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Senet, Radio Bridge Partner to Accelerate IoT Solution Development
Senet, a provider of cloud-based software and service platforms to enable global connectivity and network build-out for the Internet of Things (IoT), has announced a partnership with Radio Bridge, a designer and manufacturer of low-cost, long-range LoRa-based wireless sensors. Under the partnership, the two companies will work to accelerate the development and delivery of secure and scalable enterprise-class IoT applications.
Radio Bridge will offer its customers the option of purchasing Senet's LoRaWAN network connectivity directly through its device-management console, a free Web-based service for the automatic provisioning, monitoring and configuration of its wireless sensors. This integration provides Radio Bridge's customers with access to the largest LoRaWAN network in North America and Senet's Low Power Wide Area Virtual Network.
"Senet is a long-standing leader in the IoT market and is unique in the sense that they are truly creating global LoRaWAN network coverage through innovative connectivity and business models," said Steve Kilts, Radio Bridge's CEO, in a prepared statement. "Our collaboration allows system and solution developers, as well as integrators across many vertical markets, to build applications using our broad range of sensors and device management console, which are now compatible and integrated with the Senet network."
Collectively, the companies report, the partnership is intended to provide solution developers with the tools required to test devices and bring IoT applications to market. Senet's Developer Portal offers free access to the Senet network for onboarding and testing Radio Bridge's portfolio of wireless LoRaWAN sensors. The Radio Bridge device-management console can be used to provision, monitor and configure sensors and build end-user applications through a RESTful application programming interface for uplink sensor messages and downlink configuration.
"We look forward to continuing our work with Radio Bridge to enable solution providers with seamless sensor provisioning, configuration, and instant low-power wide-area connectivity when deploying a multitude of IoT devices," said Bruce Chatterley, Senet's CEO, in the prepared statement. "Our partnership will speed the product-development process and provide go-to-market capabilities for developers across a wide range of rapidly advancing IoT applications."
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