As the Internet of Things (IoT) is embraced across a wide range of vertical markets with a growing number of connected devices, the connectivity technology landscape remains complex and fragmented. There is no single IoT network that has ubiquitous coverage and is capable of addressing all vertical IoT use cases.
In connecting the next billion physical devices to digital assets, Semtech’s LoRa® devices and the LoRaWAN protocol will play a significant role. ABI Research estimates that LoRa will remain as the leading non-cellular LPWA network technology and will account for more than half of all non-cellular LPWA connections by 2026. Join Semtech, MultiTech and Orange for a new webinar to discuss how LoRaWAN networks will complement 5G networks.
The Future of 5G and LoRaWAN: Connecting the Next Billion Devices
April 14, 2021
11:00 a.m. EST (6:00 p.m. CET)
In this webinar, Semtech, MultiTech and Orange will address key questions including:
- What is the status of 5G network connectivity and when will it become commercially available?
- What are the advantages of LoRa devices and the LoRaWAN protocol for IoT applications?
- How will Multi-Radio Access Network (Multi-RAN) architectures play a role in the future of connected devices?
- What makes LoRaWAN ideal for massive IoT use cases, and what are its advantages over other network protocols?
- What are the market forecasts for cellular and non-cellular LPWA connections, including 5G NR, LoRa®, LTE-M, NB-IoT, and Sigfox?
- How are today’s leading operators deploying LoRaWAN for smart metering, grid management, commercial building automation, and connected agriculture applications?
- What are some examples of use cases for LoRa devices and LoRaWAN protocol that complement 5G as an access network technology and to backhaul data from gateways to the Cloud?
- Daniel Quant, Vice President of Strategic Development, MultiTech
- Ronan LE BRAS, Head of Technical Strategy – Wireless Network/IoT/LPWA, Orange
- Rémi Lorrain, Director, LoRaWAN Networks, Semtech Corporation
- Adarsh Krishnan, Research Director, ABI Research