LoRaWAN Sensor and Gateway Management
Class A, B and C compliant
Adaptive Data Rate supported
All LoRaWAN compliant gateways supported
Gain real-time information about sensor and network performance
Per-Sensor or Application Data Routing Feeds
Real-time messages can be routed through APIs, Sockets or MQTT brokers
Apply multiple data routes to a single sensor
Retrieve historical messages through IoT-X’s user interface or via APIs
Advanced Billing and Sensor Usage Information
Create traditional billing models to monetise access to the network
Gain visibility of the number of messages or total amount of data sent
High Availability, Stable and Secure Infrastructure
Global infrastructure providing a 99.999% uptime
LoRaWAN network servers deployed globally for low latency performance
Intuitive Web Interface
Perform actions quickly and easily with IoT-X’s award-winning user interface
Flexible Restful APIs for Integration
Stream’s suite of RESTful APIs can be used to automate certain actions and integrate with the customer’s existing infrastructure
Customer and Sensor Segregation
Provide end-customers with accounts via which they can provision sensors on the network
Private LoRaWAN Application Segregation
Unlimited applications to segregate customer networks.
Stream’s LoRaWAN network server decodes and routes the data transmitted from LoRa end-devices via LoRaWAN gateways. This allows customers to manage any of their LoRa devices using Stream’s IoT-X connectivity management platform.
To assist in enabling a smooth rollout, Stream’s hardware partners can provide gateways that are pre-configured to route data to Stream’s LoRaWAN network server.
Customers can register LoRa devices and set up LoRa applications quickly and easily, using Stream's robust server and the customer’s deployed network infrastructure.
The Stream LoRaWAN server decodes and routes the data received from devices by LoRa gateways. Stream’s server enables data to be routed via IoT-X or forwarded to a third-party application such as Microsoft Azure, PTC ThingWorx, IBM Watson IoT or scriptr.io.
Stream’s LoRaWAN server has been integrated to function with LoRa compliant gateways from leading LoRa network providers such as Kerlink, LinkLabs, MultiTech or any device using the Semtech packet forwarder. Stream are constantly integrating more ecosystem partners to ensure sound interoperability between our product offerings.
Our infrastructure is deployed across the main regions of Europe, Asia-Pacific and the Americas to ensure that Stream can provide low latency connectivity across every region in which LoRa is available.
Stream’s standard deployment model involves IoT-X and the LoRaWAN network server being deployed on Stream’s public cloud infrastructure, which provides global access and local network servers for each region.
Stream also support the ability to deploy services into public cloud platforms, such as Microsoft Azure or Amazon Web Services for in-country local deployments.
Stream can supply global wireless backhaul connectivity to customer gateways via our world-leading cellular and satellite connectivity services.
IoT-X enables customers to link a SIM card to a gateway, allowing easy identification of the locations to which SIMs are deployed and easy management of connectivity costs on a per-gateway or per-network basis.
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