NetComm Wireless Wins ACOMM Award for Innovation for Fourth Consecutive Year

SYDNEY, July 17, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- NetComm Wireless Limited (ASX: NTC) was named winner of the 2015 ACOMM Award for innovation at the Communications Alliance and Communications Day (ACOMMS) Awards Dinner last night in Sydney; and remains the only company to have been presented the Vendor Innovation (Emerging) award since its introduction last year.

"It is an honour to have received such notable acclaim for our commitment to innovation at a time of exciting change in our industry. The ACOMM Award is the communications industry's most illustrious accolade and it is a privilege to have received this recognition as we continue to develop technologies ahead of network advances and market trends to give our partners a leading edge," said Ken Sheridan, CFO and Executive Director, NetComm Wireless.

NetComm Wireless was awarded the Vendor Innovation -- Emerging honour for its 4G WiFi M2M Router (NTC-140W). The globally certified device integrates LightweightM2M version 1.0 (LWM2M 1.0) -- a new remote management standard specifically designed for M2M devices; and is designed to bolster large scale M2M market growth by facilitating lower operational costs, greater flexibility, and faster time-to-market.

The 2015 ACOMM Awards Dinner held on Thursday 16th July, 2015 was attended by 500 industry leaders to recognise excellence in the communications industry. "The ACOMM Awards represent the pinnacle of achievement for the Australian communications industry and I congratulate all the winners and finalists in the 2015 ACOMMS," said Communications Alliance CEO John Stanton.

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