The announcement was made at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona by Cellusys director Stephen Brewer, one of Ireland’s leading technology pioneers.
Mr Brewer described JT as one of the world’s longest-established telcos, with a global footprint of IoT-enabled SIMs.
The partnership will enable enterprise customers of JT to actually see and manage their cellular connectivity security of IoT and machine-to-machine SIMs via an IoT security dashboard.
‘This is an important partnership for Cellusys,’ Mr Brewer said.
‘Security is a growing concern of many enterprise customers and JT and Cellusys IoT together will put enterprise customers back in control of risk management of their cellular connectivity solution with IoT Protect.’
Tom Noel, managing director of JT International, said: ‘Our Machine 2 Machine SIM solution is purpose-built to deliver the connectivity required for IoT deployments at scale.’
Another new JT partnership with North Carolina-based Able Device was also announced.
Able Device’s technology takes advantage of under-utilised processing power in every SIM card and turns it into an actual programmable virtual computer.
Using Able’s software, JT can monitor network quality, detect location, and save customers money.