Showcasing what’s now possible with IoT, AI and MR technology

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We’ve been hearing about the potential for several years now—how the internet of things (IoT), artificial intelligence (AI) and mixed reality (MR) will deliver a smarter and more connected world. And we’ve been waiting for the technology to catch up to the hype.

Ingram Micro is pleased to announce that the technology is here. And to showcase its vast and exciting potential, we’re holding our inaugural IoT Summit, Sept. 4–5, at the Marriott Irvine Spectrum in Irvine, Calif. The event represents a significant milestone for the industry and for us—in keeping with our commitment to accelerate the distribution and adoption of secure-by-design IoT solutions to drive digital transformation and address real-world business challenges.

Attendees will have the opportunity to see and experience firsthand a broad range of technology in action, including more than 30 IoT offerings spanning seven vertical markets, market-ready starter kits and best-of-breed IoT components. We’ve also lined up an impressive roster of keynote speakers and presenters from Ingram Micro, as well as Cisco, Microsoft, Verizon and other industry powerhouses.

The event will begin with a welcome reception on Sept. 4, followed by a full day of knowledge sharing and edutainment on Sept. 5. We want our channel partners to walk away from the IoT Summit inspired and enabled to establish and grow a successful IoT practice. IoT has become one of the channel’s must-have technology practices, and a growing opportunity for the entire channel system.

Offered at no charge to select channel partners

As part of Ingram Micro’s continued investment in IoT, we’re offering the event free of charge to select channel partners. Channel partners can register for Ingram Micro IoT Summit 2019 here. To learn more about the event, visit or contact [email protected].

I look forward to welcoming you to what promises to be an exciting and worthwhile event.

Eric Hembree is director of IoT for the U.S. at Ingram Micro.

This guest blog is part of a Channel Futures sponsorship.

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