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INSG earnings call for the period ending June 30, 2021.

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Inseego Corp (INSG 2.27%)
Q2 2021 Earnings Call
Aug 4, 2021, 5:00 p.m. ET

Contents:

  • Prepared Remarks
  • Questions and Answers
  • Call Participants

Prepared Remarks:

Operator

Hello, and welcome to Inseego Corp.'s Second Quarter 2021 Financial Results Conference Call. Please note, today's event is being recorded. [Operator Instructions] On the call today are Dan Mondor, Chairman and CEO; Ashish Sharma, President; Bob Barbieri, Interim Chief Financial Officer and other members of the management team. During this call, non-GAAP financial measures will be discussed. A reconciliation to the most directly comparable GAAP financial measures is included in the earnings release, which is available on the Investors' section of the Company's website. An audio replay of this call will also be archived there. Please also be advised that today's discussion will contain forward-looking statements. These forward-looking statements are not historical facts, but rather based on the Company's current expectations and beliefs. For a discussion on factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from the expectations, please refer to the risk factors described in our Form 10-K, 10-Q and other SEC filings, which are available on our website. Please also refer to the Cautionary Note Regarding Forward-Looking Statements section contained in today's press release. I would now like to turn the call over to Dan Mondor, Chairman and CEO. Please go ahead.

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Dan Mondor -- Chairman & Chief Executive Officer

Thank you, operator, and hello, everyone. Thanks for joining the call today. I'm pleased to report a very strong second quarter for Inseego, with revenue up 14% sequentially to $65.7 million, and we approached breakeven adjusted EBITDA, both well ahead of consensus. The strength in the second quarter was driven by continued growth in the sell-through of our suite of 5G hardware and software solutions. I want to highlight an important fact. Our 5G solutions now represent almost 29% of total revenue, an increase of 182% over the second quarter of last year. These remarkable results reflect the continued overall market growth and customer adoption of Inseego 5G products. One of the core reasons we can meet our customers' growing demand for our products is our long-standing direct relationships with key component suppliers and manufacturing partners. Unlike what other players are experiencing, our business was not impacted this quarter by the global semiconductor supply shortage. That said, we believe this challenging environment will last at least through the rest of the year. We remain vigilant and have confidence that our supply chain is set up to support growth for the remainder of the year. Our rapidly growing software-as-a-service business also experienced similar strength. Excluding Ctrack South Africa, software including Ctrack rest of world, and Inseego Manage grew 49% year-over-year and subscriptions increased 10% sequentially and 139% year-over-year. More on our software initiatives will be provided from Ashish. After the close of the quarter, we successfully completed the sale of our Ctrack South Africa unit, which brought in more than $36 million to our balance sheet. This gives us the financial flexibility to meet customer 5G demand and continue to invest in our products while striving for free cash flow positive. So here we are halfway through the year, and we see great momentum in our business as we remain diligently focused on our transformation into a 5G pure-play company. Back in May, we stated the belief the second half of 2021 would be better than the first half, and we remain confident in that expectation, and here's why. First, we continue to see 4G LTE sell-through stabilize at levels higher than we had pre-pandemic.

With two more 4G U.S. carrier launches planned for this quarter, you will note that we now sell to the four largest mobile networks in the U.S. And our pipeline of opportunities with international carriers and enterprise customers continues to grow. Net-net we expect continued robust demand for our 4G LTE solutions. Second, we continue to roll out 5G product deployments with new carrier customers across the globe. The reception to both our existing and new products as well as our software platform has been fantastic. We are steadily building our fixed wireless business, and we see fixed wireless as a major contributor in the second half and 2022. Third, we continue to see strong sales of our software offering that not only adds to the top line but improves the overall value proposition of our solutions with greater stickiness, pricing power and Inseego's overall margin profile. And fourth, I'm happy to report that we're seeing a dramatic increase in engagement and pipeline for enterprise 5G fixed wireless solutions. These opportunities are being driven primarily by well-known enterprises that are increasingly looking for ways to integrate 5G into their workflows. This quarter, we've begun to see our investment in this strategy pay off. Ashish will go into more specifics on these, but I would like to highlight that there are well over 100 companies trialing and purchasing Inseego 5G solutions for primary connectivity use cases. These customers represent a wide range of verticals from the Department of Defense, federal, state and local agencies to major global logistics companies, automotive manufacturers, global airlines, retailers, utility companies and many other Fortune 1000 companies. Given what I just discussed, I'm confident that the ground has been laid for a strong second half, and I can only imagine what 2022 will look like. With that, let me turn the call over to Ashish to provide additional detail.

