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Empowering FMCG Industry: Sollatek and Soracom Forge Global IoT Partnership for Enhanced Power Stability Solutions

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Sollatek, an esteemed UK-based entity, revered for its pioneering IoT solutions and prowess in ensuring power stability, has recently embarked on a transformative partnership with Soracom, a distinguished Japan-based virtual IoT operator (MVNO). This strategic alliance is poised to revolutionize connectivity solutions, particularly catering to the dynamic needs of the fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) industry. Sollatek’s unwavering commitment to furnishing robust power stability solutions resonates harmoniously with Soracom’s expansive reach, promising unparalleled global connectivity for businesses worldwide. Emphasizing Sollatek’s preeminence in the FMCG sector, this collaboration underscores the convergence of cutting-edge technology and strategic foresight, propelling advancements in the smart city domain. Leveraging Soracom’s innovative IoT platform, Sollatek endeavors to empower businesses with actionable insights, fostering heightened operational efficiency and resilience. As the digital landscape continues to evolve, this partnership epitomizes a steadfast dedication to driving sustainable growth and fostering innovation on a global scale, ushering in a new era of interconnected smart cities and IoT-driven ecosystems.

Sollatek Partners with Soracom to Enhance IoT Solutions for FMCG Industry Power Stability

Sollatek, a UK-based company known for its solutions for power stability and energy optimization, has chosen Japan-based virtual IoT operator ( MVNO ) Soracom to connect its commercial refrigeration and coffee solutions, which are used for remote tracking and energy monitoring in international markets by major players in the fast-moving consumer goods ( FMCG) industry. Sollatek is taking IoT hardware, connectivity, and device management from Soracom.

Especially, Sollatek will use Soracom for its therefore- called Always On solution, which now connects more than a million coolers and freezers around the world, a statement said. Sollatek is a “widely acknowledged global leader in point-of- sale ( PoS ) solutions in the$ 20 billion FMCG market”, it went on, it is used by “many of the world’s largest beverage producers”.

Sollatek Selects Soracom to Connect Advanced Commercial Refrigeration  Systems | Business Wire

Sollatek’s Comprehensive IoT Solutions Empowered by Soracom’s Global Connectivity

Sollatek offers a range of products, from refrigeration control to off-grid thermal, with an emphasis on power stability, asset tracking, remote monitoring, and energy optimization, plus operating insights that come from such IoT telemetry. Its flagship suite of fridge solutions monitor and control temperature, energy usage, and geolocation ( tracking ) in regular refrigerators, beverage coolers, display cabinets, and ice cream freezers.

It also provides data about sales and energy usage ( and misusage ) based on door openings, and provides remote control of temperature settings. According to the statement,” Sollatek selected Soracom for this project based on a demonstrated ability to provide dependable connectivity on a global scale. The Soracom IoT SIM enables the switching between networks automatically when the signal is weak and offers multi-carrier mobile connectivity in more than 180 countries and regions. It is available in over 380 wireless operator networks.

An IoT Solution for Monitoring Refrigerated Deployments | Soracom

Soracom’s Tokyo Stock Exchange Listing: Accelerating Global IoT Connectivity for Sollatek and Beyond

At the end of March, KDDI-owned Soracom listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange, in the fourth-tier Growth Market section for emerging higher-growth companies. It claims to have connected around six million IoT devices and has more than 20 000 startups and businesses registered with its books. Its IoT platform offers a’ one pane-of-glass for management of terrestrial and no- earth mobile ( 2G, 4G, NB-IoT, LTE-M ) and non-mobile ( LoRaWAN, Sigfox ) solutions.

Takashi Serizawa, head of Europe for Soracom, said:” Some of the world’s best known brands rely on Sollatek to deliver consistently excellent experiences for their customers. World innovators like Sollatek can count on Soracom’s cloud-native IoT connectivity to deliver the kind of service they demand in order to succeed at scale.

Our devices provide fleet managers with a wealth of data that can be used to make real-time, data-driven decisions that will increase their output and keep their systems running effectively, according to Dimitris Flokos, head of IoT solutions at Sollatek. We stay ahead of the competition by providing that service on a worldwide scale.

Matthew Boyle

Matthew Boyle is a distinguished Smart City Consultant, renowned for his expertise in IoT (Internet of Things) and cutting-edge urban technology solutions. With a deep understanding of Smart City initiatives, Matthew excels in leveraging IoT innovations to transform urban landscapes into efficient, sustainable, and connected environments. His strategic insights and hands-on experience in urban planning, data analytics, and IoT implementation make him a trusted expert in the field. Matthew Boyle is your go-to consultant for navigating the complex world of Smart Cities, ensuring seamless integration of IoT technologies, and unlocking the potential of data-driven urban solutions. With his guidance, your city can thrive in the digital age, enhancing quality of life and fostering a sustainable future.

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