Global connectivity provider, Eseye, is Revolutionizing IoT (RIoT) and has chosen Austin, TX for its U.S. headquarters. Specializing in Managed Connectivity, In-field service & Maintenance solutions, and Data Visualization, Eseye has close to 1 Million connected devices in homes, enterprises and cities which are Intelligently Connected ™ in over 116 countries with over 440 Mobile Network Operators via their Anynet™ SIM card – the world’s first true multi-IMSI SIM card with more route paths to global end points than any other provider or carrier globally.
When asked about choosing Austin for its new offices, Eseye’s GM Americas, Damian McCabe, said, “Having become one of the most important Tech hubs in America, Austin gives Eseye access to talent, capital, startup energy and some of the world’s largest enterprises.” That, coupled with roughly a billion dollars in start-up funding, and half a billion dollars worth of exits per year, Austin is the perfect place for Eseye to continue its growth.
Earlier this year, Eseye sent out a press release about its global growth strategy for IoT where CEO, Julian Hardy, said, “The ability to remove the complexities of IoT for our customers, no matter where they are in the world, is essential. We normalize the behavior and cost of IoT devices the world over, thus simplifying IoT and making it much easier for customers, removing barriers and unlocking potential for IoT success.” By moving its US headquarters to Austin, Eseye expands its global reach even further—and, at the same time, further establishes IoT’s presence in Texas.
To contact Eseye for more information about how you can join the RIoT, message them at email@example.com
6500 River Place Blvd.
Bldg. 7, Ste. 250
Austin, TX 78730
Established in 2007, Eseye is a leading provider of global cellular internet connectivity for IoT devices, delivering Machine-to-Machine (M2M) solutions to businesses serving key areas of connected home, connected enterprises and connected cities. With headquarters in Europe, and offices in North America, Australia, Africa and Asia, the company designs and develops innovative, long-life solutions focused on real business outcomes, while offering a ubiquitous connectivity layer and unparalleled lifetime service and support. Eseye covers a large global footprint, counting managed connectivity customers in 116 countries, and continues to deliver the most robust and reliable worldwide network for the Internet of Things.
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