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Friday, August 25, 2017

Arkessa teams with telent for German LPWAN IoT network

By Nick Flaherty

German low power wireless network operator telent is working with IoT software provider Arkessa to roll out LoRaWAN nodes in the Energy, Transport, Industry 4.0 and Smart City sectors.

Netzikon, a public German LoRaWAN network operator and subsidiary of telent, will use Arkessa's connectivity management, network roaming and localization solutions such as eUICC to deliver digital services for the connection and networking of intelligent equipment units based on the LoRaWAN radio technology.

"The partnership between Netzikon, telent and Arkessa, all members of the LoRa Alliance, demonstrates a commitment to simplifying and future-proofing Enterprise IoT. Together we are helping global organisations to deploy IoT solutions faster and more efficiently," said Andrew Orrock, CEO of Arkessa.

telent is a member of the euromicron group and provides networks and systems for critical infrastructures as well as operational and safety-related communication. 

Cambridge-based Arkessa connects IoT devices and services to the IoT, regardless of location, network operator or wireless technology. By aggregating multiple global mobile networks and technologies - cellular (2G, 3G, 4G), satellite and low power wide-area (LPWAN) - into a single service and management platform, Arkessa enables IoT devices to connect out-of-the-box and operate anywhere on the planet. This secure and future-proof service platform is easy to adopt, integrate and scale enabling Enterprises and OEMs to optimise design, manufacturing and logistics and focus on new revenue generating services.

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