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CBRSense IoT Sensor Joins Monogoto's CBRS Network
CBRSense, a game-changing IoT sensor capable of communicating across private networks, will be unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.
Fremont, CA: From 2021 to 2026, the worldwide IoT Sensor market is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 24.05 percent. The adoption of IoT has got accelerated by new developing applications and business models and lower device costs. As a result, there's a slew of linked devices, including automobiles, machinery, meters, wearables, and consumer gadgets.
Monogoto CEO Itamar Kunik states: 'We are very pleased to be the first network capable of hosting such a wide array of low-power devices. Our partnership with SODAQ and Sequans was a true collaboration in every sense allowing us to drive this innovation into the CBRS ecosystem'.
Monogoto, a cloud-based worldwide cellular connection provider, is thrilled to welcome CBRSense to its network. CBRSense is the first multi-purpose low-power Internet of Things sensor that interacts over private networks.
To create CBRSense, Monogoto collaborated with SODAQ, an IoT hardware firm specializing in building IoT solutions, and Sequans Communications S.A., a leading manufacturer of cellular IoT chips and modules for large and broadband IoT.
Adding a low-power, battery-powered IoT sensor to the CBRS network expands the range of previously unsupported devices significantly. CBRSense brings up a new world of possibilities for many businesses that have chosen CBRS as a network.
Compared to what is now available on the market, the new low-cost sensor may be operated from any place and has a life cycle of more than a year.
Sequans selectively enabled low-power modems into CBRS networks, allowing SODAQ's sensors to interact with private networks.
CBRS refers to a 3.5 GHz spectrum block that the FCC has designated for public usage. It enables businesses to establish their private LTE networks efficiently. For real CBRS growth to occur, network capabilities must be improved, which will lead to more use cases.
The future of 5G development gets determined by several use cases inside the same network (network slicing). CBRSense showcases CBRS network use cases previously dominated by high-speed CAT 12 CPEs and UE use cases.
The three firms will be exhibiting at the forthcoming Consumer Electronics Show (CES) from January 5-8, 2022, showcasing their unique technologies for the first time.