Optus Business collaborates with Myriota over remote connectivity for IoT devices


Optus Business and nanosatellite startup Myriota have teamed up in a deal which aims to provide regional and remote connectivity for IoT devices and applications in Australia.

According to the agreement, Optus’s national networks and digital enablement capabilities will be integrated with Myriota’s direct-to-orbit satellite connectivity technology to deliver large-scale, low-cost communications for IoT devices in remote Australian regions.

Myriota’s low-power IoT modules are capable of securely transferring data directly to the cloud through a collection of nanosatellites being provided by its partner, exactEarth. These modules, which can be powered with the help of a variety

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