According to Horn, fees for CoreKinect services procured through Ingram will vary based on the complexity and size of the project. “Pricing is on a product by product basis and is very competitive,” he says.
Though up and running in the U.S. scarcely more than a year, Ingram’s IoT practice has made rapid progress in a short time. Key milestones include the launch of an online marketplace with a wide selection of products, kits, and complete IoT solutions in March and the introduction of both training resources and a wide range of professional services.
Ingram announced a pact to market, sell, and support Microsoft’s HoloLens 2 mixed reality goggles on Monday.