Mobile World Congress 2018: Acklio winner of the “best telco innovation award”

2018-10-12T07:29:33+00:00 February 26th, 2018|


For any innovator, the Mobile World Congress is the inescapable B2B meeting. It’s a major opportunity to demonstrate your solution to key accounts and a valuable springboard for international business. For this Mobile World Congress event, Acklio was under the spotlight, being awarded with best telco innovation by Business France and Orange.

Acklio accelerates the IoT market by raising barriers to massive and sustainable deployments. His IP-over-LPWAN technology makes the development of new IoT solutions as simple as web services, secures end-to-end communications, and unifies systems and networks. Acklio developed a new compression and fragmentation technology to ensure compatibility between the LPWAN networks and the IP protocol. It enables interoperability between connected devices and any type of LPWAN (Low-Power, Wide-Area Network).

“Enabling LPWAN networks LPWAN interoperability (LoRa, LTE-M, NB-IoT, Sigfox…), Acklio benefits to the all ecosystem” says Luc Bretones, Director for Orange Technocenter.

For Alexander Pelov, CEO of Acklio “interoperability remains one of the main challenge for Internet of Things. This award is a true recognition about the strong innovation potential provide by Acklio to these networks. It also ensures a business boost to sale our solution.”

Here is a video report, from the visit of Mounir Mahjoubi, Secretary of State in charge of Digital Affairs, on our booth.
Interview in French, started at 18 minutes.