FreeWave Technologies' WavePoint M2M Wireless Platform Receives 2014 Smart Grid Product of the Year Award

BOULDER, CO -- FreeWave Technologies, Inc. announces its WavePoint platform has received a 2014 Smart Grid Product of the Year Award from SmartGrid.TMCnet.com, a TMC and Crossfire Media sponsored technology media website.

The WavePoint 10e platform is a versatile, high-speed wireless networking solution that securely communicates industrial data over long distances to enable M2M, broadband and SCADA applications (https://www.freewave.com/products/allproducts/WavePoint.aspx). The easy-to-deploy M2M networking solution helps electric utility customers achieve greater productivity by extending broadband connectivity to remote locations from one unified and secure platform. By combining multiple frequency bands, along with wireless IP routing and support for a wide variety of industrial SCADA protocols, management services, and network deployment capabilities, the WavePoint platform is able to address even the most challenging of application scenarios in today's smart grid.

"We are excited and honored to have WavePoint selected as a Smart Grid Product of the Year," said Ashish Sharma, CMO of FreeWave Technologies. "Each WavePoint platform is purpose-built based on customer needs to deliver top-notch wireless IP connectivity for the smart grid and electric power industry."

"The solutions that have been selected for the 2014 Smart Grid Product of the Year Award reflect the diverse range of innovation driving this market. Congratulations to FreeWave Technologies, which exemplified the best of smart grid technologies in the past year," said Carl Ford, CEO & Community Developer, Crossfire Media.

"It is my pleasure to recognize FreeWave Technologies with a Smart Grid Product of the Year Award for its contribution to the advancement of smart grid technologies," said Rich Tehrani, CEO, TMC. "I look forward to seeing more innovation from FreeWave in the coming year."

Winners are published on SmartGrid.TMCnet.com and included in its E-newsletter.

For more information, contact FreeWave at 866-923-6168 or [email protected], or visit http://www.freewave.com
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