LoRaWAN Network Servers
Only a LoRaWAN network addresses the several critical and key requirements demanded by an Internet of The Things Network, such as secure bi-directional communication, mobility and localisation services. A LoRaWAN network providing seamless interoperability amongst smart devices, without the need for complex local IoT network installations. This delayering providing organisations, developers and businesses with the ability to expedite roll outs of IoT project. These LoRaWAN Network Servers providing the essential centralised conduit of LoRaWAN messages out to the smart business intelligence and visualisation platforms.
Concept13 with five years experience in LoRaWAN Network Servers across entire cities as well as isolated use-cases, knows the importance of choosing the right solution. Completely independent, we actively support, promote and can provision applications and instances on the free to use prototyping platform of The Things Network (also branded as The Things Connected). And when your ready to commercially launch your project on a carrier grade LoRaWAN Network Servers, we can introduce our partners The Things Industries, Loriot and Orbiwise.
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“From the makers of the Things Network, The Things Industries brings you the required resources for your own private LoRaWAN solution, with help to control costs and speed up time-to-market. Their enterprise-grade stack will meet your requirements for security, scalability and robustness. The latest V3 stack delivering a range of deployment options.”
“LORIOT is a global IoT company, founded in Switzerland in 2015, with the mission to enable long-range IoT solution deployments in every corner of the globe (and even space!). Loriot provide a growing distributed LoRaWAN® infrastructure and an easy-to-use software platform that enables its users to build, operate and scale a secure IoT network with full SLA.”
“The OrbiWAN TM platform scalable from a local server deployment to global operators running on large clusters of VMs’ to millions of gateways and billions of devices. The automatic network manager allowing experienced operators to customise the parameters to fine grain detail, managing multiple groups in the same network separately.”