Haystack Blog

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Haystack and the Real-Time Internet of Things

We received quite a lot of positive feedback from our presentation on Low Power Wide Area Networks and today published a follow-up piece that explores our technology in greater detail

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OpenTag 0.4 Sneak Peek

OpenTag 04 will be the last 0x version before 10  It is also a big improvement over all past versions, because it is the first version with a real

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DASH7 Education On A Budget

Really excited about the response to our webinar next week —– taking place on Thursday morning October 4th west coast time or mid-afternoon if you are in Europe and

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Haystack & LPWAN Presentation

We created a new presentation that dives into the opportunity with Haystack and Low Power Wide Area Networks like LoRa About 70% geared towards business audiences, there is a

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Haystack Training Update

Hi everyone and sorry for the light blog posts  JP and I are busy on a project and it’s one of those short deadlines tons to do efforts,

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What “Curated Openness” Means

The last blog entry was a link to a GigaOM article about a speech made by Sebastian Marineau-Mes from RIM (link to article)  The topic is how the Internet

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Haytag Technology Preview

I’m getting many questions about what kind of technologies we’re using in haytag  In order to stuff so much functionality into such a small enclosure, we need to be

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DASH7 + Haystack + IoT Webinar Video + PDF Available

Really excited about the turnout for yesterday’s inaugural Haystack webinar where JP Norair covered a range of topics from product plans, new hardware, and where we fit into the

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San Francisco Sweep

The San Francisco Giants won the 2012 World Series in an amazing four game sweep against the Detroit Tigers, who had just executed a similar sweep of the NY

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DASH7 vs. Bluetooth

JP Norair and I have the opportunity to meet lots of people interested in DASH7 and recently we were introduced to someone who tried, unsuccessfully, to deconstruct the facts

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