Minima and stacuity partner on blockchain powered revolution in IoT connectivity

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Blockchain and IoT connectivity specialists, Minima and stacuity, have teamed up to revolutionise IoT installations across multiple industries.

The partnership will integrate Minima’s decentralised blockchain capabilities with stacuity’s programmable core mobile network and SIM cards, providing an exciting set of tools for IoT customers.

This collaboration between Minima and stacuity is set to democratise access to mobile connectivity by combining their powerful and complementary technology, making it easier for telecom operators, service providers, and IoT solution developers to innovate at the intersection of blockchain and IoT.

The partnership will provide IoT customers with the tools they need to enhance their IoT installations across numerous industries, including smart buildings, energy, automotive, health, logistics, and water.

By combining the strengths of their respective networks, Minima and stacuity are opening up new possibilities for IoT connectivity, security, identity, and decentralisation. This partnership has the potential to accelerate innovation in the IoT market by making these technologies more accessible and user-friendly.

“We are excited to partner with stacuity to offer a powerful set of tools for industrial IoT installations in a secure decentralised manner,” said Hugo Feiler, CEO of Minima. “By integrating Minima’s blockchain technology with stacuity’s programmable core mobile network, we can offer telecom operators secure data handling and users a simple SIM-based product.”

“This partnership has the potential to democratise access to two powerful and complementary sets of technology,” says Mike Bromwich, stacuity’s founder and a telecom industry veteran. “We are excited by this partnership to accelerate innovation in the IoT market and offer our customers the tools they need to succeed in the IoT industry.”

Working together, the two companies have the potential to change the way IoT devices are connected and managed, allowing IoT customers to innovate more easily and quickly.

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