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Cellnex and Everynet partner up to deploy IoT network

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Cellnex Telecom, a Spanish wireless telecommunications infrastructure and services company, and Everynet, a leading LPWA pioneer and network operator, have signed an agreement to deploy IoT networks in Italy, the UK and Ireland based on LoRaWAN technology. The IoT networks will utilize the Cellnex infrastructure in these three countries, and will be dependent on the Everynet network solution.

 

Cellnex not only provides towers, but also has its own IoT management platform. For data collection, Cellnex will provide an integrated IoT platform for real-time management and diagnostics, and the platform also includes the ability to immediately act predictively or preventively, manually or automatically. In addition, Everynet will be responsible for providing and managing the LoRaWAN network infrastructure.

 

Both companies have stated the network will be available for a wide range of IoT devices and use-cases, including industry 4.0 services for asset tracking or monitoring, as well as smart cities and smart parking solutions that will help digitize mobility and optimize the use of public highways and the city space. Also, they will  create a platform for carrying out trials and experiments, which will allow the creation of an ecosystem of new applications in the future. In addition, these networks will be interoperable with existing national networks in France, the Netherlands, Germany, Spain and Switzerland for roaming throughout the EU.

 

Cellnex Global Commercial Director, Oscar Pallarols, commented: “This is an important step forward to embrace the very rapid deployment that new technologies are experiencing in response to the unprecedented changes that society and global economies are facing. A first class connectivity infrastructure at the service of new communication ecosystems that we strongly believe will enable renewed business models.”

 

Lawrence Latham, CEO of Everynet, said: “We are looking forward to deploying these new IoT networks in Europe that enable integrators, developers, and telecommunications companies rapidly launch a broad portfolio of IoT solutions in the market.”