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Kerlink designed the world’s first commercially available product range of outdoor carrier-grade LoRaWAN gateways in 2014. Since Kerlink developed a complete portfolio of best-in-class network solutions for the Internet of Things (IoT).
Mobile Networks Operators (MNOs), Mobile Network Virtual Operators (MVNOs), Cable Operators or Telecom Tower Operators are all willing to create tremendous value for the IoT business and help their customers to transition to digitalization.
Kerlink’s mission is to provide its public operators customers with
a full range of leading and state of the art Network Infrastructure and Network Operations solutions, to quickly design, launch and operate end-to-end IoT networks, and empower them to efficiently manage IoT connectivity on their own, no matter if they are new comers on this market or recognized players willing to enrich their existing network infrastructures (Cellular, WiFi, Mesh…).
an enriched portfolio of value added services to support innovative business models and monetize the IoT opportunity like Geolocation , Device Management and Professional Services .
Together, we will help your end customers to launch, manage and monetize their IoT connected services.
Proximus is an international telecom company and the leading provider of telephony, Internet, television and network-based ICT services in Belgium. Proximus’s LoRaWAN Internet of Things network covers Flanders, Brussels and most cities in Wallonia, with extensive deployments underway in other regions. The company also deployed an IoT network in Luxembourg. The networks are powered by more than 1,000 Wirnet Stations and Wirnet iBTS Standard LoRa® gateways.
In both countries, Proximus is helping customers quickly establish use cases in key IoT sectors, such as smart cities, smart metering, asset tracking, building monitoring and smart industry.
“Proximus launched a cell-densification project in Belgium shortly after our initial LoRaWAN network deployment, which is testimony to the positive reception and increasing use of the network by our customers. We tested Kerlink’s Wirnet stations before deployment, and they demonstrated that they fully meet the expectations of users, backed by the Kerlink team’s constant customer support and confirmed expertise.”
Alex Thomas, IoT program manager for Proximus
For more information about Proximus, visit : https://www.proximus.be/en/id_cl_iot/companies-and-public-sector/solutions/connected-business/internet-of-things.html
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Spark is deploying a low-power wide-area (LPWA) Internet of Things network that will provide New Zealanders with cost-efficient, two-way information and data from sensors and various applications in smart metering, smart buildings, smart agriculture, smart cities and asset tracking. Based on LoRa® technology, the network will cover around 70% of New Zealand’s urban center and rural populations by 2018. Eighty percent of New Zealand’s population will have access to Spark’s IoT network by mid-2018.
“The efficiency, safety and security applications that the Internet of Things offers will change how our cities and businesses operate. We can put sensors on vehicles and equipment so we know where they are and how they’re being used. Companies can track assets far from their warehouses and sensors installed in parks, refuse bins and other municipal assets will help our councils improve the efficiency of routine maintenance. Kerlink LoRaWAN gateways are helping Spark deliver these services with high reliability and strong performance, while also providing geolocation-ready design and enabling a wide array of concrete, value-added applications.”
Michael Stribling, Spark’s GM IoT Solutions
For more information about Spark IoT solutions please visit sparkdigital.co.nz
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YEAP! is an established and innovative telecom company with experience throughout Latin America. It created what is now the Movistar Network (MOVICOM), which operates in Spain and 13 Central and South American countries, and launched CTI Movil, now America Movil, a leading provider of integrated telecommunications services in Latin America. The Buenos Aires-based company created YEAP! in early 2017, with the vision of deploying LoRaWAN Internet of Things (IoT) networks throughout South America.
YEAP! and Kerlink’s nationwide deployment of Argentina’s LoraWAN network now reaches 50 sites in Buenos Aires, Greater Bueno Aires, Cordoba, Rosario and Santa Fe, and is expected to be completed by the end of 2018. Stating in 2018, the Kerlink and YEAP! team will bring the IoT to Uruguay and Paraguay, providing low power, wide area connectivity for businesses and municipalities to support use cases for smart agriculture, smart energy and asset tracking and management.
“Kerlink was one of the first IoT-technology companies to enable low-power, long-range connectivity and to launch easy-to-install infrastructure solutions for billions of devices that improve cost-efficiency and scalability across multiple verticals. This gives them a strong market expertise and leadership.”
