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By Rich Handley

Objenious LoRaWAN-Certified Products to Include Kerlink Low-Power IoT Reference Design

Kerlink, a provider of solutions dedicated to the Internet of Things (IoT), and Objenious, a Bouygues Telecom IoT business unit, have announced that Kerlink's Low-Power IoT Reference Design has been certified on Objenious's LoRaWAN network.

The Low-Power IoT Reference Design is a package of hardware, software, tools and recommendations for prototyping and producing final products. It offers end-device designers, software developers, architects and operation engineers step-by-step directions for conceiving and producing IoT-connected devices built to provide high performance, low energy consumption, optimized radio performance, robustness and reliability in the field, based on the latest specifications and standards.

Objenious's certification is a technical validation of the proper functioning of sensors based on this reference design on its LoRaWAN networks. "Third-party validation of Kerlink's products and solutions is a pillar of our business model because it assures our customers and distribution partners of Kerlink offerings' reliability and robustness," said Guillaume Boisgontier, Kerlink's innovative products and solutions marketing manager, in a prepared statement. "Receiving the Objenious network certification is another step in our day-to-day mission to help LoRaWAN device makers focus on their own expertise with confidence in our products' radio performance and connectivity."

"With this step forward, we accelerate and send a strong and clear message to the LoRaWAN ecosystem and partners. We aim to facilitate and increase the ROI of our LoRaWAN partners by reducing notably time to market," said Bernardo Cabrera, the head of Objenious, in the prepared statement. "Kerlink's reference design certification and inclusion in Objenious's catalog offers LoRaWAN device makers, solution makers, and integrators a proven and complementary solution for simple, reliable, and cost-effective deployments. They can rely on Objenious expertise and offer by ordering this Kerlink product directly from our catalog. Our customers have thus the confidence and the assurance of acquiring a fully tested, validated, and certified solution."

The reference design is certified by the LoRa Alliance, a non-profit association of more than 500 member companies committed to enabling the large-scale deployment of low-power wide-area networks (LPWAN) for the IoT through the development and promotion of the LoRaWAN open standard global certification. Kerlink and Objenious are founding members of the organization.

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