1NCE, a global IoT (Internet of Things) connectivity and software company, has launched its 1NCE OS software at the Consumer Electronics Show. The software is designed to be easily integrated into IoT projects of any scale and aims to accelerate time-to-market for these projects by several months. The launch of 1NCE OS at CES has created a lot of buzz in the IoT industry, and the product is expected to revolutionize the way IoT projects are developed.
The software includes features such as device authentication, an IoT integrator, a device inspector, a device locator, and an energy saver. These features combined will make it easier for developers to add robust security and scalability to their IoT projects.
“1NCE flips the script for customers – we don’t monetize their data for a few extra dollars because our customers’ data is theirs and theirs alone. 1NCE’s move into software allows us to boost our customers’ ideas not just when they need connectivity, but from the outset of their projects and all the way through a device’s lifecycle. IoT connectivity and software for life for a single fee, and that’s it.”
Ivo Rook, Chief Operating Officer at 1NCE (Source: Businesswire)
The 1NCE OS software is available for free to 1NCE customers as part of the company's Lifetime Flat Service, which offers a single flat rate for IoT connectivity and software for life. The service aims to be transparent about using customer data to create tools rather than monetizing it to sell additional services. By using the 1NCE OS, customers are able to take advantage of a wide range of security and scalability options for their IoT projects without any extra costs or hidden fees.
is the only connectivity and software company that offers IoT at a global flat rate for life. Our mission is to provide true cross-border, future-proof IoT without uncertainty or hassle throughout the device's lifetime. In 150+ countries, 1NCE converts connectivity into ready-to-use electricity, allowing innovators to dramatically improve the environment, cities, healthcare, public safety, the supply chain, and more. The company, which was founded in 2017 by CEO Alexander P. Sator and Deutsche Telekom AG, is headquartered in Cologne, Germany, and employs over 250 people across 20 countries.