ILS Technology takes home two awards at M2M Evolution Battle of the Platforms, while two

MIAMI BEACH, FL – ILS Technology, a Telit company, won big last week at M2M Evolution where the company took two awards at M2M Evolution’s Battle of the Platforms: Best Application Development and Best Horizontal Platform. In addition, two Telit customers, NimbeLink and GeaCom, were named Business Innovators.

M2M Evolution is the semiannual M2M-focused track of TMC’s global information technology show - IT Expo. TMC is a world-leader in technology marketing and the event’s Battle of the Platforms featured an afternoon of presentations from nearly ten leading M2M platforms.

Prior to the battle, ILS Technology hosted its fourth M2M Workshop designed to educate and inspire the M2M ecosystem, helping grow the understanding and appreciation of ILS Technology and Telit offerings with content designed to demonstrate value through real-life use cases.

After presenting the platform to a standing-room-only crowd, ILS Technology recognized key partners including Option Wireless, Sprint, Persistent Systems and Abstracta Studios – all a part of the thriving deviceWISE ecosystem centered on the deviceWISE Ready program. deviceWISE Ready promotes interoperability between devices from our business partners and the deviceWISE M2M platform, thus reducing the risk, time-to-market, complexity and cost of deploying complete end-to-end M2M solutions.

At the M2M Evolution tradeshow that followed, ILS Technology and Telit North America sales teams joined forces to put the Telit ONE STOP. ONE SHOP. strategy into action – setting the bar high with the first collaborative sales event supporting modules, Mobile services and Cloud with a unified face to the marketplace.

Also at the event, two Telit module customers, NimbeLink and GeaCom received Business Innovator Awards in recognition of their modem and medical translator applications respectively. Both end products feature the Telit xE910 family of cellular modules.

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