@Sigfox: LPWAN is not red ocean market

Source: disk91.com “LPWAN stands for Low Power Wide Area Networks. These technologies are the heart of the innovative IoT technologies. They are allowing sensors / devices to work and communicate for years with really small power requirements. They are enabling long range communication, allowing low costs networks. The first coming on the market was Sigfox […]

Accessing @Sigfox data through Google Assistant

Preface Sigfox is the initiator of the 0G network and the world’s leading Internet of Things service provider. Its global network allows millions of devices to connect to the Internet, in a straightforward way, while consuming as little energy as possible. Sigfox unique approach to device-to-cloud communications addresses the three greatest barriers to global IoT adoption: […]

Exosite and @Sigfox Partner to Launch Sigfox Service Integration

Source: WebWire Exosite, a leading provider in the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) platform market, today announced a new collaboration with Sigfox, a global communications service provider specializing in the connectivity of low-power sensors and devices. The two companies have teamed up to launch Sigfox Service, an integration between the Sigfox backend and Exosite’s Murano® IoT software platform. […]

“5 Reasons Why We Don’t Do Our Devices with LoRa or NB-IoT”

Source: SimpleHW Sometimes we get the question why we don’t do the simplePack with LoRa or NB-IoT. There are 5 reasons for that: Focus We believe that companies sometimes do products for all technologies but don’t understand that each technology has its specific place. These companies are also not able to leverage the unique advantages of each. […]

@Sigfox France demonstrates the 0G potential in response to the scheduled shutdown of the Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN)

Source: Sigfox Paris, France – May 14th, 2019 – Within three years, all switched networks will have disappeared and most of them will be replaced by exchanges based on the IP protocol, with or without wires. This standardization of exchanges allows substantial gains in telecommunications infrastructures, but it generates significant costs for migrating from existing solutions based on switched […]