Ashish Sharma -- President

Thank you, Dan. For the past few years, the company has been investing in the state-of-the-art 4G, 5G and cloud solutions to form a powerful engine for business transformation and growth. As you heard from Dan, we had impressive momentum in Q2, which gives me great excitement and optimism for what's ahead. We saw customer demand across the business led by major market shifts, hybrid work, digital transformation and continued strong uptake of our subscription-based software offerings. As Dan mentioned, our 5G broadband portfolio grew 182% year-over-year in Q2 and now represents almost 29% of total revenue. And cloud software portfolio grew 49% year-over-year, which is now 20% of total revenue. Combined, these next-generation products now represent almost half of total revenue, up from 44% of our business just last quarter. Let me reiterate that because it's impressive. Our new generation of products now represents almost half of total revenue, and we are just getting started. Inseego's end-to-end portfolio is laying the foundation toward 5G controlled enterprise networks that can untether numerous applications and extend reach to areas never connected before. What an exciting time to be in the 5G space. Now let me provide details on our key businesses. Let's start with mobile broadband. We saw great growth in the quarter with this portfolio and, as Dan mentioned earlier, we see no signs of that slowing down with two more 4G launches on track for the third quarter in the U.S. Our 5G solutions are proving to be perfect for the work-from-anywhere paradigm and our carrier customers are leveraging these solutions to provide amazing broadband experiences for a variety of use cases like employee remote connectivity. This is because these solutions are capable of delivering sustained 5G performance with gigabit-plus speeds, low latency and security. Let me provide an example of a new use case. We are collaborating with a Tier one carrier in Western Europe for digital transformation.

This program is powering a wide range of innovative use cases across multiple sectors. One such use case is for mission-critical search and rescue efforts in which our 5G mobile solutions are being leveraged to greatly improve time to locate and rescue injured persons. By utilizing drones outfitted with location equipment and cameras, search and rescue teams can map unknown areas, especially areas with complex terrain before deploying a land team. Our solution is enabling real-time mapping with ultra-fast processing of massive data. Use cases like this are not possible with lower speeds and higher latency of legacy technologies. Next, let's talk about fixed wireless access. In the first half of the year, we released a series of 5G FWA products including two indoor products and two rugged outdoor products, which were certified for use in many markets globally. We also just released a new industrial 5G gateway purpose-built for vertical markets. Response has been extremely positive, and we believe 5G FWA will be a major revenue driver for us moving forward. In addition to anchor channel partners who've been quick to adopt our portfolio, we secured four product awards with operators in the U.S., Australia and the Middle East. Also note that we now have five 5G products certified by both T-Mobile and Verizon including hotspots and FWA. These new products are the primary drivers of the dramatic increase in customer engagements, and they will be instrumental in driving revenue growth in the coming quarters. Let me highlight three factors that are driving the adoption of these 5G products. First, the 5G networks continue to be rolled out at an aggressive pace, and operators are looking to quickly capitalize on this newly added network capacity. This is reinforced by the work-from-anywhere paradigm and a growing enterprise customer pool. Second, the breadth and depth of our 5G portfolio is resonating with customers. Our partners and customers tell us that Inseego products bring out the best in their networks. No other vendor has the performance of our 4G and 5G solutions. Not only are Inseego solutions fast, but they are extremely reliable and proven to deliver consistent throughput for long periods of time. And our new fixed wireless outdoor products can also sustain better connection at exceptionally long distances. In addition, our products are built with a security-first mindset with multiple layers of security built in our proprietary hard and operating system software, which is at the core of all of our devices. In this environment with ransomware and security breaches dramatically rising, everyone is coming to the realization that security is one of the killer apps for 5G. The combination of performance and security is unique to Inseego and creates a highly differentiated, competitive advantage. To put it simply, no other company empowers users to connect wirelessly with confidence like Inseego.

