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Future Electronics announces a partnership with IoT supplier OrbiWise

Author : Shikha Sinha | Published Date : 2018-08-02 

Future Electronics, a leading distributor of electronic components globally, has reportedly announced its partnership with Geneva-based OrbiWise, a renowned supplier of IoT solutions, specifically based on LoRa™/LoRaWAN™ radio technology.

According to Matthew Rotholz, Vice President of Future Connectivity Solutions the company will continue to develop its services within the IoT ecosystem. Apparently, they believe that this partnership with OrbiWise and their OrbiWAN™ LNS (LoRaWAN™ Network Server) will help them better support their customers, who at present are using LoRa™ based hardware solutions.

For the record, OrbiWise's OrbiWAN™ (LNS) Solution is an industry leader that provides the intelligence to run, manage, and view the operations of LoRaWAN™ Networks.

Experts on the matter suggest that OrbiWAN™ is fully compliant with the recent LoRaWAN™ protocol specification which includes advanced features like Geolocation and Roaming and apparently can support all other features and device classes (A, B, and C). OrbiWAN™ is also reported to support on-premise installation or SaaS (Software as a service) network setups.

For the uninitiated, Future Electronics has established itself as one of the most innovative organizations in the industry, with almost 5,500 employees in 169 offices in 44 countries around the world. Further, the company has an IT infrastructure spanning worldwide allowing real-time inventory availability and access, while enabling full integration of its sales, marketing, and operation tasks worldwide.

As per Domenico Arpaia, Chief Executive Officer of OrbiWise, their company could not find a better partner than Future Electronics, and Future’s experience in electronics and IoT, as well as its global network, can help OrbiWise enhance its business and reach new customers.

For the uninitiated, OrbiWise SA is a leading international solution provider for Low-power wide-area wireless technology (LPWA) IoT networks, based on LoRaWAN™ technology. The LPWA network is mainly used by customers in smart cities, industries, and precise agriculture applications.

Reports suggest that OrbiWAN™ supports all frequency parameters and can effectively lend support to LoRaWAN™ Networks in North America, Australia, South America, Europe, Africa, and Asia.

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Shikha Sinha

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Shikha Sinha currently pens down content for fractovia.org, a news platform which provides the latest business highlights and industry trends. Shikha also is a contributor on various other online media websites where she writes informative, research-oriented content spanning the retail, healthcare, F&B, and technology sectors. As her first stint in writing, Shikha was an active contributor on Yahoo Voices where she penned down creative and imaginative pieces. She holds a Bachelor of Technology degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering. She can be contacted at- [email protected] | https://twitter.com/shikhas999

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