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Globalstar introduces Realm Cloud Mobile Device Management Platform
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Globalstar introduces Realm Cloud Mobile Device Management Platform
by Staff Writers
Covington LA (SPX) Mar 13, 2023

Globalstar, Inc. (NYSE American: GSAT) has unveiled Realm Cloud, an agile mobile device and data management (MDM) platform designed to enable VARs and customers with all the capabilities required to solve speed-to-market needs for deploying and building customized asset tracking and telematics solutions while lowering the cost of ownership.

Designed for an ever-evolving future, Realm Cloud offers easy-to-use device management capabilities, custom dashboards and API integrations with increased functionality. It creates a converged solution, providing users with access to enhanced analytics, standard data decoding for all Globalstar products, and the capability of integrating non-Globalstar products (cellular or satellite), enabling a single pane of glass.

At launch, customers can employ Realm Cloud as a standalone endpoint or leverage its comprehensive, rich array of features, flexibility, and architecture that includes microservices, APIs, and DevOps automation for a custom backend application.

Realm Cloud works with existing and future IoT devices and extends the capabilities of Globalstar edge devices, like the Integrity 150 solar-powered satellite asset tracker and ST150M satellite modem module. Realm Cloud is the perfect tool to build on for current and future asset tracking device and data management needs, the company said.

"Realm Cloud brings next-level capabilities for Globalstar customers enabling faster time to market, lowering cost of total ownership while adding new functionality on an aggressive roadmap schedule," said Chirag Patel, director of product management at Globalstar. "It readies VARs and customers to adapt and thrive for delivering a more comprehensive solution."

"The launch of Realm Cloud offers a new way to scale while minimizing per-device maintenance," said David Haight, vice president of IoT at Globalstar. "Realm Cloud will play an important role for our VARs and customers, making it easier for them to address the broadening need for enhanced device and data management with greater flexibility and innovation."

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