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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!

Preparing for the Largest, Global Mobility Event: Mobile World Congress Barcelona

Mobile World Congress Barcelona, the largest mobile event in the world, is bringing industry leaders together to share their latest innovations and emerging technologies, participate in world-class conference programs featuring mobile leaders and visionaries, and learn from seminars and summits hosted by GSMA. The theme for this year’s event has appropriately been appointed as “Intelligent Connectivity”, focusing on the relationship among powerful technologies such as flexible, high-speed networks, IoT, AI, and big data – a mix that promises to yield compelling insights.

3 Emerging Opportunities for Healthcare IoT

IoT is rapidly revolutionizing the healthcare industry, creating efficiencies, bringing new innovations to market, and ultimately improving patient outcomes. Research from Accenture Consulting reports that 73 percent of healthcare executives believe IoT will be “disruptive” within three years. However, only 49 percent of healthcare executives state that their leaders completely understand what the IoT means for the industry.

What Does eSIM Mean for My Business? Unlocking the Hidden Value of eSIM Technologies

As IoT has exploded over the past decade, organizations have traditionally relied on cellular connectivity delivered via SIM (Subscriber Identity Module) cards for their IoT deployments. These SIM cards contain unique information that identifies the IoT device to a specific carrier to facilitate connectivity and data transfer. However, legacy SIM cards can only support one carrier profile at a time, locking businesses into a single carrier network and technology. This makes it highly inefficient and expensive to change carriers, upgrade to new cellular technologies, or manage complex global deployments.