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Kore & Laird Connect with Wireless IoT Coup

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The Internet of Things (IoT) covers a wide spectrum of solutions, from the farm to the factory floor; blossoming enterprise bottom-lines, to public interest. Regardless of use case, adoption is on the rise, and some are calling this the decade of IoT.

Today, Kore Wireless  and Laird Connectivity announced a new partnership to provide wireless IoT sensors, gateways and services capable of delivering connectivity to remote and difficult to connect locations.

"Organizations around the world are moving into what we call the decade of IoT," noted KORE president and CEO Romil Bahl. "More IoT devices will be connected over the next ten years than at any other time in history. As a result, 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."

The pairing puts forth a formidable solution set, bringing together Kore’s IoT management capabilities with Laird’s portfolio of low-power cellular and LoRaWAN connected IoT devices that offer out-of-the-box integration an onramp to a complete device-to-cloud solution regardless of environment. In tandem, the duo delivers return on IoT investment as organizations work to realize the vision of IoT.  

Matt Lubeley, director of Business Development, IoT Sales at Laird Connectivity explained, "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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Edited by Maurice Nagle
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