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Telent accelerates IoT network roll-outs in Germany

The companies are also teaming with fellow LoRa Alliance member Arkessa, which offers a range of M2M managed services

LoRa Alliance members Telent, Netzikon and Arkessa will accelerate German IoT deployment
LoRa Alliance members Telent, Netzikon and Arkessa will accelerate German IoT deployment

Telent, the German solutions provider, which specialises in network and systems for critical infrastructure, is accelerating the deployment of LoRaWAN and enterprise IoT solutions for the smart city, energy, transport and Industry 4.0 sectors across the country through its subsidiary, Netzikon.


Telent’s customers are public authorities and companies, particularly in the rail and transport industry, energy as well as IT and telecommunications sector, and it supports them in the design, planning, installation, integration, operation and maintenance and additional services.


Netzikon was formed in 2016 as a public German LoRaWAN network operator and will use connectivity management, network roaming and localisation solutions, such as eUICC, from machine-to-machine (M2M) managed services provider Arkessa to deliver the digital services.


"The partnership between Netzikon, Telent and Arkessa, all members of the LoRa Alliance, demonstrates a commitment to simplifying and future-proofing enterprise IoT,” said Andrew Orrock, Arkessa CEO. “Together we are helping global organisations to deploy IoT solutions faster and more efficiently."


The LoRa Alliance is an open, non-profit association of members initiated by industry leaders with a mission to standardise low power wide area networks (LPWAN) being deployed around the world to enable smart city, IoT, M2M and and industrial applications.


Arkessa provides a range of managed services and aggregates multiple global mobile networks and technologies -- cellular (2G, 3G, 4G), satellite and LPWA -- into a single service and management platform. This enables IoT devices to connect out-of-the-box and operate anywhere.



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