October 01, 2020
Webinar - The Key Factors in Choosing an IoT Connectivity Partner
By Ken Briodagh, Editorial Director
When preparing to launch an IoT solution, connectivity is, by definition, a critical choice. It is not always easy to differentiate between the options, or the providers of those options, however. To help with that, join an upcoming webinar from IoT Evolution and Aeris (News - Alert), in which you will learn what actually distinguishes providers from one another, and about the rare and critical capabilities that can make or break success as you scale.
The webinar, “3 Things to Look for in an IoT Connectivity Provider” will take place Thursday, October 8, 2020 at 2:00 p.m. ET/11:00 a.m. PT. Click here to register.
Cellular connectivity is everywhere, leaving many observers with the impression that providers are more or less the same. When it comes to IoT, the reality is far more complex. Coverage, feature functionality, expertise, and responsiveness can and often do vary significantly from provider to provider. These differences will matter even more as you scale.
Attendees of the live webinar will learn what actually distinguishes providers from one another, and about the rare and critical capabilities that can make or break success as a company scales. With over a decade of experience at companies with over 165 million devices deployed, IoT expert Jason Chien will:
- Identify the uncommon but critical capabilities that most impact solution performance, reliability, and costs at scale;
- Reveal the technology backbone that distinguishes the most capable providers from the rest;
- List the 5 most important questions to ask prospective providers as you shop.
With so many choices available, and the success of your connected product at stake, it’s critical to know what to look for.
Ken Briodagh is a storyteller, writer and editor with about two decades of experience under his belt. He is in love with technology and if he had his druthers would beta test everything from shoe phones to flying cars.
Edited by Ken Briodagh