POND Mobile has announced that it will join Technology Services Distributor TBI at the 2022 Channel Partners Expo & Conference in Las Vegas. POND Mobile is excited to showcase its latest developments in the IoT and telecommunications space for Domestic and International applications. 

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Private LTE: Digitalize Your Business

Posted by Zakira Patel on March 20, 2022

Businesses have been seeing the value in a digital-first approach to their operations, which has been further emphasized by the COVID-19 pandemic—demonstrating the need for remote system operations.

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IoT Connectivity: Enhancing Your Business With Connected Devices

Posted by Zakira Patel on March 10, 2022

We’ve all heard the term “IoT” thrown around plenty in recent years, but what does it mean? IoT, or the Internet of Things, refers to devices (usually physical objects) that exchange information with one another via the Internet.

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