The market for LPWA connectivity will be far more complex than for cellular
Over the past 18 months, Low Power Wide Area (LPWA) networking technologies have emerged from the shadows and are now front stage and centre: Sigfox recently announced a USD115 million round of funding, Neul was acquired by Huawei in late 2014, and a new alliance of major technology players has catalysed around Semtech’s LoRa technology. This is a sub-sector that is on fire. We forecast that by 2022, there will be over 3 billion LPWA M2M connections, more than cellular . This Research Note examines the effect LPWA will have on the competitive landscape, and how the emerging plethora of LPWA technologies will compete with each other.
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