With the strategic deployment of 5G new infrastructure and the digital transformation of the industry entering a new stage, telecom carriers provide end-to-end solutions for IoT access to customers across the industry, serving terminal developers, individual geek developers, and capability Providers, application developers, and the whole ecosystems within the group. It needs to meet the unified access capabilities of hybrid devices that cross industries, networks, and protocols. Telecom carriers provide IoT value-added services, build ecology, accumulate a large amount of industry data and improve digital service capabilities through the platform.
In addition to the ultimate network experience and greater capacity, the cross-age 5G technology has also opened up the era of the IoT. It has penetrated all walks of life, such as smart city, autonomous driving, intelligent manufacturing, smart home, and intelligent agriculture. EMQ focuses on the 5G IoT scenario, solves the application scenarios of IoT device access, message routing, stream data preprocessing and classified storage reliably, and empowers the digital transformation of enterprises.
Communication equipment manufacturers actively embrace MQTT in the background of IoT, and work with telecom carriers to achieve massive access and cloud configuration capabilities for edge devices (gateways, set-top boxes, CPEs, etc.) so as to promote the collaborative development of intelligent networking, smart home and cloud-network integration.
It can support the unified access capability for the entire industries such as smart cities, smart agriculture, industrial Internet of things, transportation and logistics, across multiple networks including 2G, 3G, 4G, 5G, NB, as well as multi-application protocols such as MQTT, LwM2M, TCP, HTTP, T-LINK and multi-encrypted transmissions such as SM9 and DTLS.
Telecom carriers take advantage of the network to develop a large number of IoT users. The high-availability cluster architecture of multi-datacenter built by EMQ and telecom carriers can meet ten-million-level device connections and million-level TPS message throughput capabilities.
EMQ's distributed cluster architecture supports the dynamic horizontal expansion of capacity. High-availability clusters with multiple centers in different locations ensure high availability of services.
Through a powerful rule engine, EMQ supports writing data to Redis, MySQL, PostgreSQL, MongoDB and other databases for message data persistence, and writing to various time-series databases such as TDengine, InfluxDB, OpenTSDB, and TimescaleDB for message conversion.
EMQ can provide unified access to hybrid devices across networks and protocols.
Ten-million-level connections and million-level TPS message throughput capabilities provide platform support for telecom carriers to access massive IoT terminals.
Highly available, easy to expand, and rich northbound data interface can meet the application integration of customers in different industries.
Open cooperation model and continuous optimization of delivery capabilities.
Through in-depth cooperation with EMQ, E-Surfing IoT has built CTWing into the world's largest group-level NB-IoT device access platform. Now, the cumulative number of connected devices on this IoT platform has reached tens of millions.Learn More →