LPWA uniquely allows these savings because it, by definition, has long-lasting battery life, wider and deeper coverage areas, and lower module costs than traditional wireless services like cellular and mesh. With cellular standards bodies beginning to develop their own cellular LPWA they have effectively declared that LPWA truly is the wireless technology suited for the IoT. Press and analysts agree that LPWA is the wireless tech of choice for enabling the majority of IoT applications. What is for certain is that LPWA is here to stay and will command a large part of the IoT’s wireless provider market share. The next step is to take a look at each of the technologies and determine which can viably support and grow with the IoT. RPMA is the only LPWA technology that can viably connect the IoT as it is envisioned. In our next posts we’ll discuss what the ‘L’ in LPWA really stands for, and how that really determines the long-term viability of the IoT.
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