RAK analyzed different aspects of smart cities including one article in which some of the most innovative international destinations were highlighted. In late 2021, the city of San José, California became the first locale to enter into a public-private partnership with Helium Inc.
When you hear about Helium, the people’s network, the first thing that comes to mind is interconnected devices. Those antennas are part of the magic of the Helium network.
At the end of March, Amir Haleem, the CEO of Helium, Inc, announced that his corporation would be renamed Nova Labs. This news was paired with the disclosure of a Series D equity round where the company raised $200M.
Helium is not just a gas used to blow up party balloons or cool the Large Hadron Collider. Did you know that Helium is also a company that started as a small startup nine years ago?
This article presents guidelines for buying, selling, and trading Helium and recommends which exchanges to use.
The Helium network is a massive decentralized LoRaWAN® network that compensates those who host physical hotspots by rewarding them with Helium tokens, or $HNT. This system is known as Proof-of-Coverage (PoC).
Over the last few months, there have been a lot of articles about the “end” of 3G. The shutdown, the sunset, the point at which certain devices are rendered inoperable, or, what Wired terms the “3G-pocalypse.”
Helium has seen a steady increase in users in the past year — due in part to its gamified setup that rewards users. Provide coverage to The People’s Network in your area, and you get $HNT.
“Roaming” is one of those dirty words that appeared in its modern form at some point in the mid-2000s. Though many consumers would struggle to give a coherent definition, cell phone roaming is a subject that most instinctively run away from.