FloLive hits CIO Review top ten for IoT

  • April 28, 2021
  • Steve Rogerson

UK-based FloLive has been included in CIO Review’s list of top-ten most promising IoT providers in Europe.

The company offers 5G networking, both privately and over the cloud, and a suite of global cellular connectivity services for IoT use cases. CIO Review is a California-based print and digital magazine, and hosts a panel of CEOs, CIOs and VPs to choose the candidates for this list.

“In order to help companies all over the continent overcome their IoT hurdles, several providers are coming up with various techniques and strategies,” said CIO Review. “With innovative and path-breaking technological capabilities up their sleeves, these companies are continually proving their mettle in the field of IoT innovation.”

Nir Shalom, CEO of FloLive, added: “Being included among so many great IoT providers is a true testament to our growth and to the calibre of our global connectivity. It’s clear that IoT technology is going to power a more connected future, and we’re delighted to be right at the forefront of that change, and to gain this important industry recognition.”

The company provides four key building blocks, all built on microservices and powered by software-defined connectivity. First is a complete GSM IoT-oriented core network suitable for 2G to 5G and beyond.

Secondly, its BSS can be used by enterprises for charging, billing, flexible rating and invoicing. Next, SIM management, including OTA provisioning and multi-IMSI management. And, finally, a connectivity management suite provides visibility and control into it all.

Paul John, managing editor of CIO Review, singled out FloLive, saying: “We congratulate FloLive on this prestigious recognition and look forward to seeing their impressive growth streak continue.”

FloLove’s FloNet global connectivity service provides enterprises and mobile operators with compliant, highly performant and globally agnostic connectivity. The platform encompasses a wide range of services to market verticals, from a full GSM IoT-oriented core network, through to IoT BSS, device and eSIM management and targeted IoT vertical products, all provided as-a-service via a global cloud.