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Telia

Sweden
1853
Public
VSE: TEL1L
> $10b
10,001 - 50,000
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We are the New Generation Telco. With a strong connectivity base, Talia is the hub in the digital ecosystem, empowering people, companies and societies to stay in touch with everything that matters 24/7/365 - on their terms. Bringing the world closer - on the customer's terms The digital society is a global society is a global movement. By being connected, people all over the world can explore, invent and share. Talia is on a mission to create a New Generation Telco.

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Things are about to get real When data transits between networks you lose: visibility, reliability and security. To enable end-to-end control, Talia built a dedicated backbone for things. It connects mobile operators and enterprises directly to device management platforms in a single network hop. IoT Backbone Connect M2M or IoT Data Aggregation points to device management platforms in a single network hop. Talia's IoT backhaul solution is a hub and spoke configuration powered by our global IPX backbone. Security Talia owns their own global IPX network - completely separate from the public Internet - which gives them full control and visibility for the highest possible levels of security. • Security by design at the physical and logical levels • Own fiber network end-to-end • Dual highly secure underground NOCs • GSMA compliant for IPX security & DNS standards • 24/7 help desk with direct access to specialist security partners • Rigid personnel screening and Authentication processes • TSIC participates in the Telia Company Privacy policy • Prevent signaling storms and traffic burst Technical • Clear segmentation of data and signaling traffic to mitigate signaling storms • Support IPv4 & IPv6 • Own network end-to-end with low latency • Faster and easier to connect than layer-2 MPLS solutions • Automatic switchover with fully redundant red and blue networks

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Telia’s IoT Snapshot maps the range and focus areas of Telia’s IoT business across Technologies, Use Cases, Industries, and Services. Only categories with active products will be shown. Missing categories indicate that there is no activity in those areas.
Technologies
Platform as a Service (PaaS)
Connectivity Platforms
Data Management Platforms
Device Management Platforms
Networks & Connectivity
Cellular
NB-IoT
Software-Defined Networking
Cybersecurity & Privacy
Network Security
Use Cases
Building Automation & Control
Industries
Transportation
Telia’s Tech Stack maps Telia’s participation in the IoT tech stack.
  • Application Layer
  • Functional Applications

  • Cloud Layer
  • Platform as a Service
    Infrastructure as a Service

  • Edge Layer
  • Automation & Control
    Processors & Edge Intelligence
    Actuators
    Sensors

  • Devices Layer
  • Robots
    Drones
    Wearables
  • Supporting
    Technologies
  • Analytics & Modeling
    Application Infrastructure & Middleware
    Cybersecurity & Privacy
    Networks & Connectivity
Technological Capability
None
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Strong
Number of Case Studies3
Connected Sheep in Norway
Connected Sheep in Norway
On a typical sheep gathering session, 10-12 farmers face difficulties finding all their animals. The implication is that both animal and farmer may have to stay out for longer than necessary. When there is heavy snow, this compounds the problems and the cold induces distress upon both farmer and animal.
Safety First with Folksam
Safety First with Folksam
The competitiveness of the car insurance market is driving UBI growth as a means for insurance companies to differentiate their customer propositions as well as improving operational efficiency. An insurance model - usage-based insurance ("UBI") - offers possibilities for insurers to do more efficient market segmentation and accurate risk assessment and pricing. Insurers require an IoT solution for the purpose of data collection and performance analysis
Bilia's New Deal
Bilia's New Deal
While mechanical service is still needed, incre- asing digitalization of cars has led to the need for rmware and software updates to complement service and repairs. Instead of repairing cars once they have broken down, real-time data from connected cars enables predictive and proactive service. This creates new opportunities for OEMs to increase the direct relationship to the end customer. Conversely, repair shops need to adapt to these new conditions and innovate new business models to ensure future competitiveness.
Number of Software2
TeliaSense
TeliaSense
TeliaSense in actionThe easy-to-use mobile app puts everything you need to know right at your fingertips. However you use your car, ownership will become smoother, easier and more convenient.
Telia Carrier
Telia Carrier
Our online lives are changing. Our cars, our homes and the cities we live in are becoming online. And the more we connect, the more we need to connect.That’s where we come in. We are the backbone of the internet – and a whole lot more. We connect eyeballs to content and businesses to the cloud. And we do it with the security and performance we’re all going to need. So we can all keep focusing on possibilities.WELCOME TO AS1299We started building our network 1993 – and we’re not done yet. Because there’s no substitute for owning your own. Having the end-to-end control to know exactly what’s happening and the power to do something about it – before end users notice. That’s the difference our backbone makes: your end users won’t even know we’re here.KEEP THEM SEPARATEDWhen it comes to connectivity, you can never have too much certainty. Which is why we developed our red and blue networks.This strict separation of two geographically diverse networks delivers 99.999% reliability. And as both the red and blue networks have similar delay performance, delivery doesn’t suffer if one of them goes down.In contrast to most carriers, we have a high level of PoP diversity. All international gateway PoPs and heavily trafficked cities have a minimum of two identical PoPs, at two different locations, to guarantee performance.DIVERSITY BY DESIGNCrossings in the network are, in practice, unavoidable. But we are constantly rebuilding our network to minimize the risks.Where red-blue can’t be applied, documented standards – aimed at resilience by design – allow for meshing and ring concepts.Further, we try to double everything that’s feasible, including power, so if something happens it won’t affect our customers. And we are always on the lookout for new ways to improve our entire system.
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