Comcast's machineQ enterprise IoT service gets new customers

Comcast has announced new business customers, ranging from Fortune 1000 enterprises to emerging start-ups, for its enterprise Internet of Things (IoT) service, machineQâ„¢, the company said.

MachineQ is a scalable IoT network service and platform that uses Low Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN) technology to build enterprise-grade solutions for businesses and municipal organizations. The service is deployed using the globally adopted LoRaWANâ„¢ protocol.

Comcast first announced machineQ in 2016 as trials in Philadelphia, the San Francisco Bay Area, and Chicago, and in 2017 began rolling out the LoRa®-based service to businesses and municipalities in Atlanta, Baltimore, Boston, Denver, Detroit, Indianapolis, Miami, Minneapolis, Oakland, Pittsburgh, Seattle, and Washington D.C. For more information, visit www.machineQ.com.

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