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Everynet Launches IoT Interoperability Lab

First devices from Microchip and Flashnet are already tested and the application platform from Teezle already integrated and demonstrated.

April 21, 2016

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LONDON -- Everynet, an Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity company with a disruptive business model and an innovative partner program, today announced it has launched an Interoperability Lab. The company, which is rolling out LoRaWAN™ networks globally with Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) and private network partners, said the first devices from Microchip and Flashnet are already tested and the application platform from Teezle already integrated and demonstrated.

The everyTHINGS Interoperability Lab will allow end device manufacturers to guarantee interoperability, for both their end devices and the respective applications. The devices will be tested on the Everynet IoT network and the applications pre-integrated with the Everynet Core Network Platform. This will ensure simple, seamless deployment options for customers requiring out-of-the-box IoT network solutions for their specific IoT business requirements.

The LoRaWAN Certification Program is supported by Everynet, a contributing member of the LoRa™ Alliance. This program was launched in November 2015 to certify functional conformance to the LoRaWAN specification. Interoperability testing will offer an additional guarantee at the network server layer that end devices will operate on any LoRaWAN network and is a crucial requirement for the widespread deployment of the IoT on a global scale. The everyTHINGS Program is a complementary process that will guarantee interoperability with the Everynet network and significantly simplify IoT use case deployment.

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