Third, our strategic decision last year to increase our investments in go-to-market is yielding fantastic results. I'm very pleased with our performance and momentum across all geographies, all market segments and all products. We're building a strong pipeline of 5G customer opportunities across many enterprise segments and our global markets. Allow me to now go over some of the use cases that are driving this incredible growth in user engagement for our FWA products. The work-from-anywhere shift across the board has increased the demand. When the pandemic began, business continuity or connect first was paramount and often meant that security considerations took a backseat. This created significant vulnerabilities to an enterprise's overall network security posture. Now as we come out of the pandemic, we're seeing demand extend beyond work-from-home as enterprises look to create more flexible work environments for their workforces. Our FWA portfolio is a natural choice as it improves on the already impressive capabilities of our mobile hotspots with stronger antennas, better heat dissipation that allows for 24/7 use and centralized cloud management. Another growing use case is the branch office or remote location connectivity. Whereas in the past wireless was used as a backup, the capabilities of our 5G products allow enterprises to make wireless their primary source of broadband. For example, we are working with household name retail outlets but deep inside shopping malls, a heavy equipment manufacturer wanting to implement digital PIN application at a remote location and a global airline to light up secure wireless connectivity at all their gates, just to name a few. With our record-breaking long distance connectivity capabilities, work-from-anywhere locations such as secluded industrial parks, remote logistics centers, pop-up emergency response centers and other rural and outdoor settings can be lit up with high-speed wireless access in no time.

We are seeing this in action now through trials and pilots across the globe. We're also working with the police department in one of the largest metro areas here in the United States. They're piloting an application to deploy new innovative counterterrorism tactics leveraging our Wavemaker FW2010 millimeter Wave solution to enable a secure and reliable live stream of 4K surveillance video at the edge where fiber would just not be economically feasible. Another exciting pilot leveraging our 5G FWA CPEs is the Department of Defense testbed powered by a handful of partners to demonstrate a smart warehouse for a military logistics space. A secure 5G network ensures the necessary material is ready to deploy around the world at a moment's notice. In this example, Inseego 5G solutions are enabling several applications, including autonomous vehicles for inventory management, machine learning for inventory tracking, and augmented reality for improved workforce efficiency. Again, these incredible use cases and applications were not possible before with other broadband technologies. Lastly, let me cover the progress of our software business that continues to perform well. During the first half of this year, we added over 65 new large enterprise customers to our Inseego Manage software subscription customer base. Major retailers and wholesalers are using our cloud to securely connect, configure and monitor operations in distributed locations. We will continue to drive new cloud innovations to improve our software attach rates. In closing, I'm proud of the 5G and cloud innovations we've been bringing to market, which are driving such phenomenal growth for Inseego. Our unique ability to bring out the best in a network is making Inseego the partner of choice to deliver 5G solutions to the enterprise. Our team will continue the rapid pace of innovation so we can continue fueling the fantastic growth we are seeing with 5G. And now, I would like to hand the call over to Bob.

Robert G. Barbieri -- Interim Chief Financial Officer

Thank you, Ashish. Let me now review the results of our second quarter fiscal 2021. Before I start, I would like to remind everyone that year-over-year comparisons will be impacted by the pandemic-driven surge for current and 4G hotspots, which began in the June quarter last year and continued through the remainder of fiscal 2020. That demand for our latest generation 4G products has now normalized at a level higher than where it was pre-pandemic. With that, let us get into the results. Q2 revenue was $65.7 million, up 14% from the prior quarter's $57.6 million. The strong result was driven by 5G solution revenue, which was up 71% sequentially and 182% from the prior year. Second quarter IoT & Mobile solutions revenue was $51.8 million, up 20.7% quarter-over-quarter due to the strength of the 5G solution sales. Accelerating sell-through of 5G products led to strong reorders in the quarter from our current partners, T-Mobile in particular. Enterprise SaaS solutions revenue of $13.9 million was down 5.3% from Q1 and up 21.8% from Q2 of 2020. The year-over-year increase resulted from continued subscriber growth and Ctrack rest of the world that we are now able to recognize as COVID-related restrictions have eased in some countries allowing Inseego to install our IoT modules. Cash at the end of Q2 was $40.4 million and includes $5.8 million of cash classified as held-for-sale as well as $3.7 million of restricted cash related to the sale of Ctrack South Africa. The decrease in our cash balance is reflective of increased R&D spending on 5G products and net working capital adjustments. We continue to diligently manage use of cash including working capital, and we expect cash burn will steadily decline in the coming quarters consistent with our free cash flow positive goal for Inseego. With respect to the sale of Ctrack South Africa, the deal closed on July 30 with net proceeds of approximately $36.6 million. You will see that amount reflected in the balance sheet when we report our Q3 results.

