X-TELIA and its wireless network were founded in 2016 by Canadian entrepreneurs eager to bring to businesses, cities and citizens a new generation of technologies and applications that analysts around the world believe will change the world, for the better.
X-TELIA specialises in the Internet of Things. It deploys and operates a network designed specifically for connected objects, and develops applications of all kinds taking advantage of the low energy consumption, long range and high security of its network.
The X-TELIA network is based on LoRa® technology and its LoRaWAN® communication protocol, developed by an international association of more than 500 companies: the LoRa-Alliance®, of which X-TELIA is the only Quebec company to be a member. LoRa® technology has now become a universal standard for the Internet of Things.
LoRaWAN is a low-power, wide-area networking (LPWAN) protocol for wireless communication of small amounts of data over long distances. It is designed for use in Internet of Things (IoT) applications, where devices need to send small amounts of data over long distances in a low-power and reliable manner. LoRaWAN® networks are deployed in more than 160 countries including the United States, France, England, Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands, India, China and Australia.
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