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Ingenu and Arrow Electronics Partner to Deliver RPMA Solutions for IoT

By Ken Briodagh January 30, 2017

In a recent announcement, IoT Evolution Expo sponsor Ingenu, RPMA pioneer and specialist in machine to machine connectivity, has outlined a new strategic global agreement with Arrow Electronics to provide Ingenu’s wireless machine-to-machine connectivity and certified modules to Arrow’s global customer base.

“Adding Ingenu’s RPMA technology to Arrow’s growing suite of IoT services will provide our customers with additional options to bring smart, connected solutions to market,” said Aiden Mitchell, VP, global IoT sales, Arrow.  “Arrow’s vast expertise in taking innovation from inception to production will enhance the development of RPMA-enabled devices for operation on a global scale.”

Ingenu’s RPMA network operates on the globally available 2.4 GHz ISM band. One radio module can serve applications throughout the world, providing the scale and cost benefits to enable partners with a profitable connectivity option. The patented RPMA technology is also purpose-built exclusively for machines, offering range, coverage and capacity with low power requirements and long battery life.

“Arrow’s innovation and expertise with IoT solution development will spur further expansion of our ecosystem of devices for RPMA,” said Joshua Builta, VP, product management, Ingenu. “We can now offer customers the ability to start with an idea and develop it to fruition, simply by using the services provided by Arrow. Our extensive network of RPMA developers is excited about the opportunities this agreement brings to the market.”

IoT Evolution Expo has evolved to become the leading educational and networking forum for the enterprise looking to understand how to develop and implement IoT solutions that drive measurable results and business transformation. The event will feature a robust exhibit floor, powerful keynotes, case studies, live demos, unique sessions, special events, networking opportunities and much more.

To view the full IoT Evolution Expo agenda click here. Speakers are updated daily.

IoT Evolution Expo is supported by super sponsor Telit, diamond sponsors KORE, Numerex, platinum sponsors CENTRI, Eurotech, Sprint, Yokogawa, gold sponsors, Ingenu, HARMAN, Verizon, corporate sponsors, Cradlepoint, Gemalto, Tellient, Senet, Sequans and track sponsor Coris.

Registration for IoT Evolution Expo is now open. For more information, contact mailto:events@tmcnet.com. For media registration, contact Jessica Seabrook. Companies interested in exhibiting, sponsorship or advertising packages should contact Matthew Gleeson at 203.852.6800 ext. 145.

For the latest IoT Evolution Expo news, updates and information, follow the event on Twitter at @IoTEvolution.




Edited by Stefania Viscusi

Editorial Director

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