InfiSense Partners with Senet for LoRaWAN™ Network Connectivity

July 26, 2019 InfiSense

Portsmouth, NH and North Andover, MA – July 23, 2019 — Senet, Inc., a leading provider of cloud-based software and services platforms to enable global connectivity and network build-out for the Internet of Things (IoT), today announced a technology partnership with InfiSense, an IoT application enablement platform provider.

InfiSense’s open IoT platform provides clean, consistent and actionable data to service providers and systems integrators in a variety of markets including industrial, commercial real estate, retail and indoor agriculture. By partnering with Senet forNetwork-as-a-Service (NaaS) connectivity and device management services, InfiSense is scaling its operations to deliver additional value added services to its clients, including carrier-grade IoT network connectivity and access to more relevant and timely data from indoor and outdoor connected sensors and devices.

"We digitize any environment with any LoRaWAN device, making IoT data easily accessible to customers so they can build powerful applications that solve real world problems within their specific domains," said Tim Guiterman CEO of InfiSense. "This strategic partnership allows us to take advantage of Senet’s expertise in enterprise network management and the ability to offer carrier-grade support and SLAs to our customers."

Senet works with hundreds of businesses to revolutionize their products and operations by delivering standardized low-cost network connectivity exactly where it’s needed, when it’s needed at the right cost. Senet operates the largest carrier-grade publicLoRaWAN network in North America and provides coverage and connectivity readiness in over 80 countries through its Low Power Wide Area Virtual Network (LVN™).

“We look forward to working with InfiSense to provide network connectivity and managed network services to support their customers’ IoT application needs,” said Bruce Chatterley, CEO at Senet. “InfiSense brings expertise in both IoT sensors and how to extract meaningful data from a variety of commercial and industrial environments. We see tremendous growth in this market segment and are excited to work with InfiSense to create new business opportunities."

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