Global cellular service with multi-network redundancy, designed for your IoT devices.
Your team’s collaborative workspace for managing your entire deployment.
A secure, hardware-agnostic IoT SIM card and eSIM chip built for M2M data.
An eUICC platform that future proofs your deployments with over-the-air network updates.
Everything you need to know about how IoT is pushing the manufacturing industry forward.
IoT architecture can be complicated to explain. We break it down so you can easily understand and implement
Want to know how IoT and blockchain can work together? We have all of the answers you need.
SIM cards have evolved quite a bit since they were created and are not all the same. Here’s a breakdown of the different types of SIM cards out there today.
Learn how to set up and optimize your IoT device for eUICC, with tips on using eUICC to future-proof your IoT deployment.
From free-roaming robot to smart shelves, IoT technology is impacting how customers shop at retail stores today.
Spotlight on Hologram’s Chief of Staff, Flavia Logsdon
Learn why IoT drones need reliable connectivity to unite their hardware and software for new missions that reach remote areas and achieve lofty goals.
Learn how Internet of Things (IoT) wearables use reliable connectivity to change behaviors, create communities, and even save lives.
These applications of IoT for healthcare are changing the industry in many ways. Learn how IoT is being used and where it’s headed for healthcare.
Hologram’s philosophy on remote work honors the core value of transparency. Here’s a snapshot of what that means for onboarding new employees remotely.
At Hologram, remote work is here to stay. To help us grow and achieve a thriving remote workforce, we’ve tapped Buffer veteran Courtney Seiter to join us.
Micromobility is disrupting urban transportation and commuting. Learn how it has emerged so quickly and what the future holds.
Smart factories are disrupting the manufacturing industry. Learn how they work and what the future holds for key industries.
Rich Knapp will join our team as vice president of partnerships.
What are self-driving cars and how do they work? Let’s take a closer look at the technology that’s enabling vehicle autonomy.
Find out how the ten most common IoT sensors are transforming daily life — and how cellular technology helps manage all that data.
Hologram Sales VP Kevin Baumgart finds motivation in how customers use cellular connectivity — and in the cold waves of Lake Michigan
We’re honored to announce that our Hologram Hyper platform is one of the winners of the 19th annual Chicago Innovation Awards.
Having customers is good. Watching customers succeed is great. At Hologram, we’re committed to making our products work for you.
What is industrial IoT and how is it different from consumer IoT? Here’s our guide to the world of IIoT.
Increased demand for IoT connectivity is no surprise. But here's how Hologram is partnering with innovative companies to solve societal issues.
Hologram's CEO and cofounder, Ben Forgan, caught up with Harvard Business Review to share his insight on how robotics and AI can impact the retail business.
Hologram values diversity and inclusion — not only as a practice, but as a key to success.
Looking for the right IoT security solution? Here’s our roundup of products and services.
Hologram’s employment contracts include unlimited paid time off, unlimited Kindle books, and a unique approach to retaining talent.
A quick guide to M2M SIMs and what makes them different from conventional SIMs.
What are SIM form factors and what’s the difference between the various sizes? Here’s a quick overview.
Hologram founders Ben Forgan and Pat Wilbur have insisted their company first be organized around three core values: equity, transparency, and mindfulness.
Looking for an IoT asset tracking system? Here's our roundup of the best options.
Learn how cellular technology has allowed beekeepers to monitor their hives more meticulously, and collect data they didn’t even know existed.
What are the benefits of LPWAN, how does it work and what are uses cases? Hologram breaks down LPWAN for large-scale IoT deployments.
Computer vision is an incredibly fast growing field, and recent developments have made it possible to quickly start experimenting.
Jared Wolff is a volunteer firefighter building a new open-source hardware board for tracking everything from air quality to where you parked your bicycle.
IoT sensors and devices generate tremendous amounts of data, and businesses are using analytics to interpret it.
Reflecting on a year with the Stellar Design System, what we've learned, and where we plan on going.
PHP isn't the outdated, clunky language you may think it is. Here's why we find PHP to be useful and a great fit for our needs.
An IoT gateway functions much as its name suggests—as a doorway connecting IoT sensors in the field to the wider network.
See how our head of product lead the development of our latest feature, Hologram Hyper.
If you’ve decided eUICC is a good option for your existing or upcoming IoT device deployment, what should you do next?
Hyper helps organizations scale faster by providing over-the-air, updatable access to Hologram's full portfolio of connectivity partners.
