Senet, a provider of secure, public, Low-Power Wide-Area Networks (LPWAN) and Managed Network Services for Internet of Things (IoT) applications supporting the LoRaWAN protocol, has announced in a recent release that it has partnered with SenRa Tech, a LPWAN provider deploying LoRaWAN connectivity throughout India.
SenRa is using Senet’s cloud-based Managed Network Services for IoT (MNSI). Senet’s MNSI solution is designed to allow SenRa to deploy LoRaWAN services on its local physical assets, supervise the network infrastructure, manage connectivity and control roles and access rights within a reliable and scalable solution. SenRa will then leverage these assets to accelerate the delivery of its IoT and Machine-to-Machine (M2M) network services for customers providing solutions in industries such as water metering and management, agriculture, building infrastructure and smart cities.
Senet announced its Managed Network Services for IoT last week as part of its strategy to leverage a combination of its knowledge and experience gained running the largest LoRa IoT network in North America and its world class OSS and BSS software to partner with global Communication Service Providers (CSP), cable multiple-system operators (MSO) and application providers to rapidly take advantage of IoT opportunities.
“Senet is excited to be working with SenRa to meet the exploding demand for IoT solutions in India,” said Bruce Chatterley, CEO & President, Senet. “Senet’s Managed Network Services for IoT enables forward thinking companies like SenRa to deploy highly-secure and scalable LoRaWANs under their own brand with minimum time-to-market and the lowest possible capital expenditure and cost of ownership structure.”
SenRa’s LoRaWAN roll out is currently underway and the company is committed to contributing to the evolution of the LoRaWAN ecosystem, including recently joining LoRa Alliance, one of the fastest growing IoT alliances with more than 500 members.
“Senet’s unparalleled experience in scaling and managing LPWANs made selecting their Managed Network Services an easy choice,” said Ali Hosseini, CEO, SenRa. “India aims to capture a 20 percent share of a global 300 billion dollar IoT market opportunity in another five years. The best way for us to support this growth is by partnering with market leaders and technology innovators like Senet who are proven capable of meeting the diverse challenges emerging in the M2M and IoT space.”
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