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Senra Launches Incana, Their Online IoT Marketplace

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SenRa an India LoRaWAN public network operator, announced the launch of their new online IoT marketplace, Incana. The online marketplace intends to host a variety of IoT devices, gateways, and starter kits from their trusted partners. SenRa eyes to use this platform to increase awareness of the growing IoT hardware ecosystem in India and abroad.

In a recent report by Statista, there will be 2.14 billion people worldwide buying goods and services online by 2021. Convenience, competitive pricing, and more recently the need for adherence to the social distancing norms has made e-commerce the preferred option for many shoppers. Online digital shopping is climbing even with the recent economic impacts of the coronavirus pandemic. SenRa’s timely launch of Incana will enable businesses and developers to conveniently and safely meet their digitalization goals.

Incana has been designed exclusively to cater to the needs of the IoT community eliminating the loss of time and money spent in search of reliable hardware. To ensure high quality products, SenRa and their partners work together to qualify the functionality and performance of hardware prior to making it available on their site.

“Over the last three years, we have seen a tremendous growth in India’s IoT hardware ecosystem. With amazing collaboration between our partners, we have been able to create a platform for users interested in exploring what IoT has to offer.” said, Ali Hosseini, Chief Executive Officer of SenRa”. “Our platform is focused on providing an open experience with a variety of options and a place where users can shop knowing the purchases they make will work reliably.”

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