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NLT partners with Constanta on LoRa connectivity for IoT

Tuesday 19 January 2021 | 15:36 CET | News
Electronics manufacturer Constanta has signed a contract with MNVO NLT to provide LoRa connectivity for IoT, reports Teletime. The plan is to offer MVNO connectivity for applications such as smart consumer meters and ground condition sensors. The two companies aim to have a physical presence of engineering teams in a shared innovation centre specialising in IoT development.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: American Tower / Vivo
Countries: Brazil
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