Nwave

Karl Williams

on 25 February 2015

Nwave has a vision to be the leading global enabler of low-power, wide-area wireless network infrastructure, edge-devices and solutions, and is the only company worldwide to be bridging the connectivity gap by providing all the essential building blocks to create full-suite IoT solutions. By combining Nwave’s cutting-edge communications technology and solutions with the Ubuntu Snappy Core we will be able to create a new level of flexibility to further increase the attractiveness of our solutions.

Ubuntu Snappy Core’s app store for developers will allow Nwave to offer exciting new use cases for our technology by giving developers the possibility to create their own applications. This is what the IoT should be about – bringing the benefits of the IoT to as wide an audience as possible.

NWave has developed best-in-class ultra narrow band radio communications technology, solutions and hardware for the IoT that spans up to 10km and can run 10+ years on a single battery at a radio module volume cost of under $2 each. Based on open standards, with a developer SDK and many deployments, Nwave is ideal for IoT use cases involving small data amounts over large distances.

 

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