Networks for the Internet of Things
IoT Networks connect your people, processes, and applications so that your business can sense and adapt to changing conditions, fast.
What You Need to Know About IoT Networks
Learn more about how to select from a combination of IoT wide area network options.
IoT device certification
Learn the basics
New to the Internet of Things (IoT)? “Learn the Basics” will help get you up to speed.
Are you considering whether to buy or build your device? You may be surprised at the differences in level of effort and the costs involved.
Connect virtually anywhere
AT&T Global SIM provides worldwide, end-to-end connectivity for large-scale multi-national operations. Through a single platform, it can dynamically adapt to a changing business environment.
Reduce overhead and better manage expenses
- Favorable pricing across 500+ operators in 200+ countries
- Existing relationships support use of local infrastructure
- Manage SIM state from inactive to provisioned to active.
Monitor and manage IoT devices using the global SIM in over 200 countries and territories to keep you connected. [1:30]
Reach new heights with satellite connectivity
The coverage of satellite gives you greater control of your assets, no matter how distant.
Satellites cover some of the most remote needs
Multi-mode configurations support transportation, oil and gas, agriculture, and more.
"LTE-M changes the game for the Internet of Things."
LTE-M for the Internet of Things
Built for IoT devices, LTE-M is a licensed LPWAN (low-power wide-area network) that enhances indoor and subterranean coverage, as well as battery life, at lower costs.
Connect and engage
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