Convergence of Low-Power Wide Area Network Connectivity (LPWAN) and the Internet of Things (IoT), Forecast to 2022

Low power wide area networks (LPWAN) which have low data rate are designed to support millions of devices that generate small volumes of data and require extended range and energy efficient networks. The LPWAN space is highly contested between proprietary solutions in licence-free spectrum and mobile operators' alternatives based on emerging long-term evolution (LTE) standards. Frost & Sullivan assesses the key growth opportunities in the LPWAN space and provides an analysis of the competitive environment and vertical market application areas.
Published: 13 Jan 2016

Convergence of Low-Power Wide Area Network Connectivity (LPWAN)  and the Internet of Things (IoT), Forecast to 2022

LPWAN Technology to Overtake Traditional Cellular Mobile, especially GPRS, to Account for a Significant Share of IoT Connections Globally

Low power wide area networks (LPWAN) which have low data rate are designed to support millions of devices that generate small volumes of data and require extended range and energy efficient networks. The LPWAN space is highly contested between proprietary solutions in licence-free spectrum and mobile operators' alternatives based on emerging long-term evolution (LTE) standards. Frost & Sullivan assesses the key growth opportunities in the LPWAN space and provides an analysis of the competitive environment and vertical market application areas.

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