Teracom A/S and LORIOT Announce the Deployment of a Nationwide LoRaWAN Network in Denmark

The Danish telecommunications operator Teracom A/S, together with Internet of Things (IoT) infrastructure-provider Loriot announced the completion of its nationwide IoT LoRaWANTM network in Denmark. The two companies strengthen their existing partnership, aiming to provide the best coverage and quality of service in the country.


Copenhagen, Denmark  15, March 2019 – Teracom A/S, a Danish broadcaster and telco, LoRaWANTM operator and service provider, and Loriot, a global IoT company, reinforce their existing collaboration and will provide Denmark with a nation-wide long-range IoT network.

“The interest for IoT solutions and the demand for Internet-of-things connectivity is growing dramatically in Denmark. Teracom is fully committed to provide full coverage to the  whole country and the roll-out is almost completed. Loriot’s network server solution allows us to easily set-up and  manage such a large network and enables our customers to scale their applications.”,  stated Martin Løbel, Chief Executive Officer of Teracom.

Loriot provides the management system of the network, ensuring great performance, flexibility, high-security standards and compliance with local regulations. The infrastructure enables IoT applications in a range of sectors including smart metering, smart farming, smart building and smart city applications.

“Teracom A/S is one of our best partners and we are extremely happy to keep on building the future of IoT with such a partner. The Danish nationwide rollout strengthens our leading positioning in Europe  and we are confident that it will generate even greater demand for and dissemination of IoT solutions.” added Julian Studer, Chief Operating Officer of Loriot.

The Danish LoRaWANTM network is operative and growing and Teracom is ready to  receive and serve the local market demand.


About Teracom A/S

Teracom is a total supplier of nationwide telecommunications and broadcast networks, servicing public service and commercial radio and TV stations as well as infrastructure for IoT and mission critical communication networks.

Based on Teracom’s own IP and broadcast infrastructure, as well as our nationwide field service organization and 24-hour network operations center (NOC), Teracom provides a range of services to the Danish Broadcast Company (DR), the national coastal radio and the Danish defence, as well as various network, data center and media services to Danish telecom operators and enterprise customers.

The latest addition to Teracom’s services is a fully redundant and robust nationwide IoT network based on LoRaWANTM.

About Loriot AG

Loriot is a global IoT company providing long-range infrastructure for the Internet of Things.

Due to a unique positioning in the LoRa® ecosystem as both software provider and network operator, we are able to provide one of the most powerful and complete solutions in the market. Our core product is a software for scalable, distributed, resilient and secure operation of LoRaWANTM networks and end-to-end applications that dramatically reduces time to market for our clients.

Already operating in over 130 countries worldwide, Loriot is one of the leading LoRaWANTM network solution providers.

Julian Studer, co-founder & COO
Phone: +41 79 913 59 62
E-Mail: [email protected]
Web: www.loriot.io

Teracom A/S
Martin Løbel, CEO
Phone: +45 27 22 62 37
E-Mail:  [email protected]
Web: www.teracom.dk

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