Warsaw, Poland, and Thorigné Fouillard, France – 16 may 2017 18:00 Netemera, leader Polish of the Internet of things (IoT), and Kerlink (ALKLK – FR0013156007), a specialist network and solutions dedicated to the IoT, announced today the launch of the Network Objects of Netemera, the first national network Polish low-speed and long-range (Low Power Wide Area Network – LPWA).
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This network is based on the technology LoRaWANTM promoted globally by the Alliance LoRaTM, meets the needs of reducing cost and energy consumption required for a rapid implementation of the IoT. Netemera will operate the network, allowing Polish companies to design and deploy connected devices for smart applications, as the records of consumption of water and electricity, monitoring of air quality, the management of fleets of vehicles, parking, lighting or monitoring equipment
Netemera chose Kerlink to equip the Network Objects with gateways, LoRa®, latest, stations, and carrier-class. The network, already deployed in the Polish capital, Warsaw, its suburbs, and underlines the significant investment of Netemera in the IoT in Poland and considerably broadens the adoption of the Alliance LoRa in Central Europe.
Beyond the deployment of the network and application servers, Netemera develops hardware and software dedicated to the IoT, and integrates equipment from third-parties, as well as solutions end-to-end in order to provide its customers with as much flexibility as possible in the implementation of their solutions IoT. The company also provides SMES and entrepreneurs with the knowledge and skills necessary to quickly become productive and innovative, benefiting from the wide range of solutions to federated and made available by the Alliance LoRa.
“The Network Objects of Netemera already being accompanied by several drivers in the areas of smart cities, metering and tracking, and provides opportunities for equipment suppliers IoT and application developers to test new products and solutions,” says Laurent Thiriaux, President and ceo of Netemera. “The solutions reliable and high-performance of Kerlink, based on the technology LoRaWANTM, will enable our customers to quickly integrate the IoT across multiple applications. ”
The Network Objects of Netemera is based on the network stations LoRaWANTM WirnetTM iBTS and WirnetTM iBTS Compact of Kerlink.
“Thanks to our partnership with Netemera, that is committed to rapidly deploy its network IoT national, the solutions of Kerlink will bring connectivity to low-speed and long-reach clients and partners Netemera in Poland,” says Aurelian Seugnet, Sales Manager Public Operators at Kerlink. “The reliability and performance of the network stations LoRaWANTM WirnetTM iBTS and WirnetTM iBTS Compact Kerlink have been demonstrated by our partners in many countries, and help to encourage the international expansion of our business. ”
Geoff Mulligan, Chairman of the Alliance LoRa, indicates that Netemera is the proof that such a network can be deployed very quickly thanks to the support of the ecosystem Alliance LoRa within which to work together close to 500 members for the successful adoption of the protocols LoRaWANTM.
“As a global standard open offering connectivity LPWA secure and high-quality operator for the Internet of things, the simplicity of LoRaWANTM allows companies like Netemera offer coverage IoT not only in the cities of 2.6 million residents as Warsaw, but also to achieve regional and national coverage with relative ease,” he concludes. Netemera is looking for manufacturers, institutions, R & D, solution providers and start-ups in order to create a strong ecosystem and accelerate the joint development of solutions for IoT innovative. Netemera also plans to work with urban communities wishing to become smart cities of the avant-garde. The Network Objects of Netemera is currently deployed in 15 of the largest cities of Poland, and will be gradually expanded to meet the needs of the clients.
Kerlink is a founding member and member of the board of directors of the Alliance LoRa, that Netemera joined in September 2016 as an active member.
Netemera is a Polish company independent founded by a team of experienced leaders with experience in the industries of telecommunications, and manufacturing. Netemera is an engineering company, innovative in the industry of the Internet of things, and providing resources for the development of equipment and software for IoT. Netemera assists companies and institutions to succeed in the revolution of smart cities and industry 4.0. Netemera provides solutions IoT turnkey, and offers connectivity through its Network of Machines, based on the world standard Lor®. For more information, visit www.netemera.com
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Kerlink is a specialist network solutions dedicated to the Internet of things. Its vocation is to offer its customers telecom operators, enterprises and communities to the network solutions (equipment, software and services), dedicated to the Internet of things. Over the past three years, Kerlink has invested more than 8 Million in R&D. In a little over 10 years, more than 70 000 installations Kerlink have already been deployed to more than 260 clients, such as GrDF, Suez, Saur, Médiamétrie. In 2016, Kerlink has achieved a turnover of 14.1 M, including 25% International. Since 2013, Kerlink displays an average annual growth of more than 50%. Kerlink is listed on Alternext Paris since may of 2016.
For more information, visit www.kerlink.fr and follow us on Twitter @kerlink_news
The technology used in a network LoRaWANTM is designed to connect sensors low-cost, battery-powered, long distances, in harsh environments, that previously it was hard to connect for technical reasons or cost. Thanks to its unique ability of penetration and spread, a gateway LoRaWANTM deployed on a building or a tower can be connected to sensors located more than 15 kilometers or the energy meters deployed in the ground or in basements. The protocol LoRaWANTM offers unique advantages and unmatched in terms of bidirectionality, security, mobility and precise location that are not covered by other technologies, LPWAN. These benefits will support the case of use of different and to design new economic models that will enable the deployment of large networks, IoT LPWAN global scale.
About the LoRa alliance bean content
The Alliance LoRa is an association open to non-profit with over 400 members since its creation in march 2015, thus becoming one of the alliances the most important and the most dynamic sector of high technology. Its members work closely together and share their experience to promote the protocol LoRaWANTM as a global standard open for connectivity of IoT LPWA secure, and standard operator.
Thanks to the flexibility technique is required to handle several types of applications, IoT, static and mobile, and a certification program for ensuring the interoperability, the protocol LoRaWANTM is already widely deployed in the world by the major mobile network operators and is expected to extend well into 2017.
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