INTERNET OF THINGS (IoT) network provider VT Networks has announced a new €1.2 million round of funding that will help secure Ireland’s first nationwide cost-effective connectivity network in 2016.
VT Networks, the company that has deployed Ireland’s first nationwide dedicated internet of things (IoT) network using Sigfox technology has raised €1.2m and says it is on target to connect 1m devices by the end of 2017.
-SIGFOX, the world’s leading provider of dedicated Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity, and VT Networks today announced they will roll out the SIGFOX network across Ireland, allowing nationwide low-power and cost-effective connectivity for the first time in the country.
T-Mobile’s Czech subsidiary is looking to cover the entire territory of the Czech Republic with SimpleCell Networks’SIGFOX solution, following the completion of a successful pilot trial in the country from June to August this year.
The reach of the Internet of Things (IoT) knows no bounds, but as we shift towards a scenario where every device is online, the technology begins to blur.
Continuing the rapid expansion of SIGFOX’s wireless Internet of Things network in Europe, SIGFOX and two partners, POST Luxembourg and RMS.lu, announced the deployment of the network in Luxembourg.
This fall a new kind of wireless network will launch in a metropolis near you. This network won’t connect to phones or tablets. Instead it will provide the wireless links necessary to connect devices, appliances and sensors that make up the Internet of things (IoT).