SIGFOX, the Internet of Things operator, brought its ecosystem together on June 5 in Paris to celebrate its first anniversary, and announced the first steps in the international deployment of its network.
To celebrate the first year of its cellular low-bandwidth network dedicated to Machine to Machine (M2M) communications and the Internet of Things (IoT), SIGFOX welcomed some 150 recognized stakeholders in the community from 10 countries, on Wednesday, June 5, 2013. During this event, the operator announced the expansion of its network to Russia and the Netherlands.Lire la suite
CommunicAsia is the largest ICT Event in Asia.
Internet of Things and M2M are now an important sector of the huge ICT ecosystem. SIGFOX will be for the time at such an event in Asia.Lire la suite
One year ago, SIGFOX officially launched the cellular network dedicated to M2M and Internet of Things. In order to celebrate the one-year anniversary, SIGFOX is hosting a major event in Paris on the 5th of June.Lire la suite
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SIGFOX will be in Milan next week for the M2M+ Industry Summit and the M2M Forum.
Our CEO Ludovic Le Moan will give two speeches there !
For more details, have a look at the full programs:
M2M+ Industry Summit: http://www.m2mplusforum.com/agenda-day-1/
M2M Forum: http://www.m2mforum.it/eng/?page_id=307
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SIGFOX will attend two of the biggest M2M/IoT conferences in Europe in the next few months: MWC Barcelona and CeBIT Hanover.
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