Netzikon, a public German LoRaWANâ¢ network operator and subsidiary of telent, will use Arkessa´s-edge connectivity management, network roaming and localization solutions such as eUICC to deliver digital services for the connection and networking of intelligent equipment units based on the LoRaWANâ¢ radio technology, the company said.
Andrew Orrock, Arkessa CEO said “The partnership between Netzikon, telent and Arkessa, all members of the LoRa Allianceâ¢, demonstrates a commitment to simplifying and future-proofing Enterprise IoT. Together we are helping global organizations to deploy IoT solutions faster and more efficiently.”
Wolfgang KrÃ¼ger, head of Technology at Netzikon stated that “The decision to select Arkessa as partner for implementing backhaul connectivity in our network has proven to be a great choice in our numerous LoRaWANâ¢ deployments in Germany.”
Telent GmbH – a company of euromicron Group – (http://www.telent.de) is an independent vendor of solutions relating to networks and systems for critical infrastructures as well as operational and safety-related communication. The company supports its customers in the design, planning, installation, integration, operation and maintenance as well as with additional, comprehensive services. telent´s customers are public authorities and companies, particularly in the rail and transport industry, energy as well as IT and telecommunications sector.
The Netzikon GmbH (http://www.netzikon.de) is a telent GmbH subsidiary founded in 2016. As a German IoT network operator, the company provides digital services for the connection and networking of intelligent equipment units based on LoRaâ¢ radio technology on a nationwide level.
Arkessa is a M2M managed services provider (http://www.arkessa.com) making Internet of Things (IoT) easier and future-proof.