As a sponsor of the LoRa Alliance Booth at Mobile World Congress 2016 being held at Fira Gran Via in Barcelona Spain 22 through 25 February, 2016, Senet invites attendees who develop and deploy IoT applications to visit the booth to learn about the Senet LoRa-based Low Power Wide Area (LPWA) Network and why value-driven IoT solution providers choose Senet's affordable, reliable, long range network to enable their IoT solutions.
Senet, the sensible network company, announced today that it will be hosting executive meetings at the IoT Evolution Expo, to be held January 25-28, 2016, at Greater Ft. Lauderdale/Broward County Convention Center, Florida. At IoT Evolution, attendees will learn how Internet of Things (IoT) technologies can be utilized to significantly improve business processes, minimize risk, spur innovation and drive revenue.
CES 2016 attendees involved with the development and deployment of IoT applications are invited to attend the LoRa Alliance reception sponsored by Senet, Inc. at the Venetian Hotel’s TAO restaurant on January 6th from 5 to 7 PM. During the reception the Senet team will present a major new initiative for 2016 that will significantly impact IoT solution developers, turning IoT ideas into commercially viable solutions.
How power wide area networks (LPWANs) have been gaining significant ground in recent years. They are giving tough competition to cellular networks. The main advantage of cellular networks is broad coverage, but there remain many locations with poor or no coverage.
Senet announced today that it continues to expand its national public IoT network with the addition of over 2,000 square miles of coverage in the Boston metropolitan and suburban areas. The expanded network coverage not only services existing and future Senet Network clients, the expanded coverage offers IoT innovators and developers in the Boston area access to Senet’s LoRaTM-based Low Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN).
We spoke with George Dannecker and Steve Ball of Senet, a LoRa based service provider today. It’s clear to me that the opportunity for specific IoT carriers is going to be a real market and offer some unique advantages that can compete with cellular and Wi-Fi solutions.
As with many emerging trends, the Internet of Things (IoT) may come across as just another tech buzz term. But according to George Dannecker, CEO of Senet Inc., it’s anything but. “For many, many businesses, ”he says, “the Internet of Things represents a huge opportunity to use factual data to gain efficiencies in the ways they run their operations.”
Semtech Corporation (Nasdaq: SMTC), a leading supplier of analog and mixed-signal semiconductors, along with two partners, Mueller Systems and Senet, will launch a low-power, wide-area network in Ventura County to wirelessly track groundwater pumping data from the Fox Canyon aquifer, which sources water to most of the region. The Fox Canyon Groundwater Management Agency board voted unanimously to approve the proposed project, which will streamline the existing data collection process and provide a more cost-efficient model for the county.
LoRa™ Alliance members MultiTech, Semtech and Senet will host a Low Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN) hands-on workshop in Silicon Valley to demonstrate how to connect to Senet’s North American LoRaWAN™ network and how to build private LoRaWAN solutions based upon MultiTech’s Conduit LoRa gateways. As part of the workshop, participants will also learn how to configure sensor devices to connect to LoRaWAN networks through the ARM© mbed™ IoT Device Platform.
Senet announced today that it has completed its $18 million Series A round. Fisk Ventures joins earlier investors Milestone Venture Partners, City Light Capital and Harbor Light Capital Partners as a major participant in Senet’s most recent fundraising offer.
Senet is pleased to announce that Brad W. Martin has joined the Senet Executive Management Team as Chief Operating Officer. The addition of Martin as COO is timed perfectly with the acceleration of the Senet 3rd Generation Network rollout.
IBM Research (NYSE: IBM) and Semtech (Nasdaq: SMTC) today announced a new technology based on low-power, wide-area networks (LPWANs) that offer significant advantages over cellular networks and Wifi for providing machine-to-machine (M2M) communications.