By Tony Tilbrook | March 20th, 2020
NNNCo is a licensed Australian Telecommunications carriage service provider. As such all elements of the NNNCo network and systems are scrutinised annually for security and resilience by the ACMA and Department of Home Affairs under the standard reporting compliance requirements.
By Tony Tilbrook | May 15th, 2019
Connected IoT devices in cities are forecast to exceed 35 billion globally by 2025 and with each additional access point, data vulnerabilities expand. Use cases will increasingly become part of a city’s critical infrastructure and as such security and data...
By Tony Tilbrook | May 6th, 2019
Smart cities are realising that upgrading streetlights to LEDs provides an excellent opportunity to integrate those same streetlights with networking and intelligent controls that can provide further savings.
By Tony Tilbrook | April 11th, 2019
Cities are facing an increasingly heterogeneous technology environment with different network technologies, disparate devices, data sources, standards, and platforms.
By Rob Zagarella | December 5th, 2018
Last week I attended the global Actility Operator Forum in Paris with NNNCo’s COO/CTO Tony Tilbrook and 50 other LoRaWAN network operators from around the world. Here are the highlights.
By Dean Cooper | August 13th, 2018
A real-world comparison of Low Power Wide Area (LPWA) technologies including LoRaWAN, Sigfox, NB-IoT and Cat-M1
By Tessa Ritchard | March 27th, 2018
Cities and regional centres around Australia are devising strategies to become more liveable and sustainable communities by becoming ‘smart cities’.
By Rob Zagarella | February 28th, 2018
Welcome to NNNCo’s ‘Real World IoT Blog’. For our first issue I want to look at an IoT application for the energy sector – one which makes use of some key features of NNNCo’s LoRaWAN network. This application will be...