Yodiwo, an AEP (application enablement platform) and Internet of Things (IoT) services provider that focuses on accelerating the development and deployment of IoT applications for industrial and enterprise environments, and Senet, today announced a technology partnership.
The collaboration, based on the integration between the companies’ respective platforms, will allow the utilization of Yodiwo’s 3D AEP and services to enable the fast, secure and smooth development and deployment of large scale IoT solutions that can easily connect to and run over Senet’s Low Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN) infrastructure.
“With best-in-class power efficiency, long range and an extremely low per-device cost, LoRaWAN is changing the paradigm of IoT connectivity and enabling deployments at massive scale,” said Bruce Chatterley, CEO & President at Senet.
“Our partnership with Yodiwo will help to further simplify and speed up commercial IoT projects that leverage LoRa-based LPWAN technology, enabling businesses across industries to revolutionize their operations.”
Currently, solutions for facility and physical asset management, smart cities, retail and supply chain have been deployed on Yodiwo’s platform, while several other IoT products in various verticals are under development. The company is aiming to strengthen its presence and operations in the US by forming scalable partnership models, whereby partners such as system integrators, solutions and service providers can fast-track their IoT strategy and capabilities by utilizing Yodiwo’s platforms, tools and services.
“By leveraging Senet’s carrier grade LPWAN infrastructure and OSS, Yodiwo will be able to serve our end customers with sustainable and scalable IoT solutions”, said Alex Maniatopoulos, CEO of Yodiwo.