Hologram

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Hologram (formerly known as Konekt) is a company providing a cellular platform for the internet of things. The platform allows using its cloud-friendly cellular network to connect devices to the internet, interact with the device, as well as route incoming and outgoing messages. Additionally, the company offers a dashboard, APIs, integrations, and supported hardware to help users connect and manage smart devices.
TypePrivate
Founded2014
HQChicago, IL, US
Websitehologram.io
Employee Ratings5

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Employees (est.) (Nov 2021)142(+9%)
Job Openings21
Cybersecurity ratingBMore
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Key People/Management at Hologram

Ben Forgan

Ben Forgan

Founder & CEO
Pat Wilbur

Pat Wilbur

Co-Founder & CTO
Derrick Wolbert

Derrick Wolbert

VP Revenue
Annie Rosen

Annie Rosen

CFO
Mike Georgoff

Mike Georgoff

CPO
Trevor Austin

Trevor Austin

VP Engineering
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Hologram Office Locations

Hologram has offices in Chicago and San Francisco
Chicago, IL, US (HQ)
1 N LaSalle St
Chicago, IL, US
2045 W Grand Ave., Ste. B
San Francisco, CA, US
215 2nd St, San Francisco
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Hologram Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2014

Hologram total Funding

$71.1 m

Hologram latest funding size

$65 m

Time since last funding

4 months ago

Hologram investors

Hologram's latest funding round in August 2021 was reported to be $65 m. In total, Hologram has raised $71.1 m
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Hologram Cybersecurity Score

Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

B

81/100

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Hologram Online and Social Media Presence

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Hologram Blogs

Where’s the Beef? And My New T-shirt? And Everything I Ordered Last Night?

Thirteen-year-old Rose has spent most of the quarantine hanging out in her small bedroom, located in the corner of her family’s small house in a small Florida suburb. But her world has been quite big, thanks to the internet, and in between visiting with her online pal in Africa and making Tik Toks, …

Is That Mold on Your Cheese, or the Future of Renewable Energy?

The best Steven Spielberg movie you’ve never heard of might be Innerspace, a goofball science fiction flick released in 1987. It’s about a swashbuckling military pilot named Tuck Pendleton (Dennis Quaid) who volunteers to become miniaturized for the sake of science. The plan is for him to become so …

How to Save Sheep with Cellular IoT

Making Agtech Accessible Many IoT developers have strengths in hardware, networking, or software.  What we believe makes IoT applications especially difficult to bring to market is the cross-functional team effort required.  Building expertise in all three aspects of technology isn’t an easy task fo…

Counting Sheep (and Protecting Them from the Mob)

The South African town of Heidelberg sits anchored by the Duiwenhoks River and in the shadow of the Langeberg mountains, which look famously purple at sunset.  It has historically been a farming community, but modernity has morphed it into an artist retreat –  a slow, quiet anecdote to busy nearby J…

What Does an IoT Deployment Look Like with eSIM?

The hardware eSIM, along with eUICC software, is changing the way organizations approach device deployments. Rather than a removable component, the eSIM is embedded in the device and the eUICC allows network operators to send SIM profiles over the air (OTA)—without needing physical access to the dev…

What’s the 3G Sunset and How Will It Affect Existing IoT Deployments?

What is the 3G Sunset? As cellular networks prepare to roll out 5G, they are continuing to shut down older systems. Many providers have already retired 2G, and 3G networks are next on the list. The 3G sunset will allow network operators to create space in the radio spectrum for newer, faster technol…
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Hologram Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Hologram founded?

    Hologram was founded in 2014.

  • Who are Hologram key executives?

    Hologram's key executives are Ben Forgan, Pat Wilbur and Derrick Wolbert.

  • How many employees does Hologram have?

    Hologram has 142 employees.

  • Who are Hologram competitors?

    Competitors of Hologram include Aeris, ORBCOMM and Aclara.

  • Where is Hologram headquarters?

    Hologram headquarters is located at 1 N LaSalle St, Chicago.

  • Where are Hologram offices?

    Hologram has offices in Chicago and San Francisco.

  • How many offices does Hologram have?

    Hologram has 3 offices.