In recent years, the Internet of Things (IoT) has proved to be one of the most crucial technologies of the 21st century, making it possible to connect people and things seamlessly and automate processes. With continued technological advances, IoT has become more important now than ever before, reducing human effort for several activities and providing tons of data, for later on be processed and give place to meaningful information. 

The benefits of IoT are endless: from providing users with a better life quality (through automation and automatic decision making) and automating menial processes, like turning the lights on automatically, to helping organizations make successful data-driven decisions. But all this would not be possible without excellent and seamless connectivity. That is a reliable and continuous connection between a host network and an IoT platform via a special SIM: the IoT SIM.

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