- Pod Group’s existing portfolio also includes Pod IoT Suite, a modular platform for medium to large enterprises
- The platform also allows granular management of IoT connectivity, including control of data limits and unlimited access to data usage records
- Luner also offering a full API suite to integrate the service directly into user application layer or software
Software company Pod Group has launched its self service connectivity platform called Lunar. The platform has been designed in such a way that it would enable developers of IoT solutions to get quickly up and run with a global IoT connectivity solution. These solutions use a platform that enables self-onboarding and self management of SIM cards via one intuitive interface. Thus Lunar would make global IoT connectivity easily accessible to anyone interested in developing connected devices.
As claimed by the company, Luner has been designed to facilitate SIM deployment and connectivity management with an easy to use, but powerful interface and API. The Luner portal plans to give access to a wide range of global IoT SIM cards and transparent PAYG and monthly plans.
Granular management of IoT connectivity
Luner is far from a one size fits all service, despite its simplicity. The platform also allows granular management of IoT connectivity, including control of data limits and unlimited access to data usage records. Luner goes further still by offering a full API suite, enabling users to integrate the service directly into their application layer or software.
Sam Colley, Pod Group’s CEO said, “we found that for customers starting out in IoT there is often a requirement for a simple, self-service connectivity solution which perfectly complements our existing modular platform, Pod IoT Suite, designed for larger IoT deployments.”
Luner allows users to quickly test and launch applicants anywhere in the world. It also offers a flexible approach to product creation allowing users to aut9omonously other sims and get connected in a few clicks without commitments, contracts, or lock in. A market place will soon be added to give builders faster access to the components that power their IoT applications