Netherlands beats South Korea in rolling out national Internet of Things network

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KPN engineers installing a LoRa network in The Netherlands
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KPN engineers installing a LoRa network in The Netherlands

Switched-on Dutch telco KPN plans to connect millions of devices across the country

The Netherlands looks to have beaten South Korea in the race to build a national Internet of Things (IoT) network with the news that Dutch telecoms company KPN has switched on its IoT network this ...

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