Optus and Myriota Show How 1MB of IoT Data Can Be Worth US$500

by Jamie Moss | 3Q 2019 | IN-5608
Australian wireless carrier Optus has partnered with satellite company Myriota to extend Internet of Things (IoT) services to the remotest of areas. Myriota’s continuously-orbiting Low Earth Orbit (LEO) nanosatellites and custom signal processing algorithm make massive-scale IoT satellite connectivity achievable, while the economics of constrained resources reveal pricing models that create unprecedented value for connectivity.

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