This game-changing innovation is based on a SIGFOX patented UNB -
As the operator, SIGFOX has developed a turnkey offering in the form of a fixed subscription, which covers cellular communication and related services for users to manage connectivity between customers' IT systems and objects.
"SIGFOX's policy to remain operator of its own network was no doubt a factor in the jury's decision. This award is a badge of honour for us and bolsters our growth programme on all continents" explains
The international quality of the jury and the jury members' diverse backgrounds - including operators, manufacturers and service providers - gives the
Paving the way to countless applications and covering all sectors including industry, healthcare, security, transport, environment, energy etc., SIGFOX technology is also praised for the growth prospects of all participants in the market and, ultimately, for the benefit that it provides to users of the network.
The SIGFOX network now covers the whole of
SIGFOX is the first and only cellular network operator entirely dedicated to low bandwidth communications for connected objects. Thanks to its patented UNB technology, SIGFOX is revolutionising the world of M2M and the Internet of Things, by enabling large-scale connection of objects. The network already connects tens of thousands of objects in
SIGFOX contributes to the Internet of Things what Apple has contributed to mobile applications, namely the facility to create and connect objects to the Internet instead of creating mobile applications and broadcasting them. Expressed differently, SIGFOX contributes to wireless communication networks what Twitter contributes to Web communications, i.e. the ability to communicate the essentials at low cost.
For further information, visit www.sigfox.com.
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