Utility providers are under growing pressure from increased competition, as well as social responsibility and environmental factors, which are driving the need for increased efficiency, improved system reliability, reduced CAPEX and OPEX, and lower consumption and emissions. Renewable energy, smart grids, smart meters and electric vehicle charging are additional factors adding to the pressure on utility providers. Suntis provides a comprehensive, modular platform for utility IoT management meeting your needs now and in the future.
Growing pressure on providers to create smart grids is adding to complexity and sophistication, making network management a growing issue. Suntis enables utility providers to manage a broad range of devices and SIMs remotely and securely.
Suntis solutions are access neutral, enabling communication with GSM, LoRA, radio and LAN devices, and more. So, regardless of your device and connectivity, Suntis can help activate, manage, provision and collect data from anywhere.
The Suntis open microservices approach means that components can be scaled up or down to meet demand as required – an important factor when managing growing IoT estates.
Integrated lifecycle automation and open interfaces mean that Suntis modules can be easily integrated into continuous, existing pipelines and complex deployment scenarios in quick time.
Suntis offers utility providers rapid deployment, built-in security with SIM authentication, seamless cloud integration and a fully redundant and scalable system architecture to ensure that there is no single point of failure.
Suntis’ modular approach means that utility providers can remotely and securely manage their entire network and IoT estate, regardless of size.
Smart grids, renewable energy, and a need for improved efficiency from existing and aging infrastructure offer an increasing challenge to utility providers. With built-in scalability and open architecture, Suntis can help them to future proof their success.
Our utility IoT management solutions offer a low cost of acquisition, with innovative processing (known as Media Break Free Processing) to automate many tasks and integrated data flows, significantly reducing the cost of operations for providers.