Hologram is a cellular platform designed for the Internet of Things. Thousands of connectivity teams rely on Hologram to keep their fleets connected around the world — from Burbank to Brisbane. Hologram was founded in 2014 by Benjamin Forgan and Patrick Wilbur. Inspired by the connectivity challenges affecting food delivery startups in Singapore, Hologram's co-founders focused their efforts on removing the red tape preventing fast-growing IoT teams from launching cellular equipped fleets around the world. What started as a Kickstarter, under Hologram's old name, Konekt, has blossomed into the de facto networks IoT teams use to launch their products. In the years since Hologram was founded, the company has been a partner to leading technology pioneers around the world. Hologram made it possible for the rapid growth of micromobility vehicles like e-scooters. Hologram kept self-driving cars connected and on the road. Hologram helped drones deliver medicine to remote communities and kept vital health devices online across six continents. The future will have billions of more devices connected to the internet. Hologram is focused on being the operating system for global connectivity.
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