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By Allegra • August 14, 2019

INET to Exhibit at OilComm 2019

Infrastructure Networks (INET) will attend and exhibit at OilComm 2019, October 2-3, at the Houston Marriott Westchase.  INET will be located at booth #215 at the annual conference and expo, which brings together , 1,000+ industry professionals in big data, automation, cybersecurity, and machine learning. 

INET’s mission is to be the leading Wireless-Infrastructure-as-a-Service platform and solutions provider for the ‘Industrial Internet of Things’ economy, enabling automation, analytics, robotics, AI and SCADA in a standards-based, globally-scalable, cloud platform.

If you’re in the energy industry and want to know how you can connect using new connectivity solutions, visit INET at booth #215 and learn about our communications services.

Click here for more information about our participation in OilComm 2019 conference and exposition.

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