LoRaWAN trials in USA are important

| October 8, 2016

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Comcast will test LoRaWAN IOT Networks in two markets  is great to hear, as without the USA networks., LoRaWAN based IoT solutions are less likely to succeed. We have SigFox, Lte and LoRaWAN networks in Australia, each rolling out and trying to gain customers. We will need to see which succeeds globally to ensure infrastructure spend here is made in the right areas.

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