Here’s where you’ll see us soon:

Cisco Live (San Francisco, May 19-23):  A proprietary Cisco event for customers, partners, and resellers.  Intel corporate will have a strong IoT presence in the exhibit hall that includes a number of business groups including McAfee, Wind River, ISD, and 3SO to bring together both product and solution expertise.

PhoCusWright Europe (Dublin, May 19-21) - The inaugural European leg of the vertical industry campaign we kicked off last quarter in North America.  Leading with the Mashery brand, ISD presence includes a booth focused on immediate opportunities with travel industry prospects in addition to a workshop on API Management – for suppliers, users, and aggregators alike.

GlueCon (Broomfield, Colorado, May 21-22) - A familiar event in the industry that is technically oriented and targeted to developers focused on mobile apps, APIs, and big data.  We’ll have booth presence with our event sponsorship, and you’ll see Rob Zazueta, director of Platform Strategy, on the main stage presenting, “Taming the RESTed NARWHL – Striking Balance Between Usability and Zealotry in REST” on May 22, 10:00-10:30 a.m. To find out more about his session tune-in to the upcoming Twitter Chat May 14 at 11:00am.

Solid Conference (San Francisco, May 21-22) - A new O’Reilly show in SF focused on IoT – specifically on the intersection of hardware and software.  Includes the Acme Lighting IoT demo along with three key customer win demos that highlight our value propositions around partner ecosystem management and brand expansion (Beats), innovative new business models (Brivo), and finding new revenue from corporate assets (Carvoyant).

HxRefactored (Brooklyn, May 13-14)HxRefactored is a revolutionary design and technology conference that attracts designers, developers and leaders in healthcare. Chuck Freedman, Professional Services, will be speaking on May 14 at 3:30pm.  His presentation is titled, ”Finding a healthy match: Innovate with the Right Platform” and is about leading the healthcare revolution with a strategic API program.

Introduction to Beacons: What are they and how do they work? (Seattle, May 28)MakerHaus, an incubator for innovation and possibility is hosting a session on Beacons that will be delivered by our very own IOT developer evangelistRex St. John on May 28, 6.30pm at Beacons are currently being installed in thousands of retail locations, yet no one seems to know exactly what they are. Rex will introduce beacons and talk about how they work and what their uses are.

Watch for more information and reporting on key events!