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Our carrier grade low power network, built on LoRa® technology, provides a low cost way to connect power-challenged sensors and devices.
Leveraging a variety of wireless and wireline technologies, machineQTM accommodates deep indoor and outdoor use cases, enabling cost-effective solutions suitable for a wide range of enterprise applications.
Our low power network is flexible and ready for however you want to use it. We offer a wide range of services, from connectivity as a service to full stack device and application solutions.
Sensors and devices
and data analytics
Explore how enterprises can use our network, platform, and applications to improve their businesses by generating, collecting, and analyzing data.
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We are initially piloting in Philadelphia, San Francisco and Chicago.
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Our B2B IoT Trial Expands to Chicago
Alex Khorram, General Manager, machineQ
In early October, we announced “machineQ™”, a new business trial venture focused on building business-to-business solutions and a platform for the Internet of Things (IoT). We began our trials in our hometown of Philadelphia and the tech hub of San Francisco, recruiting commercial partners interested in working with us to leverage our network assets to gather, transmit and analyze data from connected devices within their organizations. Comcast is using Semtech Corporation’s (NASDAQ: SMTC) globally-proven LoRa® Wireless Radio Frequency Technology to deploy network trials.
Since launching the trial venture, we’ve been contacted by organizations ranging from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies with a wide variety of use cases, such as infrastructure monitoring and providing predictive maintenance for in-home appliances. While we are still in the early stages of our efforts, we’re excited about the initial interest, and are looking forward to developing proof of concepts and field trials of the machineQ service.
With that in mind, we’re also excited to announce that today we’re expanding our trials to another market where we have a significant network presence and dynamic commercial customer base – Chicago. We think we have the network and the expertise to make a meaningful contribution to businesses looking to take advantage of this exciting IoT wave. Starting today, businesses in Chicago interested in deploying IoT solutions within their organizations should visit machineQ.com and contact us.
Carrier Connected Device Summit
On November 16th machineQ and Orange Silicon Valley co-hosted our first Carrier Connected Device Summit in San Francisco. Attendees had the opportunity to learn how hardware, software, and a new generation of wireless networks can be combined to create compelling IoT products and services.
For more information about the event, click here.