What you’ll learn:
- The benefits of LoRa devices and the LoRaWAN protocol
- How connectivity solutions complement the strengths of 5G
In 2020, the promise of 5G networking is continuing to lead conversations across the wireless industry. As 5G deployments increase, there will also be a rise in complementary technologies that offer low-power flexibility, cost-effective power, and low-bandwidth options for massive Internet of Things (IoT) deployments. These solutions complement the strengths of 5G and provide a broader set of tools to support different use cases.
It’s become clear that as 4G and 5G target low-latency and high-throughput applications. A larger portion of the massive IoT space will be led by mobile operators, as well as unlicensed spectrum operators and enterprises across private rollouts.
With LoRa devices and the LoRaWAN protocol, businesses and individuals can benefit from an IoT solution that’s flexible, cost-effective, easy to implement, and one that offers long range