Managed Services for IoT (MNSi™) is a cloud-based “turn-key” M2M network service that enables network operators and other connectivity providers to rapidly deploy LoRaWAN services on their physical assets (towers, buildings, etc.) and offer low power wide area network connectivity to their customers. MNSi enables operators to implement a multi-tenant and multi-vendor solution for a diversified go-to-market and channel strategy. With MNSi you can accelerate time-to-revenue and securely activate and monitor thousands, and ultimately millions, of devices across a broad range of business models.
Senet’s Managed Network Services for IoT (MNSi) is a cloud-based service that enables operators and other connectivity providers to rapidly deploy LoRaWAN™ network services on their physical assets (towers, buildings, etc.) and offer Low Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN) connectivity to their customers. Designed to meet the scalability requirements of the Internet of Things (IoT), MNSi provides Operations Support System (OSS) and Business Support System (BSS) services to securely connect, activate and monitor millions, and ultimately billions of IoT devices in a multi-tenant and multi-vendor environment across a broad range of applications and business models.
Senet supports customers with existing or branded instances of its Network Server and manages the network on the operator’s behalf, reducing resource requirements and cost. Network operators deploy and manage a LoRaWAN Radio Access Network and use Senet’s Network Server and OSS/BSS functionality to onboard customers and facilitate business engagements. Senet’s cloud-based Network Server is scalable to hundreds of millions of devices and deployed in efficient, right sized, cost effective increments. This architecture allows the MNSi service to be expanded over time as the End Device and gateway volumes are increased and is cost optimized and aligned to the network operator’s capacity requirements.
The Senet Network Server has a suite of features and task oriented tools developed over years of commercial network operation experience. The Network Server functionality includes:
> Health, Status and Performance
> Configuration and Provisioning
> Alerting, Escalation and Ticketing
> Network Planning and Expansion Tools