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Digital Industry Solutions Report: Hybrid low-power IoT – mixing short, medium and long range connectivity for massive IoT

The penny has dropped – IoT is not a winner-takes-all market. Increasingly, IoT solution providers are looking to mix and match low-power IoT technologies to serve complex use cases and drive efficiencies. This report discusses the combination, variously, of wide-area IoT (LoRaWAN, Sigfox, NB-IoT, LTE-M),...

Semtech Webinar: The transition from ‘Connected’ to ‘Smart’ by leveraging data & analytics

 Accessibility to Internet of Things (IoT) technology and the diverse data it uncovers is key to combating some of the globe's most significant challenges that require improved situational awareness, from natural disasters to hunger and even sustainability. Increasingly, more and more companies are leveraging...

Semtech brings LoRa technology to growing IoT satellite network

Semtech exec: 'When you build solutions for massive IoT, you need to scale' Semtech recently announced that its LoRa devices have been integrated into U.S.-based startup Swarm Technologies’ growing global Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellite network that enables two-way communications to and from its satellites...

IoT gateways combine LoRaWAN with cellular

IoT gateways have the potential to connect cellular networks with the low-power wide-area networks that promise to make connectivity affordable for billions of devices. Low-power wide-area networks (LPWANs) transmit data at much lower rates than current LTE networks, meaning that they can use less...

EMEA: Semtech and KPN taking LoRa to the IoT market

Solutions to power the IoT RCR Wireless News covered the recent announcement of the LoRa Alliance and resulting go-to-market activities of IBM Research and Semtech. After meeting with Semtech and KPN, there is more to the story now than just the Alliance discussion. Semtech, a supplier of analog...

EMEA: IBM Research enables ‘Internet of Things’

IBM Research and Semtech announced a new technology based on low-power, wide-area networks targeting machine-to-machine and the "Internet of Things." The technology is said to offer an alternative to the use of cellular or Wi-Fi. The technology is based on long-range wide-area networks, using a...

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