Telenor Connexion offers ARM Internet of Things technology

Monday 4 November 2013 | 08:41 CET | News
M2M connectivity provider Telenor Connexion entered into an agreement with

global semiconductor IP designer ARM to license ARM Sensinode software. Under the terms of the agreement, Telenor Connexion offers ARM Internet of Things (IoT) technology to its global customers. ARM Sensinode software enables Telenor Connexion to provide standards-based machine-to-machine (M2M) services that reduce time to market for smart products.

Telenor Connexion is currently serving customers in the telematics, asset management, mHealth, and advanced meter infrastructure (AMI) segments on three continents. ARM Sensinode software will add to Telenor Connexion’s offer of new IoT-focused value added services, including data management and data security, with an initial focus on cellular-connected endpoints.This agreement builds on the ARM Internet of Things technology that has already been integrated into Telenor Connexion’s range of Enterprise products. Telenor Connexion plans to expand its portfolio of standards-based products and support IoT applications using ARM’s IP technologies and its NanoService data management and web application platform. Telenor Connexion will develop connected business products that leverage ARM Sensinode technology, including key standards such as OMA Lightweight M2M, IPv6, TLS, DTLS, and CoAP. 

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