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Drei partners with Actility to operate Austria’s public LoRaWAN® network

Hutchison Drei Austria GmbH, a Vienna-based telecommunications company serving over 4 million users, is now operating the nationwide LoRaWAN network in Austria, powered by Actility. Drei is part of CK Hutchison Holdings Limited, a telecommunications group present in six European markets, Hong Kong and Macau and totaling over 176 million registered customers worldwide.

Drei has selected Actility’s flagship carrier-grade IoT network server and platform ThingPark™ Wireless to operate the national LoRaWAN network in Austria.

ThingPark Wireless is the preferred IoT network platform solution for service providers rolling out national IoT connectivity services and solutions. Actility’s ThingPark Wireless multi-technology platform powers almost all large scale LoRaWAN network deployments worldwide, and it is designed for security, scalability, and a set of features and qualities that make it truly carrier-grade. The modular platform supports the latest specifications of the LoRa Alliance, enabling seamless interconnection with both other licensed and unlicensed public networks as well as LoRaWAN-based local/private networks.

ThingPark Wireless enables Drei to monetize IoT connectivity and accelerate the adoption of IoT solutions at scale across multiple industries. It also facilitates the transformation of sensor data into business insights for customers of IoT services by adding comprehensive data processing and exposure services to ease the integration with any third-party business application.

The IoT Platform provides bi-directional drivers for the LoRaWAN device ecosystem and automatically implements scalable mediation connectors to all major data/application platforms including Azure IoT Hub and IoT Central, AWS IoT and Greengrass, Cumulocity, SAP, ThingWorx, and many others.

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