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Lorix One

Secured connections with The Things Network v3 stack

19 March 2021

Discover how you can migrate your LORIX One to TTNv3 in a secured way!

The LORIX OS 1.0 is released

15 June 2020

We're pleased to announce the v1.0.0 release of the LORIX OS! 

The new LORIX OS release candidate is ready for testing!

23 December 2019

The needs of the Internet of Things, and LoRa® in particular, have continued to grow this year. As a result, we have seen a growing need for a LoRa® infrastructure that is easy to deploy, robust and future-proof.

To help you in your projects, we have worked hard this year to provide you a brand-new software solution for the LORIX One. An intuitive, versatile, stable, secure and fully customizable software that will help you connect your objects, grow your network and complete your solutions.

After having concentrated a lot of effort in the last few months in this accomplishment, we are pleased to announce the very first release of LORIX OS!
 

The Things Conference 2020

17 October 2019

The world's biggest LoRaWAN® conference is returning to Amsterdam on January 30 & 31 2020. Over 2000 professionals from 50+ countries will come together to meet the industry leaders, boost their IoT skillset and do business with the relevant players in the ecosystem. This will be the third edition of the conference organized every year by The Things Industries, a LoRaWAN Network Server Provider.

 
Programming your LORIX One is now even easier

6 June 2019

When it comes to device programming, you often get a hard time to make everything works. You never know if you’ve messed up with those addresses or if you missed a step.

At Wifx, we think that this step should be as fun as the others. That’s why we have worked hard the last weeks to offer you this brand new LORIX Programming Tool.

With the Programming Tool, you can setup a new firmware image on your LORIX using an official image with just a single click through a simple and comprehensive user interface. During programming, you get a feedback of the overall progression and see if everything worked fine at the end.