Martin Rajman, CEO of YEAP!
For more information about Yeap! IoT solutions please visit http://www.yeap.com.ar/
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Senet owns and operates the largest low-power, carrier-grade, public LoRa network in North America, deployed in more than 225 cities across the United States. With its unique LoRaWAN network-as-a-service enablement models, Senet provides users with highly flexible options for participating in the global IoT revolution.
The company’s Cloud-based LoRaWAN Network Operating System is speeding up LPWAN commercialization worldwide and creating a ubiquitous IoT network that allows device placement on any LoRa network, with revenue sharing opportunities based on each partner’s role. Senet also supports an open partner-and-developer ecosystem that accelerates the commercialization of LoRaWAN applications and devices.
Senet is partnering with Kerlink to expand its network coverage and capacity and to roll out the first commercial network in North America to support LoRaWAN. Senet’s LoRa® end-nodes support this functionality, and can be used for a wide range of applications requiring location determination for battery-powered end-devices that do not require the precision of GPS.
Demand for these services is significant. Machina Research forecasts that a third of the world’s 15 billion connected devices will depend on geodata by the end of 2020.
“Strong ecosystem partnerships and critical technical advantages have allowed Senet to become a leading IoT connectivity-software and solutions provider. We are pleased to be working with trusted partners like Kerlink to bring geolocation and other enhanced features to market in order to meet the demands of mass scale IoT deployments.”
Dave Kjendal, CTO of Senet
For more information about Senet please visit : www.senetco.com
Netemera is Poland’s first operator of a nationwide public network dedicated to the Internet of Things, and an integrator of end-to-end IoT solutions. The network, based on the LoRaWAN technology and powered by Kerlink’s Wirnet iBTS and Wirnet iBTS Compact gateways, enables cost-saving and energy-efficiency features required for rapid implementation of the IoT. Netemera offers connectivity in Poland’s 17 biggest cities and plans further deployments to meet customer needs and provide indoor and deep-indoor coverage required for some applications.
Netemera’s network is dedicated to bidirectional, wireless communication for sensors that monitor variables such as geographical location, resource consumption, environmental parameters and the state of equipment. It allows Polish institutions, businesses and private users to design and deploy connected devices for smart applications like water-and-electricity metering, air-quality monitoring, fleet management, parking, lighting and asset tracking.
“Netemera’s Network for Machines already supports several deployments in the fields of smart cities, metering and tracking solutions. It also offers opportunities for IoT vendors and application developers to test new products and apps. Kerlink’s reliable, high-performance solutions and LoRaWAN will allow our customers to quickly and simply use the IoT for multiple applications.”
Laurent Thiriaux, CEO of Netemera
For more information about Netemera IoT solutions please visit https://www.netemera.com
Pervasive Nation is Ireland’s Internet of Things (IoT) network operated by CONNECT, the Science Foundation Ireland Research Centre for Future Networks and Communications headquartered at Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin. Pervasive Nation is based on Low Power Wide Area (LPWA) networking, using LoRaWAN technology.
CONNECT is building a national scale IoT testbed that will become a resource for industry, government and academia, and act as a strong catalyst for Internet of Things research and innovation for new applications and services in smart agriculture, smart cities, smart health and other fields.
The testbed is particularly suited to connectivity and networking of small, simple devices in difficult-to-reach locations and remote areas. These devices typically require battery operation or have only small energy-scavenging needs and communicate in low data rates. LoRaWAN networks offer the combined benefits of long battery life for sensors (up to 10 years), long-range coverage in license-free ISM spectrum (up to 15 kilometers), and lower cost for connected devices.
“Pervasive Nation is a resource for the Irish research community and is open to both academic and industrial researchers who want to test pre-commercial IoT ideas. The Internet of Things is a fast-moving research area, and Pervasive Nation will provide the most advanced IoT technology. Our relationship with Kerlink, one of the founding members of the LoRa Alliance, allows us to deploy the latest gateway capabilities, mixing performance, scalability and reliability. These are crucial features of the network.”
Tim Forde, Executive Director of CONNECT
For more information about Pervasive Nation www.pervasivenation.ie