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Stream Technologies Partners with Sagemcom on LoRa

By Ken Briodagh May 24, 2017

Stream Technologies, an IoT connectivity management platform company, and Sagemcom, a developer of LoRa solutions, have together announced that Sagemcom’s LoRaWAN gateways, devices range and platform are now fully compatible with Stream’s IoT-X platform, both providing a full end to end LoRaWAN connectivity.

IoT-X has been adopted by over 500 enterprise customers and provides enterprises with the ability to manage the IoT connectivity lifecycle, subscribers and billing.

“We are pleased to announce our partnership with Sagemcom,” said Mohsen Shakoor, Strategic Partnerships, Stream Technologies. “Together we are making it simpler for enterprises to deploy scalable, commercial LoRa networks. A single IoT-X account provides Sagemcom’s enterprise customers with access to Stream’s LoRaWAN IoT-X platform and a host of global coverage options for cellular and satellite networks. Sagemcom’s enterprise customers can use Stream’s cost-effective tariff options to provide backhaul connectivity for their gateways. Network operators can use IoT-X to manage and commercialise their IoT networks and provide a single interface for their enterprise customers, to manage their IoT connectivity.”

Sagemcom is a well-recognized international leader in the industrial Smart City and Smart Nation market thanks to its combination of Smart Metering, Smart Infrastructure solutions, and its end-to-end IoT Low Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN) products portfolio, SICONIA. It ranges from infrastructure solutions, such as Carrier-Grade Gateways enabled for Geolocation, LoRa Network Server (LNS), Geolocation Solver, in addition to small and cost efficient Multi-usage IoT devices.

“This collaboration reinforces Sagemcom’s vision and strategy of the LPWAN IoT, enabling fast, flexible and cost efficient deployments on many different market verticals, gathering and structuring diverse IoT communities worldwide, collaborating around a common mass market objective” said Eric Rieul, CEO, Sagemcom Energy & Telecom.



 

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