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Packetworx Inc. to host Internet of Things Conference 2023 in Pasay City

The company is a pioneer in IoT solutions in the Philippines.

The Internet of Things (IoT) is changing the world, and Packetworx Inc. is leading the way. The company, a pioneer in IoT solutions in the Philippines, will host the Internet of Things Conference 2023 from June 26 to June 28 at the World Trade Center in Pasay City.

The conference will bring together more than 3,000 participants from various sectors, including industry leaders, professionals, students, NGOs, and government officials. They will learn from global experts, exchange ideas, and showcase their IoT innovations.

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The event will also mark the end of the National ICT Month of the Philippines in June, which is organized by the Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT). The conference will highlight the importance of IoT adoption in the country and its impact on various industries and social issues.

Packetworx Inc. has been at the forefront of IoT development in the Philippines since its inception. The company has partnered with LGUs, NGOs, schools, universities, and academic communities to provide them with IoT tools and kits. The company also organizes packetHACKS, a hackathon that challenges participants to create IoT solutions for real-world problems.

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The Internet of Things Conference 2023 is a rare opportunity for anyone interested in IoT technology to learn from the best and network with like-minded people. Packetworx Inc. invites everyone to join them in this exciting event and be part of the IoT future for the Philippines.

To register for the conference or learn more about it, please visit https://iotconference.ph.

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