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Kerlink, Tata Communications team up to expand LoRaWAN network deployments

Wednesday 12 June 2019 | 10:44 CET | News

Kerlink and Tata Communications Transformation Services (TCTS) entered into a partnership to promote and deploy LoRaWAN IoT networks globally. The partnership was announced at the LoRa Alliance three-day All Members Meeting in Berlin.

Kerlink and TCTS will demonstrate to telecom carriers, start-up IoT connectivity providers, cities and large multinationals how LoRa technology is one of the most responsive and reliable protocols for IoT connectivity. Kerlink and TCTS said they'll offer easily installed and managed networks that include the full range of smart-city applications for lighting, parking, building, energy and refuse management, as well as smart agriculture, metering, and safety and security applications.

Tata Communications, part of the Tata Group along with TCTS, and Kerlink deployed LoRaWAN networks in more than 40 Indian communities and cities, touching over 250 million people in total. The nationwide deployment is powered by more than 10,000 Kerlink Wirnet iBTS Compact stations.

In this partnership with Kerlink, TCTS will provide customers with sensors, integration expertise and the applications needed for its networks. Kerlink will bring Wirnet iBTS stations for low-power/wide-area (LPWA) connectivity. It will also provide its Wanesy Management Center for deploying and operating networks with an optimised total cost of ownership (TCO) and increased return on investment (ROI). The company served customer rollouts of LoRaWAN networks in 69 countries.



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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Kerlink / Tata Communications
Countries: World
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