This white paper outlines the addition of an IoT feature to the TelecomsXChange (TCXC) platform, which enables buyers to create new IoT clients with access credentials. These clients can use MQTT to send and receive messages on the TCXC platform, after they have been successfully authenticated and authorized by the TCXC AAA service.

The service has a fixed cost of $0.00012 per message and ensures a secure and adaptable approach to IoT device management.


With the rapid growth of the Internet of Things (IoT) and the increasing number of devices being connected to the internet, there is a growing need for a scalable and secure platform to manage IoT devices.

The TelecomsXChange (TCXC) platform is a leading provider of communication services digital transformation, and adding an IoT service will allow users to manage their IoT devices in a secure and efficient way.

IoT Protocol

The IoT service on TCXC platform will be based on the MQTT protocol, which is a lightweight and efficient messaging protocol designed for use in IoT devices. MQTT is widely used in the IoT industry due to its low overhead, low latency, and support for various QoS levels.

The platform will allow buyers to create new IoT clients, which will provide customers with access credentials that they can use on their IoT devices to connect and send/receive messages.

Open Source Projects:

The MQTT protocol is widely supported by open-source projects, which allows developers to create new applications and integrate them into the TCXC IoT service.

Some examples of devices and open-source projects that can support the MQTT protocol include:

  • Raspberry Pi: A popular single-board computer that can be used to create a range of IoT devices.
  • Arduino: An open-source electronics platform that allows developers to create interactive electronic projects.
  • Eclipse Mosquitto: An open-source MQTT broker that can be used to connect IoT devices to the TCXC platform.
  • Eclipse Paho: An open-source MQTT client library that allows developers to integrate MQTT into their applications.

Use Cases:

The TCXC IoT service enables developers to create various applications and use cases. Examples include:

  • Smart Home: IoT devices can be used to control various aspects of a home, such as lighting, temperature, and security.
  • Industrial IoT: IoT devices can be used to monitor and control industrial processes, such as manufacturing and logistics.
  • Healthcare: IoT devices can be used to monitor patients’ health and provide remote healthcare services.
  • Agriculture: IoT devices can be used to monitor crops and soil conditions, and provide automated irrigation and fertilization.


The addition of an IoT service to the TCXC platform will provide users with a scalable and secure way to manage their IoT devices. By using the MQTT protocol and supporting various open-source projects, developers can create a range of applications and use cases that integrate with the TCXC IoT service. The platform’s pricing model of $0.00012 per message makes it affordable and accessible to users of all sizes.

We invite you to read our latest white paper and learn more about how you can leverage this powerful tool to achieve your business goals with the power of IoT connectivity. 🔍💡