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Behr claims MyThings superior to LoRaWAN, Sigfox updates numbers

The U-LPWAN border conflicts continue this week, with the factions announcing projects, promoting mouthpieces, and claiming new capabilities. Incapable of uniting against their shared enemy L-LPWAN, the U-LPWAN sector is still slogging it out, trying to claim points and wins instead of putting on a collective front. Of course, there are very strong business motivations preventing them uniting, but unlike fights like VHS vs. Betamax, there’s still plenty of life in the market for these technologies if they don’t take first place. With an immense number of pivot opportunities, it doesn’t look like there is much in the pipeline that could kill one of these U-LPWAN technologies dead, besides a company selling up, investors pulling out, or perhaps a political…

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