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Vianet, Ventia’s Internet of Things business, has partnered with Canadian-based TEKTELIC Communications to use a tailored version of their LoRaWAN™ Gateways technology to support our Internet of Things (IoT) network.
TEKTELIC has modified its standard KONA Mega 64 channel IoT Gateway to accommodate the unique channel plan and spectrum allocation required by Ventia for its IoT deployment.
Arjun Narang, General Manager of Vianet, Ventia said: “We have selected TEKTELIC as the gateway provider for our IoT network deployment due to their capable RF expertise and ability to offer custom designs to meet our requirements.”
Roman Nemish, President at TEKTELIC noted: “We are confident in Ventia’s capability to deploy a successful IoT network and are privileged to be able to offer our support for this initiative.”
Read the TEKTELIC press release for more.
TEKTELIC Communications develops and manufactures high performance wireless products including, Highly Scalable Carrier-Grade LoRaWAN Gateways and Sensors, NB IoT Solutions, 4G-5G Small Cells, and High Power & High Efficiency Radios solutions. With its world class and proven RF expertise and growing portfolio of IPR, TEKTELIC offers a complete set of products and design services, enabling them to quickly develop and transition products from concept to production. TEKTELIC is valued for reducing technology risks, accelerating time to market, and developing cost optimized products for volume production.
LoRaWAN stands for Low Range Wide Area Network. It is a networking protocol designed to wirelessly connect battery operated ‘things’ to the internet, over large distance with minimal battery usage.