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Link Labs to Demonstrate at Internet of Things World

Link Labs to Demonstrate Low-Power, Wide-Area Network Technology at Internet of Things World

Link Labs, an innovative provider of low-power, wide-area (LPWA) networking technologies for the Internet of Things (IoT), today announced its participation at the Internet of Things World, in San Francisco May 12-13, where it will showcase its suite of long-range, low-power network solutions designed to power the Internet of Things.

 

  • Where/When: The Internet of Things World event will take place at the Moscone Center in San Francisco from May 12 to 13, 2015. Link Labs will be exhibiting at booth 153.
  • What: Link Labs will demonstrate its Symphony IoT system, powered by the LL-RLP-20 radio module: a low-power, bi-directional radio designed for use in sub-GHz license-free and licensed bands.
  • Who: Prospects, Press and Analysts are invited to stop by to learn more about Link Labs’ technology solutions and use cases and speak with Link Labs executives.

 

“As the promise of IoT moves from hype to reality, it is critical to understand the importance of having the proper infrastructure and back-end support to truly harness its potential,” said Brian Ray, CEO of Link Labs. “We’re excited to show users our simple and easy-to-deploy technology, which provides the foundation for cost-effective and secure IoT networks. It is our goal that these technologies will provide innovators with the support they need to bring their game-changing IoT applications to market quickly.”

About Link Labs
Link Labs, a wireless networking hardware and software company based in Annapolis, MD, is focused on making long-range, low-power IoT/M2M networks a reality. Link Labs designs and builds modules, gateways, and base stations available for worldwide distribution. Link Labs also supports and operates Low Power Wide Area M2M networks for smart city solution providers, and is a member of the LoRa Alliance. For more information, visit www.link-labs.com.

Link Labs Media Contact:
Melissa Chadwick
Merritt Group, Inc. on behalf of Link Labs
(571) 382-8513
chadwick@merrittgrp.com

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