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Webinar: Making Strategic Hardware Choices in a Saturated IoT Module Market

By Ken Briodagh July 12, 2017

Choosing a hardware suite for a new, cellular-based IoT can be a challenge. There are hundreds of different modules, designs, specifications and standards from which to choose, and an ecosystem of vendors and developers that all claim to be “best in class” and industry-leading.”

If you trying to make sense of all the different hardware choices for your cellular-based IoT solution, an upcoming webinar entitled “Embedded Modules to Gateways: Choosing the Right Cellular Technology for IoT Deployments” might be a key helper in making the right strategic decision for your company.

It will answer questions like: When should you consider an embedded module design? When is it best to use a pre-certified modem or LTE gateway? How do you truly measure ROI as you navigate through product selection, design/implementation, and in some cases, carrier certification?

The industry experts speaking in this webinar will explore the cellular-based hardware selection process from both a technical and business perspective. It is sponsored by IoT Evolution, GetWireless and Sierra Wireless and is set for Thursday, August 03, 2017 at 1:00 p.m. Eastern/ 10:00 a.m Pacific. To register for the free session, click here.

What attendees can expect:

A comparison of features and functionality in embedded modules, pre-certified modems, and LTE gateways.

The design and certification process for each option.

Expectations on costs and time-to-market.

How to measure ROI (Return on Investment) for IoT solutions.

Active customer's technology and design choices.

Who should attend:

System Integrators

OEMs

Solution Providers

Engineers

Cellular Operators

Presenters:
Brian Taney
CEO, and Co-Founder
GetWireless

Craig Linder
Director of Product Management
GetWireless

Armen Tsouroukdissian
Technical Sales Director
Sierra Wireless

Moderator:
Carl Ford
CEO and Co-Founder
Crossfire Media

Register now.




Edited by Ken Briodagh

Editorial Director

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