Internet of Things Excellence Awards Unveiled at Connexion 2014

FOXBORO, MA -- Axeda Corporation announced the IoT award winners of Connexion 2014. These awards recognize customers and partners for excellence in innovative solution development, best practices in implementation and deployment, and ecosystem integration.

The IoT Awards are Axeda's premier recognition program. Announced at the annual Connexion Conference, and selected by Axeda executives among hundreds of customer and partner nominations, the IoT Excellence awards recognize achievements across eleven award categories. The winning solutions showcase the Axeda Machine Cloud and skills and expertise in developing innovative solutions across the Internet of Things.

Customer Winners of the Axeda IoT Excellence Awards

Service Transformation – Varian Medical Systems
Product Intelligence – GE Healthcare
Product Innovation – Barco, Inc.
Product Innovation – Modus
Enterprise Integration – Ventana Medical Systems, Inc.
Innovator of the Year – Tyco Simplex Grinnell

"Axeda is privileged to work with the most innovative customers in our industry who have achieved transformational results," said Jeff Melvin executive vice president for sales at Axeda. "It's an honor to recognize the companies and people that are leveraging the IoT to deliver essential business value."

Partner Winners of the Axeda IoT Excellence Awards

Mobile Partner – AT&T
International Mobile– Telkomsel
Global Distributor – Hitachi High-Technologies
Internet of Things Platform – Oracle
Independent Software Vendor – SAS
Axeda Ready – Intel

"Axeda has one of the most powerful partner ecosystems in the Internet of Things, and this year's award winners have brought a level of technology expertise and commitment to advancing customer solutions that is unparalleled," said Joe Bartlett, executive vice president of channel programs at Axeda. "It's a pleasure to congratulate them on achieving this recognition."

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