AT&T Wins Five Compass Intelligence Mobility Awards

DALLAS, TX -- Marketing analytics and consulting firm Compass Intelligence presented AT&T with five awards. The Compass Intelligence Mobility Awards recognize the best mobile computing, wireless data communications, machine-to-machine and eco-friendly products and services offered in the market during the past year.

AT&T won the following awards:
•M2M Cellular Service Provider of the Year
•M2M Innovative Product/Solution of the Year
•M2M Project/Deployment of the Year
•Top Wireless Business Experience Award (Carrier)
•Top Wireless Consumer Experience Award (Carrier)

"AT&T is focused on creating platforms and solutions that make the Internet of Things valuable and easy to use for our customers," said Chris Penrose, Senior Vice President, Internet of Things, AT&T Mobility. "We're truly honored to receive these awards from Compass Intelligence as it affirms our leadership and commitment to excellence in the wireless and M2M marketplace."

"AT&T's ability to work across multiple vertical markets, partners and stake-holders is unmatched and it gives AT&T a competitive advantage in the M2M/IoT market," states Keith Robinson, Director of M2M & IoT Research & Consulting, Compass Intelligence. "Furthermore, its Global SIM is allowing it to be the partner of choice for enterprises that have a global footprint. It is projected that AT&T will continue with its strong growth trajectory in 2015 with superior technology and leadership."

The awards were selected by more than 60 industry-leading press and analysts who cover the mobile and wireless market.

For more information, visit:
http://www.att.com/IoT
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