Purpose-built for supporting M2M/IoT applications, the Machine NetworkTM brings wireless connectivity exclusively to machines.

The Machine Network, engineered and built by Ingenu, is a network of wireless connectivity designed exclusively for machine-to-machine communication built on the robust and powerful RPMA technology.

The Machine NetworkTM meets the low data needs of 86% percent of IoT devices while also providing years of battery life.

Being deployed across the United States by Ingenu, and around the world by our partners, the Machine NetworkTM is the world’s first wireless network to meet all the needs of IoT devices.


Publicly Available.
Privately Availed.

The Machine NetworkTM is a public network which means anyone can sign up to use it.
Think of it like a cellular network made just for machines. In the same way you sign up to use your smart phone on a cellular network, you can sign up your RPMA® enabled devices on the Machine NetworkTM to automate and connect your business and life in ways never before possible.

Wireless Connectivity. No Assembly Required.

Out-of-the-box wireless connectivity just works, no configuration required.
Businesses run from a home office to entire enterprises can make their business smart and connected with no complex infrastructure to set up and no operations to manage. Just get your devices and go.

Professionally Managed. Professionally Used.

Consumers and businesses don’t want to tinker with their wireless network, they just want it to work. The Machine NetworkTM is professionally managed which means Ingenu does all the hard work so you don’t have to.
Professionally managed means Ingenu optimizes tower locations, permits sites, maintains, repairs and operates the network infrastructure, and all of the other behind-the-scenes work so you don’t have to.
We do the work to provide you seamless connectivity service.


The Machine NetworkTM will cover more than 30 major metropolitan areas in the United States by the end of 2016 and all of the United States in a few years. It already provides over 100,000 square miles of wireless coverage, and that’s just the tip of the iceberg.


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