From this point forward, I will focus on non-GAAP measures. A reconciliation from GAAP to non-GAAP is detailed in our earnings release and is found on our IR webpage. Gross margin for the IoT & Mobile business was 24%, down from 26.1% in the prior quarter but up from 23% in the prior year. The decline from the prior quarter was due to product mix, more specifically much stronger hardware sales versus Q1. We expect gross margin to steadily improve through the year as we see a higher mix of 5G and software revenue. This dynamic is visible in the 100 basis point improvement from Q2 fiscal 2020. Enterprise SaaS solution gross margin was approximately 60%, which is roughly in line with the prior quarter and prior year. Our Q2 operating expense was $28 million, up $1.3 million from the prior quarter, and up from $22.9 million in the prior year. The increase in operating expense year-over-year reflects the investments we have made to take advantage of the considerable 5G opportunities we are pursuing. The significant increase in engagement and the opportunity pipeline is clear evidence we were right in pursuing this path. Q2 net loss was $8.7 million or $0.08 a share compared with a loss of $7.7 million or $0.08 a share in the prior quarter and a loss of $1.3 million or $0.01 in the year before. Our adjusted EBITDA loss of $51,000 improves on the prior quarter's loss of $868,000 but is down from the pandemic aided EBITDA gain of $4.3 million last year. For additional details on non-GAAP and adjusted EBITDA results, please refer to the reconciliation tables in our press release. Finally, some thoughts for the rest of 2021. We have seen a significant expansion of our sales pipeline with the carriers, especially with our fixed wireless products and from enterprises. And as a result, we remain confident to reiterate the second half of the year will be stronger than the first half. In addition, we expect to see IoT & Mobile grow sequentially for the rest of this fiscal year. With that, let me turn it back to Dan for his closing remarks.

Dan Mondor -- Chairman & Chief Executive Officer

Thanks, Bob. Before moving to Q&A, I want to welcome Stephanie Bowers to our Board of Directors. Stephanie brings a wealth of experience in international relations and government affairs, and we're delighted to have her join our Board. She will be instrumental in opening new global markets for Inseego by helping us with the security, supply chain and government approval aspects of our 5G products. On the CFO search, we continue to make good progress and we have narrowed our list of candidates. That said, Bob has been doing an excellent job. I am in no great rush and plan on taking the necessary time to find the right candidate. One that will have the experience and capabilities to support the growth of our next-generation 5G and software solutions. I will conclude by expressing my sincere thanks to our dedicated employees who continue to execute so amazingly well in these challenging times. They are the driving force behind the strong second quarter and the tremendous growth in our opportunity pipeline, and I can't thank them enough. Their accomplishments gives us even more confidence in our ability to become a high growth, high margin, 5G and software-as-a-service, global solutions company. Thanks again, everyone.

Questions and Answers:

Operator

[Operator Instructions] Our first question will come from John Marchetti with Stifel. Please go ahead.

John Warren Marchetti -- Stifel, Nicolaus & Company, Incorporated -- Analyst

Thanks very much and thanks guys for taking a question. If I can just start first on the Ctrack sale, can you let us know what revenue was for the portion of that business that you're divesting in the first half just as -- I'm assuming, given your comment about -- of a better second half over first, we need to exclude that out. I just want to make sure that we have a sense of what that revenue is that we should be accounting for?

