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Paige Wireless, LLC. (Now Known as Ethos Connected) Announces Partnership with Nebraska Public Power District to Accelerate Connectivity Across Nebraska.


October 2, 2019 – Columbus, Nebraska – Paige Wireless LLC., formerly a wholly-owned subsidiary of Paige Electric L.P. and now known as Ethos Connected, announced Saturday, September 28, a partnership with Nebraska Public Power District (NPPD) to accelerate the deployment of interconnectivity across Nebraska for computing devices embedded in everyday objects via the Internet, enabling them to send and receive data. Otherwise known as the Internet of Things (IoT), this interconnectivity will be made possible by the Paige Wireless LoRaWAN® network that spans the state.

 “The collaboration between Paige Wireless and NPPD will enable the use of breakthrough technology to deliver exciting new programs and services to our customers” stated Pat Pope, CEO of NPPD.

“We recognize the countless opportunities this technology brings to our great state and we are dedicated to maximizing its capabilities to best serve our customers” added Pope.

The Paige Wireless network aims to reignite rural America’s status as an epicenter for new, practical technologies that help industries, farmers, businesses, students and communities thrive. Nebraska’s new LoRaWAN® network allows users to deploy low-cost sensors, access real-time data, and make on-demand decisions to improve efficiency, safety, security, actionability, and the bottom line. On the farm, Paige Wireless is providing solutions to help maximize resources and yield, driven by real-time data. Producers across the state now have greater insight into their daily operations. Paige Wireless’ LoRaWAN® network exists to enable producers to lower their costs with more efficient water, nutrient, feed and soil health management. The data collected can offer actionable insight and answers into questions about methodology, sustainability and stewardship. The benefits for rural and farmland applications once considered unimaginable are now within reach.

NPPD sees numerous applications, including grid communications and security, advanced data collection for asset management, and efficient electrification of the economy as the technology also has the potential to facilitate broadband deployment in underserved rural areas through innovative partnerships with local telcos, internet service providers, and wireless internet service providers.

“We are thrilled to partner with NPPD to further expand the capabilities of our network and services across Nebraska” says Julie Bushell, Founder of Ethos Connected. “This collaboration will deliver the true benefits of connectivity.”

Together, Ethos Connected and NPPD are powering the IoT across Nebraska.


About Ethos Connected

Ethos Connected is the most comprehensive full-service IoT connectivity solution in North America. The company helps organizations in under-served industrial verticals, government agencies, and local communities leverage technology to address complex problems impacting the food we eat, the water we drink, and more.

Ethos provides consultative support and strategic guidance, along with the largest, contiguous carrier-grade LoRaWAN network in North America, advanced sensor technology, and predictive analytics. Customers can leverage this technology for remote data collection, task automation, security and asset management, resource control and more to maintain quality performance, ensure uptime for critical services (over 99.9%), increase resilience to unforeseen events, and consistently deliver a return on investment.

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About Nebraska Public Power District

Nebraska Public Power District’s mission is to safely generate and deliver reliable, low cost, sustainable energy and related services, while providing outstanding customer service. NPPD’s vision is to enhance the quality of life for Nebraskans, through public power, now and in the future. Working in partnership with the state’s rural public power districts, cooperatives and municipalities, NPPD helps serve an estimated 600,000 Nebraskans with retail or wholesale electric power and energy-related products and services. For more information about NPPD visit


Media Contacts:

Ethos Connected
Cara Posey
Nebraska Public Power District
Mark Becker