RPMA TECHNOLOGY FOR THE INTERNET OG THINGS

| March 1, 2016

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There will be billions of endpoints over the next 10 years that will require very low cost wireless networking to support the vision of the Internet of Things. As a result, there is a massive opportunity to connect and unlock the value of data over an enormous number of devices. Many companies and analysts believe that a parallel, public, non-cellular, network is justified to reach these numerous devices. The primary set of technologies that address this market are generically referred to Low Power Wide Area (LPWA) networks.

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