Senet says the new features simplify the deployment, management and monetization of Low Power Wide Area Networks (LPWANs) and applications.
New Network Operator features include:
- Customer onboarding and service provisioning capabilities to streamline the implementation and delivery of multi-tenant connectivity services.
- Gateway provisioning and application monitoring capabilities for enhanced quality-of-service and end-customer application support.
- Advanced network planning such as mapping service addresses related to device and gateway locations, gateway viewsheds and computed path quality of devices, to increase the accuracy and reliability of service delivery.
Facilitated by its Low Power Wide Area Virtual Network (LVN), Senet claims the LoRaWAN is now in over 80 countries globally. Senet LVN is an incentive-based ‘Connectivity Marketplace’ in which operators, IoT infrastructure providers, solution providers and system integrators can immediately benefit from revenue-share models based on their contribution to the network buildout.