ARM acquires Stream Technologies to realise trillion connected devices by 2035

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Arm, a chip-design company, has acquired Glasgow-based Stream Technologies, a leading connectivity management technology provider, for an undisclosed sum. This acquisition helps ARM in improving IoT connectivity among different devices in the future.

Stream's single user interface helps manage the physical connectivity across all major wireless protocols – such as cellular, LoRa, Satellite, etc. along with eSIM orchestration, simplified billing APIs.

Arm's Mbed IoT Device Management platform will be integrated with the technologies from Stream to enable connectivity management of every device regardless of location or network.

The consumption of IoT data brings enterprises larger benefits such as greater efficiencies, faster time to market, cost savings and generating new revenue streams. Arm's vision is to help customers by connecting trillion devices by 2035

The combination of Stream’s technology with Arm’s Mbed IoT Device Management Platform will provide partners with a robust end-to-end IoT platform for managing, connecting, provisioning, and updating devices in a way that is easily scalable and flexible, says the Arm announcement.

Stream was founded in 2000. The company maintains more than 770,000 managed subscribers and 2TB average traffic per day.

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