Daliworks (www.daliworks.net), an IoT Platform Service Provider, announces today that it has partnered with Actility(www.actility.com),the industry leader in Low Power Wide Area Networks (LPWAN), to grow its IoT business with the added capability of LoRa Networking, the mostly widely adopted LPWAN technology.
The combined Daliworks’ IoT Application Platform Thing+ (ThingPlus, https://thingplus.net), and Actility’s ThingPark Wireless LoRa Network Platform will simplify and accelerate the development and deployment of end to end IoT solutions addressing multiple uses cases such as Smart Metering, Smart Logistics, Smart City, or Smart Farming
Soonho Lee, CEO of Daliworks, said “To succeed and grow rapidly, the IoT Industry requires integration of hardware, networks and application platforms. Collaboration and partnerships with leaders and innovators are critical to offer end to end solutions to this new market. We expect to significantly accelerate the growth of global business as a result of our partnership with Actility.”
Mike Mulica, CEO “We’re delighted to be partnering with Daliworks to add the capabilities of our best-in-class ThingPark Wireless LoRaWAN solution to Daliworks ThingPlus platform. The whole IoT ecosystem, including application developers, will really benefit from this integrated solution. This partnership clearly demonstrates that shared and collaborative innovation around an open standard is the best way to accelerate the growth of IoT solutions in markets around the world.”
LoRa offers long battery life and wide range of public and private network capablilities, overcoming major obstacles to delivering IoT services today. LoRa is the most competitive technology for connecting things to the wider internet, and many ISP and Telecommunication service providers are planning to roll-out LPWAN infrastructure. SK Telecom, Korea #1 mobile network operator, plans to build a nationwide IoT network infrastructure based on LoRa technology to accelerate their IoT business growth.
Learn more about the LoRaWAN technology by downloading the Actility “What is LoRaWAN” white paper