Laird Connectivity, wireless technology solutions provider, today announced a partnership with KORE, IoT service provider to offer wireless IoT sensors, gateways, and services in remote locations. With this partnership, customers will be able to leverage the combined hardware and services, the company said.
More IoT devices will be connected over the next ten years than at any other time in history. Laird Connectivity’s portfolio of IoT devices delivers high performance with unparalleled design flexibility. These innovative solutions leverage low-power cellular and LoRaWAN connectivity to enable simple, out-of-the-box integration and provide everything needed to create a complete device-to-cloud solution in any environment.
“We will be able to harness the power of data in ways never imagined, especially in industrial asset location tracking and device monitoring. We look forward to simplifying the implementation of IoT projects for companies just starting their IoT journey and for those that already have IoT projects underway and are eager to reduce the complexity of deployment,” said KORE president and CEO Romil Bahl.
KORE is said to simplify the complexity of IoT with complete, global IoT management capabilities. The company enables customers’ IoT visions with execution and focus on maximising the return on IoT investment. It will be instrumental in helping Laird Connectivity supply and support customers with their IoT device implementations.
“As companies investing in IoT gain momentum, we are seeing an increasing number of businesses realise their need for additional connectivity solutions and services from a more integrated group of partners,” said Matt Lubeley, director of Business Development, IoT Sales at Laird Connectivity. “Our partnership with KORE helps bring our products and offerings to a larger and more diverse group of clients and customers while accelerating their time to market and improving overall ROI.”
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