Mobil’nye Telesistemy PAO (NYSE:MBT) Launches Its Own IoT Platform


Mobil’nye Telesistemy PAO (NYSE:MBT) is the preliminary mobile operator in Russia to introduce an integrated IoT platform on countrywide scale. The IoT platform offers an integrated solution to run objects fixed with network connectivity and pro-actively track IoT-supported equipment performance.

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Mobil’nye Telesistemy reported that the platform showcases an open Application Programming Interface and supports different data networks. Accordingly, their customers’ current equipment and IT systems can be connected with up-to-date cameras, sensors, programs and robots. The objects linking to the IoT platform can be run from a single center, irrespective of their site, which will be of notable benefit to many of company’s customers in Russia who have businesses in the areas that are conventionally tough to reach.

Having initiated the Machine-to-Machine infrastructures in Russia with the launch of the preliminary M2M tariff, Mobil’nye Telesistemy team is confident that this latest offering will be in robust demand by the market. Advancing their own IoT platform is next step in the MTS plan to be the go-to provider in assisting business consumers adapt efficiently and quickly to the fast-changing needs of the digital economy, lower their costs and advance their operations to a next level. For government consumers, their IoT platform can turn a driver for advancement of smart grids, intelligent transportation and smart cities.

Besides being the leading telecom firm in Russia, Mobil’nye Telesistemy has constantly been the clear pioneer in the Russian IoT market by different connected devices. In the imminent years, they will strengthen their presence in the IoT division through cloud applications, open source platforms and the launch of the IoT at any scale, from large factories to small stores, federal networks and cities. The IoT setup can support equipment across different industries including energy, diversified service and manufacturing firms. It is also pertinent for integrated IoT offerings for commercial real estate, logistics, agriculture, and other businesses.