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How Connectivity Leads to a Smarter Planet

Here are some examples of how long range, low-power IoT technology is connecting and benefiting our smart planet. Read more

Big Growth Areas: Connectivity, AI, Reliability

Where the chip industry is heading this year, and where the biggest fallout will occur. Read more
IMC IoT M2M Council

Semtech, Wilhelmsen and TTI put LoRa on ships

Semtech, Wilhelmsen and The Things Industries (TTI) aim to transform the maritime industry with LoRa-based connectivity. Read more
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Selecting the Right Low-Power Wide-Area Network (LPWAN) Technology

IoT is transforming the way humans and devices interact with each other, creating market opportunities and enabling change across industries. Read more
All About Circuts

Implementing LoRa-based Solutions for Smart Metering

This article explores the use of LoRa devices for long-range, low power smart metering of utilities, which allows for remote daily operations and the collection of data. Read more

IoT Solutions Partnership Formed

Three companies are working together to help deliver cost-effective, robust and proven IoT solutions to the maritime shipping industry. Read more
Enterprise IoT Insights

LoRa Alliance on 2020: Private networks, platform advances, edge computing

“Industrial IoT (IIoT) has advanced by leaps and bounds this year as companies have realized the amount of insight they could gain into their operations and resource utilization. There is no sign of activity slowing in 2020, driven by business and technology initiatives that will integrate IIoT and make it a standard operating procedure. Read more
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Semtech to Deploy 1,000 LoRaWAN-Based Gateways in Korea by 2022

Semtech Corporation, a supplier of high-performance analog and mixed-signal semiconductors, has announced that the Metropolitan Government of Seoul, South Korea plans to deploy a new enterprise-grade citywide network for Internet of Things (IoT) applications based on Semtech’s LoRa devices and the LoRaWAN protocol. The network is part of a larger plan by the city government to increase its connectivity offerings and create one of the world’s first “hyper-connected cities” by 2022. Also included in this plan is the creation of a public and free-to-use municipal Wi-Fi network, accessible to all from anywhere within the city’s limits. Read more
Enterprise IoT Insights

Seoul plans to deploy city-wide LoRaWAN IoT network

Semtech partnering with local government on LoRaWAN Read more
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Will 2020 Be the Year of LoRa Networks?

LoRa networks resolve the age-old wireless dilemma in which engineers had to either choose longer range or lower power consumption. LoRa allows designers to maximize range and minimize power usage and thus reduce the cost of additional repeaters. So, millions of LoRaWAN sensors are under deployment for smart grid, smart metering, and asset tracking applications. Read more

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