IoT Managed Global Connectivity
IoT Managed Global Connectivity
Empower your IoT devices
As part of the IoT (Internet Of Things) fast growing market, the IoT Managed Global Connectivity solutions provide Enterprise Customers with:
- End-to-end cellular and fixed connectivity between the Enterprise Customer’s fleet of machines equipped with SIM cards and its data center, regardless of the country where the machine is located, and whether the machine is moving or standing still
- IoT connectivity management platform to manage the fleet of SIM cards
- Dedicated IoT service support
Simplify your global deployment
One contract, one sim and one invoice
Automated processes with web-services integration (APIs) into your applications
End-to-end expert guidance
Optimize cost and processes of your fleet management
Centralized management through the web
Self-diagnostics, traffic monitoring, usage and billing data follow-up features within easy reach
Benefit from unmatched services
Extended lifetime of SIMs, best connectivity and SLAs to optimize the machine’s performance
24/7 dedicated IoT hotline
Dedicated IoT service manager
Make the most of Data and IoT with Datavenue
IoT Managed Global connectivity is part of Datavenue, a modular IoT and Analytics solution. To enable advanced analysis and decision-making, the Datavenue solution encompasses the selection of relevant data and objects, their reliable and secure connection, and their management in the customer information system environment.
One stop-shop for multinational businesses
Customer experience is a key pillar of the Group ambition. For every step of your project, a dedicated team will support you in the implementation of your new business processes.
A worldwide connectivity dedicated to IoT
We offer an extended IoT coverage thanks to the presence of Orange as a direct mobile network, supported by the alliance of operators and enhanced by the widest roaming network. We also provide the world’s largest wired network towards your data center.
State-of-the-art IoT SIM cards and connectivity management
We assist you in delivering the most appropriate solution. Our portfolio of SIM Cards and latest connectivity management tools allow us to provide custom-made services.
The M2M SIM will move to 15-digits on 1 July 2017
On the 1st of July 2017, the mobile numbers of the Orange Business Services M2M (Machine to Machine) SIM will increase from 11 to 15 digits.
This change, pursuant to ARCEP* resolution**, is aiming to preserve the 11-digit number resource for interpersonal communications while the M2M and connected objects (Internet of Things) market is booming.
The application of this resolution is mandatory for any mobile provider licensed under French Law. All M2M customers using the mobile numbers resource of France are impacted by the change, whatever their mobile operator.
How will this impact my subscription?
There will be no impact to your subscription.
The application of this decision changes neither your Machine to Machine terms nor the related services.
However, this new numbering will affect the display of the mobile call number and may impact its transmission. Compliance with the 15-digit format may require adaptation on your IT systems and applications.
What is the number format?
M2M SIMs currently have the 11-digit number format: 33 6 xx xx xx xx or 33 7 xx xx xx xx.
Beginning 1 July 2017, new M2M SIMs will get the 15-digit format: 33 7 00 xx xx xx xx xx.
This number format complies with the E.164 standard of the International Telecommunication Union (international public telecommunication numbering plan).
What about existing lines?
M2M SIMs delivered before 1 July 2017 will not change and will keep their 11-digit numbers.
A mix of 11-digit and 15-digit numbers will then appear on the M2M portal and on your invoices.
How will this impact operators' interconnections?
This will not impact operators' interconnections. The interconnections between the different operators and networks will be maintained, and calls between 11-digit and 15-digit SIMs are possible.
*ARCEP: "Autorité de Régulation des Communications Electroniques et des Postes" - French regulation authority
**ARCEP resolutions: No. 2012-0855 (17 July 2012) & No. 2015-1295 (22 October 2015)