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Washington State IoT Council Presents: Daniel Herb of Vapor.io
April 29 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Welcome to the next installment of the Washington State IoT Council webinar series featuring Daniel Herb from Vapor IO. Recently, Vapor.io raised a monster funding round ($90 million) to build something called “The Kinetic Edge.” Join us to learn about the Kinetic Edge! This is a very special series being presented in collaboration with our partners at Hackster.io.
Registration Required — We are requiring participants to register using this link on Zoom: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_N-16KQbtShC4BSb7P6rDFQ
About Daniel Herb
Daniel Herb leads product at Vapor.io and is a member of the Washington State IoT Council. He will be joining us to share on the topic of Kinetic Edge, which relates strongly to the future of 5G network infrastructure. Join us to hear a short presentation followed by general discussion.
You can connect with Daniel on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mobileci/
Vapor IO provides the industry’s first nationwide network truly solving for the edge, combining edge exchange, edge colocation and edge networking. The Kinetic Edge enables new and innovative edge-driven applications at unprecedented levels of performance, and reduces the cost requirements for CDN, cloud and network operators through its innovative capabilities.
From machine learning and edge computing to IoT security and automation, Hackster is the leading place where exploring tomorrow starts today.
About Washington State IoT Council
The Washington IoT Council advances the growth and development of the state’s IoT ecosystem by :Organizing, educating, and supporting ecosystem participants, Advocating to local governments and public institutions, Creating global branding to promote the council’s vision.
Our programming includes advocacy, original research, political activation, workforce development, educational programs, networking and business development, pre-commercial interaction with research institutions, and promotion of Washington’s long history of world leadership and achievement in technology and innovation.