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Can IoT “operating systems” and related networks ever be too smart? Senet and SenRa don’t think so, and last week announced that the two companies have integrated more deeply as part of a multi-year relationship by giving customers access to real-time performance metrics for IoT applications deployed on Senet’s carrier-grade network.

Senet, a global provider of cloud-based software and services platforms powering on-demand networks for IoT, has further collaborated with SenRa, a PAN India LoRaWAN public network operator, by integrating with SenRa’s Ginjer IoT Analytics platform to streamline users’ access to global LoRaWAN connectivity and real-time application performance data.

“Senet’s network management system delivers an unparalleled ability to plan, deploy, scale, and manage LoRaWAN networks,” said Ali Hosseini, CEO of SenRa. “For example, our first deployment using Senet’s managed network services took less than 90 days from start to finish, a feat that typically takes 18 months to two years. By expanding our integration with Senet, Ginjer IoT Analytics platform users now have the opportunity to easily deploy IoT applications on Senet’s network, benefiting from their dominant presence in the U.S. and global growth.”

“Senet and SenRa share a vision of delivering innovative Internet of Things technologies and solutions to enhance and redefine everyday experiences for businesses, cities, and citizens across the globe,” said Bruce Chatterley, CEO of Senet. “We’re excited to announce our integration with SenRa’s Ginjer IoT Analytics Platform to extend its high-value, low-cost approach to providing the tools necessary to gain real-time insight into the status of connected devices and the overall business impact of IoT projects.

SenRa’s Ginjer IoT Analytics Platform is a fully-managed solution that enables users to easily and securely manage IoT data and devices at scale.

By using Ginjer, organizations gain immediate insight into business operations, accelerate business decision-making and reduce development time.

It includes reporting tools, real-time data visualization of sensors, device management capabilities, and user access management. Through a pre-built connector, Ginjer platform users can easily deploy IoT applications on Senet’s network, benefiting from access to the largest public carrier-grade LoRaWAN network in the United States and used in a growing number of public, private, and hybrid deployments around the world.

This integration also builds on an existing partnership in which SenRa chose Senet’s cloud-based Managed Network Services for IoT (MNSi™) to support its LoRaWAN network rollout throughout India, where it now has a presence in over 74 cities and provides solutions for industries such as utilities, agriculture, building infrastructure and smart cities.


Juhi Fadia is an engineer, analyst, researcher and writer covering advanced and emerging technologies.

Edited by Luke Bellos

Correspondent

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