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Things iot comes with Wireless network in Belgium compete with Proximus
In Belgium submits a new party Lora networks: Wireless Things. The provider is part of Belgium and Wireless wants a ‘price breakers “are relative services Proximus via Lora wants to offer.
The network is a Wednesday active in different places in Belgium, such as Antwerp, Brussels, Mechelen, Ghent, Hasselt, Leuven, Sint-Niklaas Sint-Truiden, Wireless Things reported in an email. The company would thus have a better Lora coverage in Flanders than the Proximus network.
Belgium is a Wireless ISP which has existed since 2003 and began a decade ago as a local project in Antwerp. Meanwhile, it has grown to more than 600 free WiFi access for individuals in Belgium. The nonprofit institution wants to break open the Belgian Lora market and therefore compares himself according to ZDnet especially with Proximus. The latter would focus on big cities, while wireless Things also would target between areas. The network is still mainly in Flanders, but must also be extended towards Wallonia.
Another player in Lora in Belgium, The Things Network. In principle, anyone with Lora-transmitter set up its own network, but in this case it lacks scale. With a network on a large scale for example, can be done to localization. In the Netherlands, KPN is setting up a nationwide network Lora. This network by the end of 2016 should be fully opaque.Viewing:-129
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