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Thinxtra honoured for IoT operation and implementation
The IoT specialist network operator and solutions provider has been awarded two awards this year, and nominated for two more.
Kordia completes IoT network that reaches 94% of population
The Sigfox network was built by IoT rollout experts, and Thinxtra network partner, Kordia.
Using robotics, IoT & data analytics to clean up NZ’s waterways
“There is now a push to make all New Zealand’s waters and rivers swimmable again."
Auckland’s IoT meetups sparking synergy between tech startups
The IoT Meetup has evolved into a key tech community attracting people with common interests in creating and using IoT applications.
Will Tasmania be Australia’s first IoT-ready state?
The network will enable the use of devices such as smart meters, temperature probes for aquaculture and GPS trackers for agriculture assets.
Kordia snaps up former Activata Prepay exec as new ANZ group marketing manager
“This will be of significant value as we continue on our journey of becoming a leading Australasian provider of mission-critical tech solutions."
Kordia and Thinxtra’s IoT network extends to 88% of NZ population
With their IOT network currently extending from Invercargill to Whangarei, their goal is 95 percent, so they're certainly not far off.
'IoT isn't just a hype' and companies need to understand it better
“Executive teams need to know who their new and potential digital competitors are."
IN-DEPTH: We take a look with Kordia at Thinxtra's Kiwi IoT network
"Everyone we talk to can quickly think of half a dozen or more use cases for IoT once you remove the constraints of power consumption and cost."
Trans-Tasman IoT network launched
“The technology Thinxtra is rolling out in New Zealand and Australia makes connecting to the IoT viable for a great many more applications."
Thinxtra Kordia partnership moves IoT from talk to action
"The partnership will allow enterprises and Government to progress from talking about the Internet of Things, to the widespread deployment of it.