Ingenu said its Machine Network is now available in New Mexico, Texas, Tennessee, Virginia and North Carolina.
Ingenu said it has expanded coverage of its internet of things-focused network across parts of five states, pushing total coverage of its low-power wide area network to more than 12.5 million potential customers and 7,000 square miles.
The latest expansion includes metropolitan markets in New Mexico, Texas, Tennessee, Virginia and North Carolina, with the enhanced coverage targeting new applications and serving agriculture, logistics, automotive, health care, smart cities, and the oil and gas industries. Ingenu said that it expects its Machine Network to serve more than 100 U.S. metro areas by the end of 2017.
“There has been an abundance of development of RPMA-enabled technologies throughout the Southeast and Southwest U.S. which serve the unique needs of these markets, including agriculture, energy and transportation,” said Tom Gregor, president and general manager, Machine Network at Ingenu. “With the Machine Network’s expanded coverage, we can greatly enhance the connectivity options for these solutions which operate in the region as well as around the globe.”
One specific customer is Albuquerque, New Mexico, which is set to add IoT connectivity into its ABQ district, which is described as an innovation district for researchers, inventors and entrepreneurs focused on developing smart solutions to improve city services such as transportation, parking and waste management.
“Continued advancements in IoT technology are significantly enhancing the delivery of services to our community,” said Peter Ambs, CIO for Albuquerque. “The Innovate ABQ district will greatly benefit from the addition of the Machine Network as it will drive development in the area’s research and commercial labs, science and technology companies and commercial and retail businesses.”
Last month, Ingenu said it had expanded its random phase multiple access in 29 countries.
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