Ingram Micro’s participation at IoT World underscores its extensive commitment to the IoT market.
On April 6, hundreds of IT professionals and members of the press will convene at the San Jose Convention Center in San Jose, Calif., for IoT World. This is the largest event in North America focused on the internet of things—a showcase of today’s most innovative IoT technologies, strategies and case studies.
For four days, participants will have the opportunity to interact with more than 12,000 leaders and innovators from across the IoT community. The conference agenda includes keynote addresses, technology tracks, and breakout sessions covering industry and consumer verticals, as well as an expo featuring the latest technology solutions from more than 400 established vendors and startups.
Will we see you there?
Ingram Micro is a sponsor of the event and will have a major presence, including a booth highlighting working solutions from vendor partners across multiple verticals. The Ingram Micro IoT team will also hold a panel discussion and take part in multiple other panels.
Ingram Micro’s participation at IoT World underscores our extensive commitment to the IoT market. We’ve made it a key priority to be the IoT-enablement partner for solution providers looking to build an IoT practice. From hardware and software to connectivity and services, we provide all the elements and resources to ensure a smooth path to success. Unlike other distributors that merely offer components, Ingram Micro takes a holistic approach to the IoT market. We focus on specific business problems and outcomes—helping our reseller partners achieve the goals their customers are looking for by implementing IoT solutions.
We see the vast potential that the internet of things has to offer in every industry, and we want our partners to have the resources they need to make the most of the market opportunities.
We look forward to seeing you at IoT World in San Jose, and hope you’ll visit our booth (#723) and attend our panel discussion.
Eric Hembree is Ingram Micro’s director of IoT.
This guest blog is part of a Channel Futures sponsorship.
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