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


Jennifer Halstead

Written by Jennifer Halstead

Jennifer Halstead, MBA, CPA brings more than 20 years financial industry experience to Link Labs. She began her career in finance within the pharmaceutical industry and has continued in both public accounting and private companies. She passed the CPA exam with the 3rd highest score in the state and completed her MBA with an accounting concentration (summa cum laude). Jennifer has worked with several software companies and has led multiple venture financing, merger and acquisitions deals. She has helped companies expand internationally and has managed the finance department of a startup to 33 consecutive quarters of growth prior to acquisition. After the acquisition, she served as the Controller of Dell Software Group’s Data Protection Division where she managed a portfolio of multiple hardware and software products to scale and achieve over triple-digit growth worldwide in 18 months. Jennifer brings a depth of finance experience to the Link Labs team.

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