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Join KORE at these IoT and M2M Industry Events

Stay connected to the IoT industry through events and expos that KORE will be participating in by reading the information below! If you are interested in meeting with us at any of these events, please fill out the form to the right. A KORE representative will follow up with you shortly.

Can’t wait until these IoT and M2M industry events to get connected? Contact us at 877-710-KORE (5673) to schedule a meeting immediately. We look forward to hearing from you!

Ready for eSIM? Take this Assessment

In the past several blogs, we’ve learned how eSIM technology will eliminate some of IoT’s most cumbersome complexities, such as unreliable device connectivity, roaming fees, and network shut-downs. If you haven’t read these eSIM primers, start here to prepare you for this blog. With a strong understanding of how eSIM works and how it’s applied, it’s time to learn how the technology might solve your specific IoT challenges. Take the readiness assessment below to determine if a Natively Connected, Future Proof, or Auto Provisioning use case will best meet your technical and business needs.

Which eSIM Strategy will Reinvent your IoT Program?

How can you overcome the IoT challenges of inconsistent wireless coverage, roaming fees, and network shut-downs? It’s a topic we’ve been discussing in our current eSIM technology blog series. All of the above-mentioned challenges occur because IoT devices can only connect to a single carrier and a single technology (i.e. 2G, 3G, etc.). Soon, eSIM technology will allow you to remotely switch your IoT devices to another carrier and resolve these issues.

4 Critical Questions about Network and Security Management

IoT is creating many exciting opportunities for organizations, while at the same time introducing new risks and liabilities – particularly concerning network and security management. Because IoT applications interact with the physical world, a security breach can result in injury or property damage in addition to data loss/theft. These risks are particularly high when an IoT application is used to monitor critical infrastructure.