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As the worldwide battle against COVID-19 continues, it has been humbling to witness the individual courage of medical practitioners, first responders, and essential workers; the unprecedented efforts taken by world governments to protect their citizens; the public spirit of corporations shifting manufacturing resources to critical supplies, and the shared commitment of everyday people sheltering in place to flatten the curve.

Our thoughts go out to all who are currently fighting the virus and to the families who have lost loved ones. …


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As expected, a lot of attention goes into launching a new fleet of devices into the field, but from there, the hours, weeks, months, and years of device management that follow are what determine success. Ensuring each team in an organization has access to the right tools and information makes a difference in day to day operations and when issues arise.

From the start, Hologram has focused on helping teams of all sizes manage successful cellular deployments at scale and is honored to have been part of some of the fastest growing products used by millions each day.

One of these efforts was the recent launch of our Preflight capability. Preflight decreases the time and coordination required between operations and manufacturing teams deploying new cellular IoT devices. Since its launch two months ago, Preflight has been used to onboard hundreds of thousands of devices in numerous deployments spanning the globe. …


When we founded our company, Hologram set forth with the belief that the world needs a more intuitive way to access the Internet using open protocols. Our vision continues on today, and holds true for humans as well as machines; that’s why we’ve spent the last fives years innovating in the access, data, and API layers of networks, making it easier, seamless, and more efficient to connect through various cellular networks around the world.

Today, we announce the release of an open-source and open-protocol project, called Magic, to share our experiences and begin an open conversation around access control standardization because secure, intuitive, and seamless Internet access is not just a problem for cellular networks, but for all networks. …

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