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Senet and Laird Announce Collaboration on Enterprise IoT Gateway

By Ken Briodagh May 31, 2018

Senet, a provider of cloud-based software, global connectivity service platforms and network build-out for the Internet of Things (IoT), and Laird have together announced that the Laird Sentrius LoRaWAN gateway now comes pre-loaded with the Senet LoRa Packet Forwarder software and provides native support for registration and operation on Senet’s network. This out-of-the-box integration is designed to help enterprise organizations deploy LoRaWAN solutions more efficiently across a variety of markets and rapidly expand as new business opportunities arise. 


Designed for secure and scalable Enterprise IoT (EIoT) deployments, the 8-channel Sentrius gateway supports LoRaWAN, dual-band Wi-Fi and wired Ethernet for multi-protocol flexibility. This flexibility expands the number of smart devices that can be connected to enterprise applications and delivers a highly optimized and economical approach to meeting the diversity of real-world EIoT use cases.

“Senet’s approach to IoT network deployment and operation brings unique value to companies like Laird by creating new customer engagement and gateway deployment models that are accelerating the adoption of low power, wide area connectivity,” stated Jonathan Kaye, Senior Director, Product Management, Laird. “We are excited to be collaborating with Senet to combine the utility of the Sentrius gateway with the ease of use and flexibility of the Senet network for our customers.”

“The Laird Sentrius is an outstanding addition to our portfolio of qualified LoRaWAN gateways as it delivers the critical features needed to support the demands and diversity of EIoT applications,” said Bruce Chatterley, CEO & President, Senet. “We look forward to our ongoing collaboration with Laird to help organizations deploy LoRaWAN networks faster and more efficiently and are excited to be partnering with a like-minded company committed to simplifying IoT connectivity for enterprises around the globe.”


Ken Briodagh is a writer and editor with more than a decade of experience under his belt. He is in love with technology and if he had his druthers would beta test everything from shoe phones to flying cars.

Edited by Ken Briodagh

Editorial Director

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