Local LoRaWAN and Global 0G Network

Senet and UnaBiz Partner to Enable Seamless Local LoRaWAN and Global 0G Network Access for Hybrid IoT Solutions

Senet, Inc. is a leading provider of cloud-based software and services platforms that enable global connectivity and on-demand network build-outs for the Internet of Things (IoT). UnaBiz, a Massive IoT service provider and integrator, has announced a partnership with Senet to provide customers with seamless access to Senet’s LoRaWAN network services and to collaborate on creating future global 0G network access outside of North America for customers deploying hybrid solutions. Local LoRaWAN and Global 0G Network

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The partnership will initially focus on helping multiple UnaBiz global customers enter the North American market with scaled LPWAN applications using Senet’s Public LoRaWAN Network-as-a-Service (NAAS), Senet’s Platform-as-a-Service (PAAS) – a model where customers bring their own gateways, and other network interconnections.

UnaBiz and Senet collaborate to enable seamless roaming for IoT devices

The new partnership also includes UnaBiz and Senet collaborating to enable roaming that will allow Senet’s customers to seamlessly leverage the UnaBiz global 0G Network powered by Sigfox 0G technology that is owned and commercialized by 70+ national Operators worldwide.

“LPWAN” stands for “Low Power Wide Area Network.” LPWAN is a type of wireless communication network designed to provide long-range connectivity to low-power devices, such as sensors and meters, with low data rates and extended battery life. LPWAN networks are commonly used in Internet of Things (IoT) applications, where devices need to communicate over long distances while consuming minimal power. Examples of LPWAN technologies include LoRaWAN, Sigfox, and NB-IoT.

“We want our customers to focus on the value that Massive IoT can bring instead of worrying about which technology to use, coverage issues, and the cost of deployment. Through our partnership with Senet, our customers can achieve economies of scale by roaming between public 0G network infrastructure, Senet’s public LoRaWAN networks and Senet’s private LoRaWAN network capabilities across North America. This move will also allow our ecosystem partners and solution makers to develop hybrid solutions that service a wider market and use cases, further bringing down the cost of Massive IoT. It is a win-win situation,” said Henri Bong, CEO and Co-Founder of UnaBiz.

LPWAN technologies like LoRaWAN and Sigfox ideal for smart city, healthcare, and logistics applications Local LoRaWAN and Global 0G Network

The strategic alliance between UnaBiz and Senet is a part of UnaBiz’s technology convergence movement which accelerated when the IoT company acquired the Sigfox 0G technology twelve months ago. Both companies are excited about the expansion of their service offerings and the support of customers who rely on hybrid solutions to scale globally.

“A single technology approach is simply not good enough or fast enough for our customers,” said Bruce Chatterley, CEO of Senet. “By interconnecting our network offerings, both Senet and UnaBiz can instantly overcome the geographical limits of our network availability, allowing our customers to expand based on their unique application needs. We share in the UnaBiz vision that IoT, and LPWAN technology specifically, can bring massive benefits to businesses and society. To this end, we are excited about becoming a key UnaBiz strategic partner for North America, which represents one of the largest IoT opportunities in the world.”

Some examples of businesses and applications that could benefit from this partnership:

  1. Smart city applications, such as monitoring traffic flow, parking, and waste management.
  2. Industrial automation and control, such as tracking inventory levels, machine performance, and environmental conditions in factories and warehouses.
  3. Agriculture, such as monitoring soil moisture, temperature, and other environmental factors to optimize crop yield and reduce water consumption.
  4. Logistics and transportation, such as tracking goods and vehicles in real-time improve supply chain efficiency and reduce delivery times.
  5. Healthcare, such as remote patient monitoring and telemedicine applications that enable healthcare providers to remotely monitor and diagnose patients.
  6. Environmental monitoring, such as tracking air and water quality levels detects pollution and prevents environmental hazards.
  7. Smart home applications, such as energy management, security, and home automation services.
  8. Asset trackings, such as monitoring the location and condition of high-value assets, such as vehicles, containers, and equipment.

LPWAN technologies like LoRaWAN and Sigfox are ideal for these types of applications because they offer long-range connectivity, low power consumption, and low data rates, making them well-suited for battery-powered devices that need to communicate over long distances.

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