This IDC TechBrief discusses the importance of LoRaWAN in the area of low-power, wide-area connectivity architectures. Industry verticals seeking to adopt IoT frameworks must have a clarity on their low-power, wide-area requirements that account for their current infrastructure as well as the additional investments needed to come on par with the state-of-the-art connectivity solutions.
"LoRaWAN is gaining traction as a preferred LPWAN technology, given its promise of long range, long battery life, and minimal investment. As industry verticals, vendors, and systems integrators continue to seek new revenue streams, LoRaWAN is positioned to claim its fair share of the IoT connectivity market," says Nolan Greene, senior research analyst, Network Infrastructure.
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