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A Wireless Network Option for Multiple Applications and Markets

M2M connectivity options that combine low- power and long-range present huge opportunities. Any potential M2M solution that requires extended battery life is an example — parking, structural integrity monitoring, and agriculture monitoring and management are all obvious candidates. Currently, there are a number of different low-power and long-range solutions in the market – and Link Labs is one of these. Beecham Research’s Saverio Romeo recently met with Brian Ray, Link Labs CEO, to learn more about his company and their position in the market.

To read the full article:Developing a Competent M2M Wireless Network Option for Multiple Applications and Markets

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Written by Brian Ray

Brian is the Founder and CTO of Link Labs. As the chief technical innovator and leader of the company, Brian has led the creation and deployment of a new type of ultra long-range, low-power wireless networking which is transforming the Internet of Things and M2M space.

Before starting Link Labs, Brian led a team at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab that solved communications and geolocation problems for the national intelligence community. He was also the VP of Engineering at the network security company, Lookingglass, and served for eight years as a submarine officer in the U.S. Navy. He graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy and received his Master’s Degree from Oxford University.


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