Morpho to sponsor Internet of Things (IoT) forum in Silicon Valley about Mobile Device Mayhem (MDM)

Watches, cars, alarms, smart grids: more and more objects are being embedded with sensors and gaining the ability to communicate – the “Internet of Things” (IoT) is now a reality. Billions of connected objects will be deployed everywhere on the planet over the coming years. This creates a real challenge for mobile network operators and OEMs who want to enable their services with the right connectivity at the right quality and cost, whatever the objects’ operational destination. It also brings a lot of questions: What solutions will industry deliver for IoT MDM? Will the IoT industry have platforms emerge as mobile did? Will we see multiple winners in each sector (connected car, smarthome, health…)? Will consumers outsource device management? Who is well positioned to dominate? How do we differentiate between industry, enterprise, and consumer MDM? Do the devices overlap work and play as they do in mobile phones?

To discuss these interesting questions and get answers and solutions, please join us on February 4 as we sponsor the Telecom Council of Silicon Valley’s IoT Forum: Mobile Device Mayhem (MDM). Representatives from Morpho will be on hand to showcase and discuss our IoT solution portfolio, which includes next generation SIM cards and services, embedded security and digital ID and biometrics.

The event will be held at the Allied Arts Guild, 75 Arbor Rd., Menlo Park, California, USA. To contact us prior to the event, or find out more about our IoT solutions please email us. For registration and more information about the Telecom Council of Silicon Valley please click here.


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