Netmore and the Finnish operator Digita have signed a cooperation agreement regarding roaming between the companies’ respective IoT networks (LoRaWAN). Netmore’s Swedish and international customers will gain full access to Digita’s nationwide network in Finland, and Digita will now be able to offer Netmore’s geographical LoRaWAN coverage in Sweden, the UK and Ireland.

Netmore is continuing to grow – partners gain nationwide LoRaWAN in Finland

The roaming agreement between Netmore and Digita means that Netmore’s customers will be able to connect sensors, meters and other devices using Digita’s Finnish network with nationwide coverage. Service developers, sensor manufacturers and other IoT actors that are part of Netmore’s ecosystem will thereby gain greater opportunities to reach out with new and established IoT solutions to more geographical markets, thanks to the increased coverage.

“Internationalisation and the ability to connect multiple geographical markets are a key part of our strategy, and this is an important factor that helps to establish LoRaWAN as an access technology/protocol for large-scale IoT”, says Andreas Stenhager, Title, Company

“Roaming cooperation with Netmore is an important step for us in expanding the ecosystem of LoRaWAN network operators. Nordic companies and organisations are leading the way in the utilisation of IoT solutions, and this roaming partnership provides our customers with an easy and cost-effective way to expand their own IoT solution offering for their end customers on the common market of Finland and Sweden,” says Ari Kuukka, Digita’s VP, IoT Services.

Finnish demand for LoRaWAN coverage in Sweden

The collaboration between the operators is expected to contribute to subscription growth in Netmore’s network. This is a result of Digita’s customers and partners having expressed an interest in establishing their LoRaWAN solutions on the Swedish and international markets, which has been made possible by the roaming agreement and the coverage that Netmore offers in Sweden, the UK and Ireland.

Netmore offers LoRaWAN with nationwide coverage in several countries – enables large-scale IoT projects

Together with infrastructure investor Polar Structure, Netmore is building a growing IoT network with the purpose of creating the conditions for large-scale digitalisation that extends across national borders. The roll-out and establishment of the network infrastructure is ongoing, and follows a strategic plan that is based on geography, the demand for connectivity and future digitalisation needs. Netmore also offers European coverage on demand, which opens the door for the establishment of IoT projects in locations that currently lack coverage.

Netmore’s LoRaWAN has been adapted to be able to connect millions of meters and sensors, thereby laying the foundation for the creation of significant societal benefits by means of large-scale digitalisation projects within a large number of areas.

Netmore Group is a leading IoT operator. We connect properties, provide private and open 5G networks, and enable large-scale IoT via LoRaWAN. Together with property owners, IoT service providers and other partners, we build secure, reliable and open IoT ecosystems that enable digitalisation within sectors and industries in all geographical markets. Netmore Group was founded in 2010 in Sweden, and it has been listed on Nasdaq First North Growth Market since 2017. Redeye AB is the company’s certified adviser.—

Digita is a provider of digital infrastructure and services and the country’s largest independent owner of telecommunication masts. The company owns and operates Finland’s leading national terrestrial television and radio network, acts as a pay-TV operator for the antenna network, and develops future broadcasting services. Digita’s telecommunications services include private networks, indoor coverage solutions, telecommunications rooftop management services, as well as Internet of Things (IoT) and data center services. Services are provided to media companies, consumers, mobile operators, industry, infrastructure companies and property owners. Digita employs 200 experts nationwide.