Press Release – Paris, France & Riga, Latvia – April 2022
Read here the Press Release by ELKO in Ukrainian.
ELKO Ukraine, branch of ELKO Group, is now distributing software and IoT equipment provided by Actility, including multifunctional scalable IoT platform ThingPark® and Abeeway trackers. Making it available to its partners in Ukraine is an important step to developing the Ukrainian booming IoT scene.
ELKO Group is an international, a Latvian-based distributor of IT and consumer electronics products in Europe and Central Asia. The company acts as a consultant to partners and a wholesaler of computer and electronic products, operating in 31 countries, with sales offices in 11 countries.
As an Actility Channel partner, it can now distribute Actility products, used by dozens of global national operators who trust time-tested and long-standing solutions to build large IoT networks.
The ThingPark platform enables the deployment of public and private low-power global networks (LPWANs) around the world, providing connectivity to IoT devices where users need them. This product enables the interconnection and management of equipment from multiple vendors.
Actility provides LoRaWAN® IoT management through ThingPark Enterprise, a platform that helps customers build network infrastructure by managing LoRaWAN® gateways, adding sensors, monitoring network operations, and controlling the flow of data to application servers, enabling the deployment of large-scale IoT projects in record time.
Actility’s LoRaWAN solutions have proven themselves in the following areas:
“Nowadays, more and more Ukrainian enterprises understand the prospects of IoT infrastructure development, so we are confident that Ukrainian system integrators will highly appreciate the capabilities of the solutions of our new partner, the world leader in IoT network management company Actility”
said Yurii Kasianov, Product Manager, ELKO Ukraine
“Ukraine has been experiencing an impressive evolution of industrial IoT projects for many years, and Actility is delighted to be part of this progress. Now with Elko and its partners, it will be even more efficient to reach out to Ukrainian companies that adopt LoRaWAN for their development projects, which will contribute to their long-term success”
said Nicolas Jordan, COO at Actility
The ELKO Group is one of the region’s largest distributors of IT and consumer electronics products and solutions, representing 400 IT manufacturers. The company provides a wide range of products and services to more than 10 000 retailers, local computer manufacturers, system integrators and enterprises within various sectors in 11 countries in Europe. ELKO has been operating in Ukraine since 1998.
Contact us here: https://www.elko.ua
Actility is a world leader in Low-Power Wide-Area Networks (LPWAN) industrial-grade connectivity solutions for the Internet of Things. Actility provides its ThingPark™ platform and network technology to deploy, operate and maintain public and private wireless IoT networks within a unified, scalable and versatile network infrastructure. The vast majority of nationwide LoRaWAN® network service providers (over 50) and hundreds of companies trust ThingPark™ all over the world. Through its subsidiary Abeeway, Actility also providespatented ultra-low power tracking solutions. ThingPark Market offers the largest selection of interoperable IoT gateways, devices and applications to simplify and accelerate deployment of use cases.
Contact us here: https://www.actility.com/contact
Abeeway is the market leader in low-power indoor & outdoor fused geolocation and a provider of disruptive IoT tracking solutions worldwide. Abeeway offers the most energy-efficient, reliable and flexible geolocation solutions using unique tracking devices and a smart Multi-technology location system optimized for long-range and low-power-consumption leveraging LoRaWAN™ connectivity. Abeeway devices are available on ThingPark Market . Abeeway is a member of the LoRa Alliance™
Learn more about the LoRaWAN technology by downloading the Actility “What is LoRaWAN” white paper