The company says the third generationof KORE PRiSMPro has robust infrastructure updates to support big data analytics and is specifically architected to provide a single interface for global control of M2M applications and devices for cellular and satellite networks. The platform provides domestic as well as international network services solutions and customizable tracking of devices.
PRiSMPro is built on scalable infrastructure and designed to meet M2M Big Data needs with reporting features, SMS and voice, including pooled plans. And, PRiSMPro provides organizations with analytics for multi-tier invoice forensics, comprehensive billing and usage report analysis, and the enablement of cost-based thresholds.
“Since its introduction, KORE PRiSMPro has set the standard for M2M device control and management, arming organizations with a one-stop portal for all their provisioning and billing needs,” said Alex Brisbourne, president and COO, KORE, in a press release. “KORE continues to update the PRiSMPro platform to meet evolving market and customer demands. As a result, Generation 3 of KORE PRiSMPro now seamlessly meets the higher bandwidth needs of 3G and 4G devices, while providing customers with comprehensive analytics that help optimize the operational efficiency of their connected devices.”
The company believes the platform provides customers with comprehensive control and management of their M2M solutions, and network usage.
PRiSMPro provides a billing interface for the KORE Global Connect offering, which the company claims will lower the total cost of ownership of M2M services and improving device metrics for cross-border, regional and global M2M solutions.
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