Break-through Tech and Free Tickets for the AnyNet Secure™ UK launch

19/01/2017

Eseye are launching a whole raft of new cost and risk business benefits with the new AWS AnyNet Secure SIM at the IoT Tech Expo at Olympia in London, on Mon 23rd– Tues 24th January next week.

We are exhibiting and speaking, and are pleased to offer complimentary tickets to the event, to get your free ticket simply subscribe to this blog and we will email you the details. (If you already subscribe email marketing@eseye.com for details).

Nick McNamara, Eseye’s VP Sales Europe is presenting at 3pm on Tuesday 24th. Nick will provide a headline briefing on the unique, break-through, features of the AnyNet Secure, within the context of heightened concerns over IoT security. He’ll also uncover details of the conversation with the Amazon tech team that sparked the development of this new AWS Cloud Services integrated security offering.

To meet the Eseye team of Nick, Rod and Marco for a conversation about the AnyNet Secure or other IoT connectivity solutions please visit us at stand 196, or email sales@eseye.com to book a convenient time. Go on, get the ticket and have a day out!

By way of an update, Eseye’s CTO Ian Marsden was interviewed recently by AWS on the AnyNet Secure’s zero touch provisioning and certification features. To view the conversation please follow https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GiztUkDnss4&t For more information on the AnyNet Secure product see www.anynetsecure.com

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