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LoRaWAN+mioty: New hybrid network management system released in beta version

LORIOT announces its innovative industrial-grade LPWAN hybrid server developed by integrating the new mioty Service Center with the existing LoRaWAN Network Server.

Last month, LORIOT announced to have progressed as a Full Member of the mioty alliance, today the company successfully set up its Hybrid Network Management System that unified mioty with the existing LoRaWAN solution.

Zurich, Switzerland, 22.06.2022. - LORIOT, the IoT company enabling long-range IoT networks worldwide, announces the launch of a Hybrid Network Management System, sustaining both their existing LoRaWAN® market-leading Network Servers and now the mioty® Service Centers too. The new hybrid solution provides additional connectivity, greater flexibility, and a higher density of devices, to both existing and new clients, based on their specific use case requirements.

After an extensive internal testing phase of several months, The LORIOT mioty Service Center and the hybrid solution have been released as a private beta version only available for selected partners among mioty alliance members.

"We can clearly see how this technology has the potential to address the requirements of large-scale IoT projects, particularly in the industrial and metering sectors. We embraced the challenge and joined the mioty alliance to collaborate with other members and partners in order to release our mioty Service Center to the market. We choose to employ a hybrid approach, giving our current and prospective clients the option of selecting a transmission protocol, LoRaWAN and/or mioty, based on their specific use case, while operating their hybrid infrastructure from a single interface." commented Julian Studer, CEO & founder of LORIOT.

The beta testing phase will also be carried out by running real-world use cases and POCs together with end customers in order to test the solution in different environments and production conditions.
The aim is to prove the performance and improve the product based on the partners’ feedback in order to launch it on the market, starting from our public server infrastructure, for the next phase.


mioty alliance® and mioty® are marks used under license from the mioty alliance®.
LoRaWAN® is a mark used under license from the LoRa Alliance®.


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

The core product is a software for scalable, distributed, resilient and secure operation of long-range networks and end-to-end applications that dramatically reduces costs and time to market for the end users.
LORIOT offers the network infrastructure to set up, operate and maintain a radio network, integrate sensors and communicate with them over a secure and reliable connection.

Already operating in over 150 countries worldwide, LORIOT is one of the leading LPWAN network solution providers.

About the mioty technology

mioty is a software based low-power, wide-area network (LPWAN) protocol developed by FRAUNHOFER IIS and the mioty alliance to overcome today’s and future wireless connectivity limitations. With its best-in-class reliability and scalability, mioty is designed for massive industrial and commercial IoT deployments.

The core invention behind the mioty technology is the Telegram Splitting Multiple Access (TSMA) method. As defined by the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI TS 103 357), Telegram Splitting splits the data packets to be transported in the data stream into small sub-packets at the sensor level.

These sub-packets are then transmitted over different frequencies and time. An algorithm in the base station permanently scans the spectrum for mioty sub-packets and reassembles them into a complete message. Due to sophisticated Forward Error Correction (FEC), the receiver only needs 50% of the radio bursts in order to completely reconstruct the information. This reduces the impact of corrupted or lost bursts due to collisions and increases the resistance to interference.