M2MManager is a SAAS (Software As A Service) platform specially designed to manage your communications devices, enabling units connected by SIM cards to be managed centrally. Cards can be activated, suspended and cancelled online. You can also monitor usage and produce statistics online.More information on M2MManager
Data sharing is a process that enables you to adjust your overall data usage to avoid excess consumption. For example, if you have two SIM cards with an allowance of 10 Mb per card (a pool of 2 x 10 Mb, i.e. 20 Mb) and you use 15 Mb on the first card and only 2 Mb on the second, we will spread your allowance between the two SIM cards so you do not use excess data.
Our SIM cards offer mobile network coverage in more than 180 countries around the world.More information on our SIM cards
You can use our SIM cards in any business sector that makes use of the Internet of Things. Currently, the main sectors in which our M2M SIM cards are used are health, security, telematics (geolocation) and telemetry (remote meter reading).See our case studies
M2M SIM cards have a number of benefits. One of the main ones is their ability to automatically connect to the GSM network so that installation time and any need for assistance is kept to a minimum, reducing travel costs and optimising productivity. The SIM cards also allow data to be transmitted in real time with a reliable connection and global coverage thanks to recognised standards.More information on the benefits of M2M SIM cards
Single-operator SIM cards only allow you to use one telecommunications operator’s network (if you order Orange SIM cards, you can only use the Orange network). Multi-operator SIM cards allow you to use all of our partner networks in France and overseas. This gives you access to all the coverage available in a particular area for seamless continuity of service.
The main advantage of multi-operator SIM cards is their ability to connect to the best GSM network available in their location. If the main network breaks down or fails, the card will find the second best network available and connect you to it, ensuring continuity of service.More information on multi-operator SIM cards
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All card formats are available: standard (2FF), micro (3FF) and nano (4FF). We also offer toughened or welded cards if your industry requires them (resistant to extreme conditions) and can pre-load the cards directly into the device on production.More information on our SIM cards
MatooPass is a supporting programme for start-ups in the Internet of Things sector seeking a complete solution to quickly develop their connected products and services. The start-up pack is free of charge, obligation-free and includes test SIM cards to test your connectivity requirements.
Of course! Click on the link below and let us have some information about your requirements and your contact details, so that a market manager with expertise in your field can contact you and give you the best possible advice.Send a request
As a B2B provider, we do not offer services for private individuals. We offer connectivity solutions to companies that manufacture, integrate and install interconnected devices and, more generally, to any entity with a business registration number (companies, organisations and associations)
We work with telecommunications local and international operators.
A public IP address is one that can be accessed over the internet. The connected device can therefore be reached remotely, whether the user likes it or not. A private IP address only allows outbound connections from your device. It's the type of IP address used on your local network at home (router) or your company network. Its significant advantage is that it makes it impossible to gain access to your equipment.
Mobile phone networks allow continuous connectivity and data to be sent in real time using technology that has been widespread since the beginning of the 1990s. These networks now rely on global standards that simplify access to all telecommunications operators in France and overseas.
Operators are obliged to adhere to international terms of reference that are approved and monitored by the French regulatory authority for electronic and postal communications (ARCEP). More detailed information on these networks is available athttp://www.arcep.fr/
Machine-to-Machine is a subsystem of the Internet of Things. In general terms, M2M refers to devices that interact with each other using technology. The IoT is seen as an extension of the internet into the physical world. It refers to the communication of data and information from devices and machines in the real world to the internet.More information on M2M and the IoT