Partnership yields new IoT Solution


Carnegie is incorporating Semtech’s LoRa devices and wireless radio frequency technology into their Longview IoT Solution.

Connectivity solution provider Carnegie Technologies and semiconductor manufacturer Semtech Corporation have joined forces to create a new IoT solution. Carnegie’s Longview IoT solution will integrate Semtech’s LoRa devices and wireless radio frequency technology.

Longview offers a comprehensive selection of sensors and gateways combined with cloud analytics and applications. These apps come pre-configured and ready to work right out of the box. When combined with Semtech’s network technology, it also offers range, efficient power management, and use with any size deployments.

Longview will enhance how companies deploy IoT by making it faster and making it easier to buy, set up, and maintain. The partnership with Semtech’s LoRa technology will support simplicity, flexibility, and ease of deployment. “LoRa enables the next generation of customer service solutions,” says Semtech’s Wireless and Sensing Products Group Director of IoT, Vivek Mohan.

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Key Benefits to Longview’s IoT Solution

Longview offers a comprehensive combination of custom-engineered sensors and gateways combined with industry-specific cloud analytics and applications. Because it’s ready to work right out of the box, businesses can track, measure and manage the things that matter most.

Longview uses LoRaWAN open standard protocol and Carnegie’s Super-B protocol. These protocols reduce packet loss while allowing over-the-air upgrades and improving efficiency. Semtech’s sensor and gateway designs use the LoRa technology for increased range and battery life.

“Longview is a game-changer for enterprises who, with our comprehensive IoT solution, no longer have to hassle with cobbling together systems and platforms from multiple vendors,” says Brad Bush, managing director of Internet of Things for Carnegie Technologies. “We picked Semtech’s LoRa devices and the LoRaWAN protocol as the best low power wide area network (LPWAN) technology in the market today.”

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