Date: December 12, 2023
Time: 11:00 AM ET / 10:00 AM CT / 8:00 AM PT
Sponsored by: Avnet
Duration: 1 Hour
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IoTConnect® is the fastest and most scalable way to securely connect your connected products to the cloud. Avnet has partnered with Amazon Web Services to offer IoTConnect, powered by AWS.
Avnet is working with the industry’s leading semiconductor vendors to enable IoTConnect to work with the most advanced, powerful, and fully-featured microcontrollers available today. It is now easier to experience, firsthand, how IoT connectivity can take your product to the next level. Avnet’s engineers have created a variety of guides to quickly demonstrate IoTConnect and get users up, running and cloud-connected in minutes, all on the latest IoT development kits and evaluation boards from our supplier partners.
This webinar will explain:
- What is IoTConnect
- How IoTConnect enables you to save money, reduce time-to-market, and simplify your journey to connect to the cloud
- Where to go to get started immediately – get a dev kit, access a free trial or try a Quick Start!
Keaton Andersen | Sr Manager, Customer Solutions | Avnet
Keaton Andersen is a Senior Manager of Customer Solutions at Avnet. His responsibilities include overseeing the deployment manager and content creation for IoTConnect. With a decade of experience in providing engineering support for various customer projects, Keaton is dedicated to finding practical solutions for complex challenges. He has a bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from Colorado State University.
Steven Dettloff | IoT Solutions Manager | Avnet
Steven Dettloff is Avnet's IoT Solutions Manager responsible for global enablement of supplier/partner products on Avnet's IoTConnect platform. Previously, Steven developed and deployed end-to-end connected IoT solutions for OEMs, System Integrators and VARs as an IoT Solutions Architect. Steven also comes from a decade long product development background having led multiple technology teams in the automotive industry. He holds a BS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Michigan.