Consumer Peripherals

LoRa Alliance adds new membership

13 November 2019

The LoRa Alliance has expanded its membership to include a number of new companies that span the internet of things (IoT) ecosystem.

The alliance backs the open interface standard long-range wide-are network (LoraWAN), an IoT low-power wide-area network (LPWAN) standard for connecting devices and gadgets to each other.

New membership includes:

  • Amazon
  • Netze BW GmbH of Germany
  • Arduino
  • Dish Network
  • Intel Corp.
  • Interlink Electronics
  • Paige Wireless LLC
  • Tata Communications
  • Thingstream AG
  • Unitymedia NRW GmbH

For Arduino, joining the Lora Alliance will allow it to further develop the IoT sector and contribute to widespread adoption of LoRaWAN on a global scale.

For Interlink, the LoRa Alliance will help to expand manufacturing and integration of scalable printed electronic sensor technologies for a wide spectrum of products.

Netze is working with LoRaWAN to make inroads in the introduction of IoT for smart utility use cases and provide capacities for smart city applications.

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