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The IoT network rivalry is heating up and going global

Stephen Lawson | Feb. 24, 2016
Network builder Ingenu expects its system to dominate in a few years.

In other countries, the company will sell access points to its service-provider partners and charge the partners a licensing fee for each access point and each device on the network. Manufacturers who want to build devices to run on the networks will have to buy chips from Ingenu, but there's no licensing fee.

 

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