LoRa and Sigfox get five-year boost with LTE-M and NB-IoT failures

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        LoRa and Sigfox have maintained and extended their market-share lead over their cellular equivalents enterpriseiotinsights.com/lte” rel=”category” title=”View all posts in LTE”>LTE-M and IoT“>NB-IoT, as the latter technologies have been “plagued by network hardware and connectivity module issues.
        LoRa has been boosted by the rollout of private networks, and Sigfox remains a popular choice for public network operations.
        Most low-power wide-areas (LPWA) network connections will be on LoRa and Sigfox through 2024, at least.
        By 2026, LTE-M and NB-IoT will combine to capture a greater share of more than 60 per cent of total LPWA connections.
        LoRa and Sigfox will account for over 80 per cent of non-cellular LPWA network connections in 2026, comprising the remaining 40 per cent of the LPWA market.
        The continuing popularity of LoRa and Sigfox is down to continued network and hardware issues with cellular-based LTE-M and NB-IoT.
        ABI said LoRa adoption in 2018 was dominated by growth in IoT connections from private networks, with 75 per cent year-on-year growth.
        LoRa technology offers enterprise customers the choice of building their own private network or using an operator-managed public network, or both, based on the IoT use-case.
        But connection growth in public networks will outpace private networks, even as LoRa’s private network footprint continues to expand, and most LoRa devices will connect to public networks by 2026, reckons ABI.
        It expects LoRa devices to have the majority share of non-cellular LPWA connections by 2026.
        By contrast, Sigfox had the second largest share of public LPWA connections after NB-IoT in 2018.
        The main drivers of Sigfox connections were growth in home security, smart metering, and asset tracking applications, said ABI.
        Sigfox had a leading share of LPWA connections in Europe and will continue to have a leading share of European non-cellular LPWA connections.
        Sigfox, through its Monarch feature, is the only commercially available LPWA network solution that supports the multi-regional tracking of assets


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