Internet of Things 2016

| May 9, 2017

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The Internet of Things (IoT) is a system of interrelated devices, objects, animals or people that are provided with the ability to transfer data over a network without requiring human-to-human or human-to-computer interaction.

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"At Neul, we see the future being realized through a new, simple, end-to-end way to economically connect everything. Welcome to NeulNet™, the way the world will deliver the Internet of Everything. NeulNET™ is a cloud-based solution that truly offers an end-to-end pipe from sensor to analytics by stripping away layer upon layer of today’s complicated eco-system to simply and economically deliver the Internet of Everything. We connect devices using our innovative NeulNET™ cellular technology. We pioneered the Weightless™ open-standard and use license-exempt and licensed spectrum below 1 GHz, on both fixed and dynamic spectrum access (DSA). Weightless™ is so light that small batteries last for years, it is so well-designed it will operate non-line of sight in large cells, it is so penetrating that even devices deep indoors can communicate with the network and it’s so simple to use that terminals do not need a SIM card. Instead, they just need switching on and linking to a Neul

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