German cable operator Unitymedia said it will build a Long Range Wide Area Network (LoRaWAN) in the city of Weilrod, Hesse. The network supports the use of applications for Internet of Things (IoT) in a connected city. The network is based on sensors powered with batteries that exchange small amounts of data. Few channels cover an area with a range of 5 to 12 km.
Unitymedia provides gateways that transfer data between end devices and network servers.
Today, we are excited to announce the creation of the HiveMQ open source MQTT community.
'As a group of pioneers, technologists, and innovators who have helped create and sustain today’s internet, we write to you to voice our concern at proposals under consideration in the EU Terrorist Content regulation.
Mitchell BakerExecutive Chairwoman, The Mozilla Foundation and Mozilla Corporation
Inventor of the World Wide Web and Founder of the Web Foundation
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