Dan Mondor -- Chairman & Chief Executive Officer

Yes. John, it's Dan. Thanks very much. Good question. I think Bob was jumping in ready to answer. So take it away, Bob.

Robert G. Barbieri -- Interim Chief Financial Officer

Yes. Thanks a lot, John. If you -- with respect to South Africa, in the first two quarters, the amount of revenue generated was $14.2 million. And in the July month, I think in terms of about $2.5 million because we saw that exactly at the end of the month. That's helpful.

John Warren Marchetti -- Stifel, Nicolaus & Company, Incorporated -- Analyst

Thank you very much. That's helpful there. And if I can just follow-up with a question on the margins. I want to make sure that I understand this correctly. You clearly saw more 5G in the quarter, all of that very, very positive, so I was a little bit surprised that margins took a step back here given the growth that we're seeing in 5G and in the software portfolio. Can -- is it solely a function of more 5G MiFi hotspots versus something -- fixed wireless access or things of that nature? Just if you can help me understand that dynamic just so we can think about that as we're looking out over the next several quarters and into '22.

Dan Mondor -- Chairman & Chief Executive Officer

Yes. Thanks, John. Thanks. Well, the overall margin for our 5G products is better than our 4G products. That said, our fixed wireless access products are even better than our hotspots. We believe there will be a large improvement in overall 5G solutions gross margin, and especially when you have the value-added software when we attach it to the hardware, economies of scale, learnings. And we did, through the journey on 4G, get pretty appreciable gross margin improvement over time, better inventory, supply chain costs. That said, there was premiums for spot market purchases as well as higher freight and shipping costs that we saw in the quarter for all the reasons that I think the market knows well.

John Warren Marchetti -- Stifel, Nicolaus & Company, Incorporated -- Analyst

Great. And then maybe one last one for me, and I'll jump out. Just on the software side, should we expect more applications launch this calendar year or is that more of a '22 event?

Dan Mondor -- Chairman & Chief Executive Officer

Yes. Let me turn it over to Ashish.

Ashish Sharma -- President

Hey John, good question. So we do expect to launch some new solutions later this year in addition to continuing to add more functionality and more features to the existing customer base and solutions. So there would be some new ones coming out, but we do continue to puff up the existing ones.

John Warren Marchetti -- Stifel, Nicolaus & Company, Incorporated -- Analyst

Great. Thank you very much.

Dan Mondor -- Chairman & Chief Executive Officer

Thank you, John.

Operator

Our next question will come from Lance Vitanza with Cowen & Company. Please go ahead.

Lance William Vitanza -- Cowen and Company -- Analyst

Hi thanks guys for taking a question and congratulations on the nice quarter. I wanted to actually ask about the pipeline in the enterprise channel. And actually I don't know if it was Dan or Ashish someone mentioned that there's now well over -- I think the phrase was well over 100 customers trialing and buying right now, and then there was the list of all the different types. I wanted to try to get a sense for how close or far you are from converting the pipeline to revenue, but it sounded like from that statement that maybe you're already beginning to do that. And I'm just wondering, from the press release and the language regarding the improved revenues in the back half versus the first half, it sounds like that's largely attributable to the enterprise pipeline being sort of converted, is that right, am I reading it the right way, and was enterprise -- was it measurable? Was there a contribution in 2Q, was it measurable, will it be measurable in Q3? How should we be thinking about that? thanks.

Dan Mondor -- Chairman & Chief Executive Officer

Lance, thanks for the question. Well, as you know, in enterprise and 5G is what we were referencing, we're just getting going. Really, when the comment was, you're right, 100-plus 5G customers in our enterprise pipeline but that's from 0 in May. So that's pretty incredible growth. Yes. And some of the -- I can't name names, but largest corporations and brands in the world very, very impressive 5G pipeline, they're looking to adopt them. So we have good visibility in the pipeline. The projects are defined. We understand the scope, the budget, the start time, who the decision-makers are, who cuts the POs, that sort of thing and the selection process. So in terms of time line, to answer your question, the start dates or the pipeline we're referencing can be anywhere from 30 days to a few months. And the other part of your question, yes, there was 5G enterprise revenue in Q2 but it was a very, very small number as you could imagine. So we do see that ramping up quite nicely.

