Spur Measurable IoT Growth through Viasat's ELEVATE Program - Registration for its ELEVATE Global Partner Event is Now Open!


Good afternoon, readers.

Take a quick seat, y’all. We’ve got big Internet of Things news to cover.

As we know – I myself have iterated this many, many times on IoT Evolution World, Industrial IoT News and many other of our affiliated sites – connectivity is the undeniable lifeblood of IoT. Finding empoweringly and sustainably better ways to connect people, businesses and their communities is a must in the hyperconnected world in which we live; as global high-speed communications provider Viasat themselves have described it, “There is no ultimate ‘end point’ when this is how you approach the work you do. There’s simply always a better way, and we’re here to find it.”

And today, it’s Viasat-centric news we need to share.

Readers, the Viasat ELEVATE global partner event is a fast-approaching IoT must-attend!

Here’s the scoop:

From Tuesday to Wednesday, June 18-19 at the official campus of Viasat’s corporate headquarters in Carlsbad, California, partners looking to leverage the best from Viasat and its stellar global presence will be able to kick precisely that into motion.

ELEVATE, in addition to this global partner event, is also the name of Viasat’s partner growth program that supports businesses with game-changing satellite connectivity integrations for their IoT solutions. This is combined with a partner ecosystem providing access to new capabilities, and an online marketplace. The ELEVATE program has been specifically designed for business teams looking to experience satellite IoT (satIoT) connectivity capabilities, so they can philosophically (and literally, i.e. up high with satellite technology) elevate their capabilities and access new markets and the opportunities therein.

So, back to the ELEVATE global partner event. Businesses in sectors including electrical utilities, agriculture, transportation and logistics, mining, oil and gas and plenty of others will directly benefit from the event’s speakers, detailed presentations, live demos and much more. This includes:

  • Enterprise and Land Mobile (ELM) market insights
  • Viasat’s plans in relation to direct-to-device technology
  • Information relating to the ELM product portfolio update
  • ELEVATE program overview covering how the program can support businesses and help with long-term growth ambitions
  • Panel discussions and networking blocks for partners

As Viasat has described, “We’re always looking to work with ambitious partners looking to grow their business, market awareness and revenues.” This program (and the ELEVATE global partner event, at large) provides partners with the proper business guidance, marketing support, commercial frameworks and technical support on testing and integrating easy-to-use solutions.

For more ELEVATE-centric information, we highly recommend reading here.

And in the meantime, whether you’re in business development, IT or OT, engineering, product and project management or purchasing – you name it – those interested should register by clicking this link.

Edited by Alex Passett
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