Telit DevCon invites sponsors for event's third year



Telit Wireless Solutions, a leading global provider of high-quality machine-to-machine (M2M) modules, services and solutions, today announced call for sponsors for its popular developer's conference, DevCon 2013. This year's event will take place at the Marriott San Jose Hotel in San Jose, California on October 15 and Telit is making available sponsorship packages to be offered in three levels. The Platinum package includes exclusive sponsor status with top billing and visibility throughout the venue, in all promotional campaigns, printed and online along with unique keynote address opportunity. Gold and Silver sponsors receive among other benefits, premium exhibit space and co-branding leveraging the Telit DevCon logo, widely recognized by integrators and developers in the M2M space. Telit DevCon is a one-day, two-track event delivering high value to technical and business audiences alike, allowing engineers and executives the opportunity to gain first-hand insight into new and time-saving development tools and techniques as well as business trends and opportunities in the dynamic space of M2M technology integration. The aim of DevCon is to promote an exchange of information, ideas, experiences and best practices to help developers and integrators successfully launch M2M applications faster and at lower costs, bringing more value to their customers. The event takes place on the eve of opening day for MobileCON, an event powered by CTIA for the connected application development community. In 2012, Telit DevCon drew nearly 200 M2M business leaders, technology integrators, analysts, and experts who joined the conference to share their knowledge, insights and ideas on M2M and solutions based on Telit technology. Telit DevCon 2013 will continue building on the event's success expanding the reach and market for connected applications. "M2M is a developer's networking event. Whether integrators are designing applications from scratch or adding cellular or short-range connectivity, or location awareness to existing devices, engineers will learn about what is propelling the industry forward," said Mike Ueland, senior vice president and general manager, Telit Wireless Solutions - North America. "Sponsoring DevCon is a great opportunity for companies in and around the M2M value chain to connect directly with this growing community and leverage the reputation of Telit and other sponsors. We want to thank the support of all our previous sponsors." Telit