Lebanese incumbent launches LoRaWAN tender

12 Sep 2016

Lebanon’s state-owned national telco Ogero has launched a tender for the procurement and installation of Long Range Wide Area Network (LoRaWAN) infrastructure for Internet of Things (IoT) services, reports the country’s BusinessNews website. Ogero has invited applications from companies with proven expertise regarding the low-power LoRaWAN system, with a deadline for submitting technical and administrative bids set for 6 October. Bidders should be partners or authorised agents of firms that are members of the LoRaWAN Alliance, an international association largely consisting of players in the IoT sector, and Ogero is seeking a commitment of at least five years including maintenance of LoRaWAN equipment and training of the telco’s staff on installation and operation of the system.

Lebanon, Ogero Telecom