No Harm to Networks
How oneM2M Standard-Based IoT Solutions Protect Mobile Networks

As Internet of Things (IoT) Devices begin to grow in number and start leveraging new mobile network capabilities, Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) will need to plan how to protect their networks from potential harmful effects. There are a number of past scenarios where IoT devices have caused significant degradation in service quality, impacting not only other IoT devices, but affecting entire regional cellular networks, ultimately causing breaks in service availability. This paper provides an overview of the GSMA guidelines for efficient cellular IoT connections and how oneM2M standard helps implement them. It also discusses how MNO’s can certify IoT devices to ensure efficient network operations.



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