IoT news | Everynet expands massive IoT expansion across the United States


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Network provides coast to coast coverage – 370 cities, 130 key logistics points.

Everynet, the world’s largest network operator for national LoRaWAN® networks, provides coast-to-coast access to Low Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN) technology in the United States.

Coverage continues to expand – now available in nearly 370 cities, including more than 130 key logistics points.

Everynet is the only network provider to provide a nationwide, 64-channel, carrier-grade network in the United States. Leveraging the full spectrum allocated by the FCC, Everynet’s robust network provides dense coverage in urban areas, while their long-haul connectivity provides coverage at key logistics points. Those who take advantage of LPWAN can benefit from lower operating costs, longer battery life, and longer network life.

Since the launch of the network in August 2021, Everynet has been actively deploying solutions across key vertical markets to address everything from smart metering and monitoring to flood management. As the demand for LPWAN grows in the United States, Everynet’s network supports the best IoT use cases, including:

  • Utilities† Applications enable utilities to remotely monitor, maintain and collect data on water systems, substations, smart grid reclosers, transformers, LPG gas and residential and commercial meters.
  • smart cities† Cities can easily monitor and manage lighting, streamline waste management services, manage flooding and control air quality.
  • Smart infrastructure† Applications for monitoring critical infrastructure, including roads, pipelines and materials transportation. In addition, the network can be used to monitor freight transport by rail, shipping ports and metros to streamline operations and collect data for predictive maintenance.

Everynet also recognizes the growing need for LPWAN with regard to asset tracking. The neutral host, open ecosystem network is ideal for organizations interested in bringing their supply chain logistics function to the connected world. By managing the location, temperature, humidity and shock on everything from pallets to containers and goods, organizations can effectively receive real-time data about the movement, condition and arrival of assets throughout the entire supply chain.

Gabriel Nave, VP Business Development, explains:

“The addition of more than 130 logistics points to the Everynet network opens the door to enhanced asset tracking for organizations of all sizes.”

“The indoor and outdoor long-distance connectivity and global roaming tracking capabilities give organizations total visibility of their assets at key points along the journey, enabling them to more effectively meet customer expectations.”

“To say that recent disruptive events such as COVID-19, trade conflicts, cyberterrorism and the war in Ukraine have had a huge impact on the global supply chain is to say lightly,” states James Brehm, Founder and Chief Technology Evangelist of James Brehm Associates. “As supply chains adapt and recover, low power consumption and low cost network availability such as the Everynet neutral host network can be a boon to supply chain agility and resilience.”

The United States is just the last country to benefit from Everynet’s low-cost LPWAN network connectivity. With a history of defining and delivering meaningful SLAs to their partners and end users, Everynet operates carrier-grade networks in Asia, EMEA and the Americas. They welcome any platform provider, device maker and solution provider to take advantage of the recently launched, continuously expanding US network through the Ethingz Ecosystem Partner Program.

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