Brazil’s NLT teams up with floLIVE for enterprise connectivity boost

Brazil’s NLT teams up with floLIVE for enterprise connectivity boost

NLT Telecom, a Brazilian operator specializing in IoT, and floLIVE, a provider of global connectivity and network services for IoT, have announced their collaboration to provide dual-connectivity access to both Brazilian and international enterprise customers, including OEMs and mobile operators.

This collaboration, the partners say, will enable Brazilian enterprises to seamlessly access local cellular networks throughout the world based on what floLIVE describes as its hyperlocal global network, allowing them to benefit from high performance, regulatory-compliant connectivity and high service levels. Simultaneously, floLIVE will continue to reinforce its global network by establishing a local presence in the Brazilian market.

floLIVE says it is an expert in advanced, modern and cost-effective global cellular connectivity, with a global platform that connects tier-one MNOs and the leading MVNOs in the world. Its cloud-native, converged global platform features the world’s largest connectivity library of its kind, designed and built for massively connecting devices on a global scale, with unified, simplified management and control that, it says, reduces overall cost and increases operational effectiveness.

NLT Telecom is a virtual mobile operator that works with the access network infrastructure of Vivo and American Tower, and GSM/cellular and LoRaWAN hybrid connectivity. This allows it to offer customized solutions for the varying needs of the market anywhere in Brazil.

André Martins, CEO at NLT, says: “We chose floLIVE because they ensure we only need to deal with one provider for all our global connectivity needs, with one SIM card, one contract and one account, covering all our devices globally.”


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