Put a price on network QoS
By 2023 there will be 9 billion global cellular IoT subscribers representing a market worth nearly $34 billion. Many of these will rely upon high-speed network connectivity to be able to perform life, mission or business-critical operations for IoT enterprise sectors such as emergency services, point of sale (POS) devices, smart nations, and connected cars.
The value of connectivity to these businesses is immense; for example, emergency service first responders will require highly-reliable network coverage and performance in the event of an incident to provide data such as accident location, patient monitoring information and medical history. Guarantees from network providers on performance components such as speed and coverage will be highly-valued and as will real-time information from the device so the service provider can have a clear picture of actual connectivity and performance.