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French IoT firm Sigfox currently operates in 30 markets. Global internet of things and mobile virtual network operator enabler Teleena signed a strategic partnership with Dutch Sigfox network operator Aerea. …

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There are a number of unlicensed low-power wide-area network startups going toe-to-toe to be one to connect the biggest chunk of the massive and growing “internet of things” market. Players …

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Sigfox announced earlier this month it is closing a $160 million (150 million euros) funding round it intends to use on expansion of its low power wide area network. Companies …

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We sat down with Guillaume Houssay, co-founder and CEO of Qowisio North America, to discuss the company’s view on providing LoRa-based low power wide area network services in a more …

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Senet, a low power wide area network provider for North American LoRa-based “internet of things” applications, today announced a partnership with Paige Ag, a manufacturer and supplier of wire, cables, …

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NB-IoT

In 2015, Huawei published a report titled “NB-IoT: Enabling new business opportunities,” arguing that wide area low power networks, which had already been around for a decade, were fragmented – …

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A LoRaWAN test town for Hungary Szada is a small town on the outskirts of Budapest, Hungary, with a population of around 5,000. Its economy has relied on agriculture for …

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DALLAS – Low-power wide-area network provider a href=”http://industrialiot5g.com/20160819/channels/fundamentals/rpma-ingenu-tag31-tag99″>Ingenu announced the launch last week of its network in New Orleans, which was also the same day LPWA Americas kicked off in Dallas. We …

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LPWA: low cost, fast expansion DALLAS–Dave Kjendal, CTO and vice president of engineering at Senet, a LoRaWAN network provider, gave a talk titled “Enabling rapid IoT network deployment to capture …

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DALLAS–Allen Proithis, president of Sigfox North America, gave a keynote address titled “Power to the devices,” at this week’s LPWA Americas event. He spoke of the current state of IoT …

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