IoT Low Power WAN Market Explored by Mind Commerce Publishing in Its New Report Recently Added at

22 Sep 2016 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – Nowadays, many of IoT applications require a combination of factors like endpoint hardware costs less than USD 5, nationwide coverage, data rates varying from hundreds of bps to tens of kbps, and also battery life up to ten years.

Historically Cellular Wide Area Networks (WAN) have been operationally and technically challenged to support IoT applications and services owing to a certain factors comprising good battery life, relatively low bandwidth, low operating and hardware costs, high connection density, amid others. Meantime, initially deployed Iot low power WANs (LPWANS) were non-cellular solutions, which were based on proprietary technologies and longer term standards, for instance, Narrowband IoT (NB-IoT).

Presently, various enterprises use more than 1 IoT network type given the continuous expansion of both cellular and non-cellular solutions. IoT Virtual Network Operators (VNO), for example, relies upon both types of networks.

Cutting-topical research report “Low Power WAN Internet of Things (IoT): Non-cellular LPWAN IoT Market Outlook and Forecasts 2016 - 2021” prepared by Mind Commerce Publishing LLC presents a detailed guide to the LPWAN market.

The report contains important information on the existing and emerging LPWAN technologies, discusses top solutions, reviews the recent developments in the LPWAN ecosystem, uncovers details on the competitive landscape and the leading companies active in this sphere. The research publication includes an overview of use cases, explores the historical background and the current state of the LPWAN market, highlights the major factors driving and restraining the LPWAN market growth and also points out top opportunities and challenges. Additionally, the report offers data on the future LPWAN communications as well as contains comprehensive forecasts for the LPWAN market up till 2021.

Many other research reports prepared by Mind Commerce are provided in this Market Publishers’ catalogue.


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