How can an eUICC SIM simplify your IoT deployment?
Organizations across every sector are deploying connected devices to collect and analyze data.
This founder is making her own kind of music — and helping others do the same.
An overview of eUICC technology basics
To celebrate Pride this year, we’re highlighting amazing members of the LGBTQ+ community who are impacting IoT, telecommunications, and technology
This founder is focused on doing right — by her team, her customers, and her community.
The founder of ReMaskD is using AI to design comfortable, custom-fitted PPE for frontline workers.
This foodie in Austin is helping finance new culinary entrepreneurs, using tech to dig deeper than a credit score.
This Navy vet manages engineering at CareMessage, a nonprofit mobile tech company who’s improving health care for underserved communities.
Seamlessly follow a product from origin to destination with end-to-end tracking
A straightforward way to prototype an agricultural technology products from generally available components.
Sustainable power for continuous data communication
Conradie’s Virtual Herder prototype currently monitors one herd of sheep and only alerts the farmer to movement.
Today’s health technology is all about communication.
Big claims are being made about the efficacy and possibilities of eSIM.
As cellular networks prepare to roll out 5G, they are continuing to shut down older systems.
So far, there are no official standards or oversights to assure security best practices.
Benefits, limitations, and a detailed look at these three standards.
It’s important to understand what these products are capable of so you can match one with your organization’s specific needs.
As drone traffic increases, the FAA wants to begin tracking drones are they fly, just like airplanes and heliocopters.
Unpacking these cryptic numbers and using them effectively
Monitoring, alerts, and collaboration for your entire IoT organization
We cover the best cellular IoT development boards and shields available in 2021.
How teams manage IoT connectivity together
How drones could shake up the home delivery market
Using the Hologram platform to communicate with your devices.
A look at private and public APNs, their differences, and to choose what you need.
Highlighting the benefits of LTE-M and NB-IoT, plus a look at the future of 5G.
A look at how eSIM and eUICC can impact your IoT fleet.
The ICCID is a globally unique serial number—a one-of-a-kind signature that identifies the SIM card itself.
Smart agriculture uses Internet of Things (IoT) solutions for more efficient and productive farming.
From construction to mining to manufacturing, the Internet of Things offers industries new ways to improve their processes to be safer and more efficient.
Hologram powers fleet tracking and visibility platform to grow from local to global
Hologram helps edge gateway provider, Rigado, reduce total cost of IoT ownership.
Cowboy launches next generation electric bikes powered by Hologram
With Sensor-Based Feedback Loops, Arable Empowers Agribusinesses in 14+ Countries to Handle Environmental Uncertainty
When Paso Pacifico wanted to save baby turtles from poachers, they chose Hologram to stay connected across North and Central America.
Internally, we've launched a new design system named Stellar.
The new Hologram dashboard has revamped views and features for every member of your IoT team.
Learn how Frost Control Systems use Hologram to provide near real-time end-to-end road monitoring services for local government municipalities.
Preflight is a new patent-pending dashboard feature tailored for enterprise customers that require a streamlined SIM lifecycle management.
New Global Distribution Partners for Hologram Cellular IoT Connectivity
Today, we announce the release of an open-source and open-protocol project, called Magic.
The Nova LTE Now Shipping and Why 4G LTE-M NB-IoT is the Future of Cellular IoT.
Today, Hologram announced the pre-order for the next version of our Nova platform, a global LTE-M & NB-IoT Nova.
Let's take a look at a real world example of self-driving vehicles and a set of companies deploying autonomous fleets in the near future.
Below is a comparison of the most promising decentralized networks for IoT that can be used or are accepting alpha/beta testers today.
Anyone in America importing Chinese electronic components may experience a 25% price increase. The jump comes from a new U.S. import tariff.
Scooters companies are built on “disposable” hardware front ends and are truly software companies.
Hologram is the first to offer a cellular SLA in North America and the only provider that offers global coverage for the new 4G M1 and NB standards.
Hologram's new and improved plans and pricing
We created a Hologram Compatible Hardware list to showcase the fastest ways to get started on the Hologram network, no hardware knowledge required.
Even a widely accessible network requires getting third party devices hooked in and transmitting properly.
When planning your own migration strategy, think long term. Upgrading from 2G to 3G right now is a viable strategy.
If you can better monitor and subsequently optimize a delivery or an industrial process, the handling time and cost drops.
The hot new thing in the market (and really not that new) is the eSIM.
A contest where we let the Hackster community do what they do best, hack!