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  • Pycom Featured at 6 stands at MWC2017

    Pycom featured on 6 stands at Mobile World Congress 2017

    Yes, Pycom is going to be present there….actually, very present! It’s going to be a great show this year. We’re so humbled by the number of requests we’ve have to have products on stands. MWC2017 is going to have Pycom everywhere 🙂 Six partners are now to have our development boards featured including Ubuntu, Sequans, Ericsson,read more

  • Edinburgh IoT Challenge Week starts today!

    We’re excited to collaborate with Edinburgh University on the IoT challenges they’ve set for a number of students over the coming week. Together with sponsors Information Services and the School of Informatics with the new Bayes Centre and supported by CENSIS and City of Edinburgh Council as well as a team of lecturers and staff, we’re helping teach the student how to create successful viable IoT projects.  read more

  • Pycom’s view of LTE-M around the World

    Yes, despite it not being all that obvious LTE-M for IoT is already here! Up to 85% of the existing mobile network infrastructure just needs a software update to be able to accommodate LTE-M devices…it is real, it is happening. We recognise however, that it’s important we help all you backers get access to allread more

  • Pycom and Canonical to enable LPWAN communications via snaps

    Blog on: Ubuntu Insights Pycom and Canonical to enable LPWAN communications via snaps By: Maarten Ectors Pycom is the company behind the disruptive products such as the LoPy and SiPy which enable developers to easily get LoRa and Sigfox low-power WAN (LPWAN) communication happening. Their latest product, the FiPy combines LoRa, Sigfox and LTE-CAT M1/NB1.read more

  • BLACK FRIDAY at Pycom

    What’s better than a great deal? We think nothing is and that’s why we’re giving all our customers 20% off today only. This is the opportunity to get WiPys at less than €17, LoPys at just under €25, and SiPys (pre-order) for less than €25-30. Then there’s the Expansion Boards, the colourful Pycases and antennaread more