Globalgig orchestrates hyperconnectivity for the enterprise business continuum using managed communications solutions that include mobility, data, voice and IoT.
As a global Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO), the Globalgig Network provides global wireless connectivity across a 100-plus country footprint.
Globalgig’s services and products include WiFi Hotspots, Remote Office and Backup, Mobile Device Management, and IoT/M2M connectivity solutions. Additionally, our services include Technology Expense Management, Hosted VoIP, UCaaS solutions and many other connectivity solutions essential to the global enterprise.
iGEM was co-founded by Ernest Cunningham and Gregory Casey in early 2016 to provide a comprehensive suite of mobility and connectivity services to multinational enterprises.
iGEM acquired Globalgig with its existing network of MVNO agreements and 100+ country footprint to form the cornerstone of the company’s service offerings.
Seventy-five percent of enterprise communications budgets are being spent on mobile devices, including smartphones, tablets and other devices that support traditional and unified communications with the market growing at 24 percent per year and expected to top $510 billion worldwide by 2022.
Enterprise requirements for monitoring their own equipment are also rapidly on the increase with Gartner predicting that 6.4 billion IoT-connected devices will be in use worldwide by the end of 2016, up 30 percent from 2015, and reaching 20.8 billion by 2020.
Business Continuum is a must for today’s enterprises that require on-demand access to data across geographic borders, diverse communications technologies and disparate devices in real-time.
According to the independent web analytics company StatCounter, internet usage by mobile and tablet devices exceeded desktop worldwide for the first time in October 2016, demonstrating the demand for remote data access with employees operating as a mobile workforce no longer needing to be tied to their desks.
Research indicates that the number of devices managed in the enterprise increased 72 percent from 2014 to 2015, with three-plus devices on average used daily by employees. To achieve maximum productivity, agility and efficiency across any device, national or international office, or remote location in this new era of business continuum, enterprises need a single source to Hyperconnect and Orchestrate these disparate elements seamlessly, securely and without interruption.