LTE faces challenges from proprietary technologies in IoT race

LPWAN and the Internet of ThingsAs LTE and other wireless-based IoT technologies work through the standards process, they are being challenged by a number of proprietary approaches that use low power wide area network (LPWAN) technologies.

A number of these proprietary technologies like France's Sigfox are gaining some near-term momentum. Sigfox plans to install networks in 100 U.S. cities by the end of this year, for example.

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