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Telefónica to Leverage OT’s Hosted Subscription Manager for Global IoT/M2M Offering

19 July 2017
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Telefónica to Leverage OT’s Hosted Subscription Manager for Global IoT/M2M Offering

Digital security and identification technologies firm, OT-Morpho* has signed a global agreement with Telefónica to support the booming M2M and IoT market by leveraging OT-Morpho’s Subscription Manager.

With the deal, OT-Morpho's platform will be available to all Telefónica operators worldwide with a single platform hosted in OT-Morpho premises.

OT-Morpho’s reactivity to propose an interoperable, scalable and group-wide commercial solution was critical in Telefónica’s decision. Through this partnership, OT-Morpho is providing Telefónica with the M2M subscription manager platform GSMA M2M rev. 3.1.

The interoperable solution will allow Telefónica to manage subscriptions remotely to connected objects at any time and any location, hence fully leveraging Telefónica’s current IoT solutions offering. The service that will first be launched in Spain, will be integrated with Telefónica’s current IoT infrastructure.

*With close to €3bn in revenues and more than 14,000 employees, OT-Morpho is the result of the merger between OT (Oberthur Technologies) and Safran Identity & Security (Morpho) completed on 31 May 2017. 

Pierre Barrial, OT-Morpho, Managing Director of Mobile Network Operators Business, OT
Telefónica is a key customer to us and we now continue to strengthen our partnership on one of the most innovative topics being launched by MNOs. OT-Morpho is honored to support Telefónica Group who is clearly an innovative leader on the market and who now will benefit from our readiness on this new technology.

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

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