The companies are currently engaged in several commercial deployments and large-scale pilots to optimize in-building environments and asset management for Fortune 500 companies, big box retail, large public buildings, campuses, and residential complexes. Through this partnership, Ready Wireless has completed interoperability testing on the Senet network and will be selling, deploying, and supporting solutions with Senet connectivity plans.
Available today, Senet’s Extended Coverage Services now include global LoRaWAN network connectivity delivered by more than 720,000 Helium-compatible hotspots in over 55,000 cities and 170 countries.
The turnkey nature of the Dhyan and Senet solution makes it easy to add smart streetlights to existing LoRaWAN networks such as those deployed for water utility Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) projects or other municipal and enterprise applications.
To support its partners' current and future IoT initiatives, GRiT Technologies has become a Senet Radio Access Network (RAN) Partner. With the rollout underway across Ohio and Indiana, gateways are being deployed in the primarily rural market, representing the region's first comprehensive LoRaWAN network.
Partnership and first-to-market supply chain solutions extend the adoption of LoRaWAN connectivity into markets that can benefit from the combination of Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellites and terrestrial network connectivity.
Senet and Helium introduce new network visualization and planning tools to assist customers with deploying IoT solutions at scale across the United States.
Senet and Thingy IOT partner to deliver carrier-grade LoRaWAN network services and Thingy AQ Wildfire and Air Quality Monitoring Systems across the Western US to help monitor for wildfires.
To streamline and accelerate the qualification of a growing number of devices entering the market, Senet has implemented a new web-based product submission process and status designations for devices tested on its network.
Network roaming integration available through Senet's Extended Coverage offering broadens access to public LoRaWAN network connectivity for customers deploying enterprise and consumer-grade IoT applications throughout the United States.
Senet expands US coverage with interconnectivity between Senet and 3rd party LoRaWAN® networks, and wholesale network plans that allow operator partners to sell Senet coverage with carrier-grade service level agreements.
Senet, Inc., a leading provider of cloud-based software and services platforms that enable global connectivity and on-demand network build-outs for the Internet of Things (IoT) today announced that the United States Patent and Trademark Office has issued a new patent for Senet’s unique approach to IoT networking, U.S. Patent Number 11,044,607 entitled “Method for gateway onboarding for IoT networks.”
With dense carrier-grade coverage already in place to support Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) for water utilities, Senet is expanding its network to cover over 1,600 square miles across Hillsborough and Pinellas Counties, including the cities of Tampa Bay and St. Petersburg. This network will be the largest and densest metropolitan deployment of public carrier-grade LoRaWAN connectivity in North America, providing capacity to support millions of IoT device connections from over 80 planned tower sites.