Teleena’s launches unique hybrid (3G-4G – Lora) IoT connectivity solution

Teleena’s launches unique hybrid (3G-4G – Lora) IoT connectivity solution

Teleena partners with French infrastructure and network supplier Kerlink to enhance its in-house build OSS-BSS platform.

Teleena’s Hybrid 3G/4G – LoRa solution live

Teleena has been enabling companies with IoT ambitions to provide connected solutions since 2007 with a portfolio of products and services and currently operates more than 1 million devices globally. By partnering with Kerlink, Teleena becomes one of the few operators with an in place hybrid (3G/4G – LoRa) solution that supports a broad range of IoT solutions for their customers (MNO’s, OEM’s, IoT service providers).

According to Teleena’s CEO Timo Smit:

“Our carrier and technology agnostic IoT service platform provides, next to global data connectivity, sim and device management, also telco-grade end-user billing services and self-care portals.”

Partnering with Kerlink

In order to have a full stack of 3G/4G and LoRa connection options Teleena has chosen premium LoRa™ Infrastructure and network supplier Kerlink as their first partner. Both Teleena and Kerlink started discussions about future possibilities to combine their strengths for further deployments in the IoT area.

CTIO Yannick DELIBIE of Kerlink believes “that by combining Teleena’s and Kerlink skills and knowledge a lot of companies will be able to achieve their ambitions against reasonable cost and with maximum ROI within months.”

Savings with Teleena’s hybrid solution

Mic-O-Data was one of the first customers that signed up for using the new hybrid solution. For their waste container project for the Municipality of Den Bosch great savings in both the use of battery and deployment of garbage trucks will be achieved. The solution also supports Mic-O-Data’s new commercial model “pay per waste dump”.

CEO of Mic-O-Data Tim Blömer: “By using the flexible solution of Teleena we expect to have a long term solution for waste management for Cities whereas the end-user pays for disposing their garbage by using a card that opens up the waste bin. By adding LoRa communication to the in-built module it is also an eco-friendly solution whilst batteries can be used much longer.”

Mobile World Congress of Barcelona: At the upcoming Mobile World Congress of Barcelona, Mic-O-Data will proudly demonstrate use of the hybrid solution at Teleena stand J20 (Hall 5) using LoRa Technology from Kerlink.

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