Kerlink and Croatia-based AdriNet have joined forces to speed adoption of LoRaTM low power, wide area networks across the entire Adriatic region with Kerlink’s products and services. The scope of the agreement covers smart city, smart energy, smart agriculture and smart industry applications in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Hungary, Serbia and Slovenia.
Adrinet specializes in distributing advanced communications solutions in the region, including design, installation and management of complete, reliable and secure network solutions.
The company’s engineering expertise in wireless technologies and its innovative approach to new technologies make it a valuable partner for Kerlink to develop the Adriatic market. Kerlink, a global provider of LoRaWANTM network equipment and design solutions, supports IoT networks in all continents.
Ivana Jankovic Safaric, managing director of AdriNet, stated: “Interest is growing rapidly among businesses, agriculture producers, cities, water and electricity providers and other companies in the Adriatic region to harness the potential of Internet of Things to increase efficiency and improve service for customers and citizens.
“Adrinet is pleased to enrich its portfolio of advanced communications solutions with LoRa technology, powered by Kerlink’s industry leading products and its suite of services, to help drive implementation of LoRaWANTM networks in the Adriatic market.”
Ermeline Lebon, head of channel sales at Kerlink, added: “Adding the diverse countries in the Adriatic region to our expanding global footprint of LoRa markets will help this region speed up deployment of public-and-private IoT networks and solidify Kerlink’s position as the leading provider of IoT network solutions in Europe.
“AdriNet is a flexible, customer-focused company with a very good understanding of the IoT network opportunities in the region, which makes it a good fit to partner with Kerlink.”