Lance William Vitanza -- Cowen and Company -- Analyst

Okay. And then my other question was, if I think about 5G plus cloud, that -- if I got it right, that improved sequentially to 49%, I think you said 49% of revenue from 44% in the first quarter. And I think it was the 5G piece went from 20% to 29%. The cloud piece, if I got it right, that actually, as a percent of revenues went down even though the revenue grew 49% year-on-year. So was that -- I guess, it was just that when you've got the 5G piece tripling year-over-year then that piece is going to get smaller but are you pleased with sort of the way that those two are growing relative to one another?

Dan Mondor -- Chairman & Chief Executive Officer

Well, very, very pleased and I think you hit it. The denominator was a different number. So larger numbers, so the ratios were different. 5G is clearly going gangbusters. I think overall, if you look at the 49% up from where it was a year ago and last quarter, the way I said it is we're getting the growth in the areas we want to get the growth. Those are the engines that we invested in, incredible market traction, the numbers speak for themselves. So we expect to see that growth curve continuing.

Lance William Vitanza -- Cowen and Company -- Analyst

Great. If I could just squeeze in one more on the cash balance. If I just take the $37 million from the sale of Ctrack and add it to the $30 million that you reported, is that sort of the way that your pro forma cash balance is kind of $67 million or will there be some taxes payable there? And I'm just wondering, I know you mentioned that you think that the burn is going to decline, I think you mentioned noticeably over the next few quarters but on a straight map basis, I mean, $20 million burn versus $67 million pro forma cash, it's only three or four quarters worth of cash. Are you feeling comfortable with your liquidity position? Would there be perhaps a need to raise incremental capital at this stage?

Dan Mondor -- Chairman & Chief Executive Officer

Yes, I'll ask Bob to comment. Just a slight correction. It was $40 million cash at Q2 end. But your question nonetheless...

Lance William Vitanza -- Cowen and Company -- Analyst

Sorry. I apologize.

Dan Mondor -- Chairman & Chief Executive Officer

Yes, no problem. No problem. There were some things associated with Q2 that were, if you will, specific to Q2, if you will some one-time cash burn aspects and we want to -- Bob, I'll ask you to explain that so we can go through that. But we do see cash burn was high because of the working capital changes and you certainly see a steady decline going forward. But Bob can give you some of the color on the Q2 cash -- use of cash.

Robert G. Barbieri -- Interim Chief Financial Officer

Yes. Lance, a couple of things. First, just in terms of the raw cash amount in the held-for-sale treatment. What happens is the cash that we have gotten after the sale closed, a little bit under $7 million accrues to us, but is in the line of the assets held for sale. And then second, we have restricted cash of about $3.7 million for a period of about 12 -- exactly 12 months after closure. And that will be our cash and that is just held separately from, lack of a better term, a rep and warranty standpoint on the sale but that is our cash. And then if you add those together that's where you get to the $40 million that Dan mentioned. And then going forward we -- and how do you think about it. In the first quarter, a couple of things. One is the company paid its bonuses and restricted stock in the first quarter and that had an impact. In that we basically held taxes from the employees and our cash account in the first quarter, but then relieve them in the second quarter through our outside payroll company. So that was about $7 million of an impact of a cash movement. The remainder was, certainly, just the movement from quarter-to-quarter we had some less rebates only because of -- if you look at the Q3 and Q4 prior year versus the lower Q1 revenue, certainly less rebates were earned and there's about a one quarter lag. So that contributed and...

Dan Mondor -- Chairman & Chief Executive Officer

Qualcomm rebates.

Robert G. Barbieri -- Interim Chief Financial Officer

Yes. For more of a cash burn. And then that will reverse itself going forward because of the step-up in revenue to Q2. And as well as some other in and out of working capital. Certainly, when you have a lower like a Q1 revenue number, you -- your accounts receivable activity is less on your recovery and then that will reverse itself because of the strength of Q2 as we move forward. So hopefully, that's a little bit of color, Lance. The other thing is, as Dan mentioned, we are managing that cash burn down, and that's the goal, and that's how we're executing.

