Stream's 4G/LTE, or Fourth Generation/Long Term Evolution, connectivity provides customers with an extremely fast wireless internet connection that is ideal for applications such as video surveillance or streaming services that require high data throughput.
Offering the fastest transmission speeds in cellular connectivity, reduced latency and extremely stable data transfer, 4G/LTE is quickly becoming the most sought after service in the industry.
Stream offer 4G connectivity across all 4 UK networks, ensuring that customers receive the best coverage options for their connectivity needs.
Stream's 3G, or Third Generation, connectivity provides customers with a fast, reliable connection speed for their devices.
3G is the ideal solution for customers who need to transmit a large amount of data, but do not require the ultra fast transmission speeds offered by 4G/LTE.
Alternatively, customers may opt for 3G connectivity if their devices are deployed in a region that does not have 4G/LTE coverage.
Stream's 2G, or Second Generation, connectivity provides customers with low-cost, low-bitrate connectivity.
2G connectivity consumes less power than 3G or 4G/LTE, which allows it to provide the optimal level of service in terms of device battery life.
Stream’s 2G connectivity services are ideal for customers who have a requirement to transmit small amounts of data while keeping operating costs and power consumption to a minimum.
To provide global connectivity to customers, Stream has integrated with a variety of Tier 1 Global Operators. With services covering over 600 operators across the globe, Stream can provide a versatile range of connectivity options, ranging from low usage flat rate tariffs to high usage options for specific countries and regions.
Regardless of the operator being used, all customer data traffic is transited via Stream's resilient APN infrastructure, to ensure that customers retain visibility and control of the connectivity of devices.