According to Frost and Sullivan’s mobile service report for the fourth quarter of fiscal year 21, Airtel IoT has the highest revenue share in the enterprise M2M (machine-to-machine) category, at 45.5%.
Airtel (“Bharti Airtel”), India’s premier communications solutions provider, has become the market leader in India’s fast-growing Enterprise IoT segment as per Frost & Sullivan.
“The Internet of Things (IoT) technology enables companies to become intelligent and data-driven. Through important partnerships, innovative IoT platforms and consulting methods, IoT vendors support companies in implementing IoT solutions.
From 2020 to 2023 The compound annual growth rate is 8.8%. According to the latest report of Frost and Sullivan Business Mobile Services for the fourth quarter of fiscal year 2021 (January 2021 to March 2021), Airtel’s market share is 45.5. Cellular IoT leader% …”
said Abhinav Kumar, Frost & Sullivan’s Information and Communication Technology (ICT) practice consultant.
Airtel IoT is an end-to-end platform with the ability to connect and manage billions of devices and applications in a highly secure and seamless manner. The core is the robust 5G Ready network from Airtel, which is available with the option NBIoT, 4G or 2G connectivity with Airtel.
ESIM technology It also has a flexible set of APIs that enable companies to streamline the process of connecting, collecting and analyzing data through their existing workflow tools with Airtel security guarantee at telecommunications level.
With accelerated adoption of IoT ecosystem in daily business operations, Airtel Business has successfully developed industry specific use cases to address customer’s pain points and drive business value.
It has created significant strategic differentiation from competitors in the IoT market.
Airtel IoT currently supports over 6 million managed IoT connections, including a range of vertical specific solutions like industrial asset monitoring, smart metering and vehicle telematics with an innovative approach to building IoT solutions.
Airtel Business leverages its proven pan-India network to provide customers with IoT connectivity irrespective of their size, industry, or location.
MG Motor, Pine Labs, Paytm, Kirloskar, BSES, Genus, Kent, Black Buck, Meghalaya Power Distribution Corporation Limited and Odisha Power Transmission Company are among the enterprises that are already using Airtel’s IoT solutions.
Meghalaya State Distribution Company said in a statement: “Digital transformation is a key area for us. The launch of smart metering infrastructure in the country is a milestone.
We need a person with strong skills and rich space experience. Partners. “The Internet of Things, Smart Utilities and Airtel have tried their best to balance supply and demand.
According to Ajay Chitkara, Director & CEO – Airtel Business, “Airtel IoT is built to massively simplify the IoT journeys of emerging enterprises.
We continue to invest in our platforms by enabling technologies that are central to the functioning of the Internet of Things, including our 5G network.
The findings of Frost & Sullivan are yet another endorsement of our relentless focus on innovation in the IoT segment.”
The Report further added that Airtel Business continues to be the undisputed leader in the Enterprise Mobility space with the highest overall RMS of 43.3%.
Airtel Business is trusted by over 2500 large and over one million emerging enterprises across India. It offers an integrated suite of solutions ranging from connectivity to cloud, security, conferencing, IoT and Ad Tech.