LoRaWANTM is a standard developed by the non-profit organization LoRa AllianceTM. LoRa AllianceTM members include many IoT companies from around the world. LoRaWANTM uses the unlicensed band signals of the sub-gigahertz band that does not require a license (around 900 MHz. 920 MHz in Indonesia), and its maximum packet size is 256 bytes and its speed is 200 to 10 kbps. An additional feature is that its high noise immunity makes it highly sensitive to radio waves from devices connected to a wireless network.
This enables LoRaWANTM to act as a specialized long-range technology to send and receive data not only in urban areas, but also in mountainous areas and on remote islands.
Murata's Low Power Wide Area (LPWA) wireless modules are the industry's smallest modules, enabling the design of a wide range of compact end devices.
*LoRaWANTM is certified by the LoRa AllianceTM.
To learn more: LoRa (LoRaWAN) Modules
Telkom Indonesia, Indonesia's largest telecommunication and network provider, and Everynet BV, a global LoRaWAN network operator and provides carrier grade networks in Asia, EMEA, and the Americas, have partnered to build-out, operate and accelerate the expansion of national LoRaWAN IoT network infrastructure to enable the Industrial Revolution 4.0 in Indonesia. They are committed to building and developing a National Digital Platform that all industry players including startups can use. Services include the use of Data Centers, Big Data, Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence, Cloud, Security and Payment/Blockchain. This initiative is expected to support the government in accelerating the digital economy, as well as supporting industry 4.0..
The Telkom-Everynet joint venture will enable all of Indonesia’s MNOs, ASPs, MSPs & ISPs to offer robust Low-Power Wide-Area (LPWA) IoT services, with the lowest shared costs and the shortest time to revenue. IoT services will allow end users to gather huge amount of previously ignored data, which will help to take informed and real-time decisions on many aspects of Indonesia economic and social life.
To learn more: Telkom IOT
Murata, the largest connectivity modules manufacturer in the world, is a member of the LoRa Alliance™ and has worked with STMicro and Semtech to design a low-cost, compact LoRaWAN™ module that supports a variety of sensors and long-range wireless protocols.
Murata's LoRa (LoRaWAN) modules are pre-certified in accordance with the Radio Law to operate in the 800-900 MHz Industrial, Scientific and Medical (ISM) band and can operate in many regions of the world. The LoRa platform provides hardware and software for this fully-verified module.
To learn more: LoRa (LoRaWAN) Modules
Everynet certification allows partners like Murata to validate that their devices interoperate with Everynet's neutral-host IoT infrastructure, implement best practices, and giving OEMs and their customers the confidence that devices interoperate correctly and consistently. Qualification is based on the technical validation of LoRaWAN stack implementation, and operation on the Telkom LoRaWAN network.
The Global Leader in Neutral Host, Ultra Low Cost IoT Connectivity
Everynet BV is a global LoRaWAN network operator and provides carrier grade networks in Asia, EMEA, and the Americas. Everynet’s Neutral Host network model enables Mobile Network Operators, MVNO’s, and Global MSP’s to offer ultra-low cost IoT immediately and profitably with ZERO upfront CAPEX. Everynet makes IoT accessible across any industry to enable enterprise-grade solutions and is deployed using LoRaWAN technology, the globally adopted open standard for IoT connectivity.
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The LBAA0QB1SJ module is one of the smallest LoRaWAN™ modules in the industry. This module has a lower power consumption and higher output than previous products. Radio Law certification has already been obtained for major regions.
The CMWX1ZZABZ module is a LoRaWAN™ module that operates in many regions and operator networks around the world. Radio Law certification has already been obtained for major regions.
This module can also support Sigfox by modifying the software.
Leverage respective companies unique strength to ease and speed up the journey to develop your IoT device using Telkom's LoRaWAN and Antares platform, and Murata's certifed modules.Flick scroll
Antares is Telkom's IoT platform to securely connect devices to the cloud & other devices, secure data and interactions, process and act upon it.Flick scroll
Example of Applications using LoRaWAN:Flick scroll
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