Lance William Vitanza -- Cowen and Company -- Analyst

Thanks guys [indecipherable].

Operator

[Operator Instructions] Our next question will come from Mike Walkley with Canaccord Genuity. Please go ahead.

Daniel J. Park -- Analyst

Hey guys good afternoon. This is Daniel on for Mike. Thanks for taking in questions. I guess just a quick one for me. Could you just give us a sense of the timing of some of the new carrier launches you mentioned moving forward?

Dan Mondor -- Chairman & Chief Executive Officer

Yes. Hi. Thanks for your question. Well, we have -- it's part of our pipeline. We have a number of launches that we expect to occur this quarter and going forward. The pipeline has a pretty long tail on it, different stages. So I can't really give specific answers as to numbers but again, it goes back to a very healthy pipeline. And in terms of the carrier pipeline it's a longer cycle -- sales cycle, as you can imagine. So the engagement from testing the products to approval to certification to launch takes time. But we expect to expand our carrier customer base going forward. I think at any moment in time -- I think right now, we've got something like 30 RFPs that we're responding to. Again, it's a function of healthy pipeline. But we expect to have and we expect to announce a steady flow of new carrier customers. That's number one. Number two, it's additional product slots within a customer we already have. That's another aspect.

Operator

Our next question will come from Mike Latimore with Northland Capital. Please go ahead.

Aditya Dagaonkar -- Analyst

Hi. This is Aditya on behalf of Mike Latimore. Could you tell me how many 10% customers did you have?

Dan Mondor -- Chairman & Chief Executive Officer

Well, Bob is looking for numbers. The answer I'm going to give is two.

Aditya Dagaonkar -- Analyst

Okay. Okay. Can you give me like what were their individual percentages to total revenue of these two customers?

Dan Mondor -- Chairman & Chief Executive Officer

No, we're not going to -- we don't break out the actual revenue dollars. So that's just not something that we discussed because we do not want to identify revenue numbers for any specific customer. So we just don't provide that kind of breakout.

Aditya Dagaonkar -- Analyst

All right. All right. And on the mobile and IoT pipeline, what percentage of it is international?

Dan Mondor -- Chairman & Chief Executive Officer

Ashish?

Ashish Sharma -- President

Yes, Aditya, not a lot at this point. We've got a nice pipeline, we had some early customers, but majority of the revenue is still coming from North America.

Aditya Dagaonkar -- Analyst

Thank you.

Dan Mondor -- Chairman & Chief Executive Officer

Yes. I think to answer relative to revenue is answer relative to pipeline. So not a lot of international revenue currently. I would say on a relative basis because the international market is a new market, and we're building in products and our go-to-market teams. The pipeline on a percentage basis would be much higher than the current revenue on a percentage basis, if that helps.

Aditya Dagaonkar -- Analyst

All right. thanks thanks. thank you.

Dan Mondor -- Chairman & Chief Executive Officer

Thanks.

Operator

This concludes our question-and-answer session. I would like to turn the conference back over to Dan Mondor for any closing remarks.

Dan Mondor -- Chairman & Chief Executive Officer

Well, thank you, operator. I will say this, and just to wrap up, the Inseego team is executing exceptionally well in every part of the company. As you saw we're seeing growing customer adoption of our 5G and software solutions with carriers and the market reception of our newly launched enterprise portfolio is incredible. We have highly differentiated products, and our go-to-market teams have never been stronger. So you put it all together, these are the reasons behind our pipeline of opportunities being the largest in recent company history. So net-net, we've laid the groundwork for a strong second half, as we discussed, and I think an amazing 2022. So thanks again, everyone.

Operator

[Operator Closing Reamrks]

Duration: 40 minutes

Call participants:

Dan Mondor -- Chairman & Chief Executive Officer

Ashish Sharma -- President

Robert G. Barbieri -- Interim Chief Financial Officer

John Warren Marchetti -- Stifel, Nicolaus & Company, Incorporated -- Analyst

Lance William Vitanza -- Cowen and Company -- Analyst

Daniel J. Park -- Analyst

Aditya Dagaonkar -- Analyst

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