NETCOMM WIRELESS WINS ACOMM AWARDS FOR INNOVATION FOR THIRD CONSECUTIVE YEAR

Sydney, Australia -- NetComm Wireless Limited was named winner of two 2014 ACOMM Awards at the Communications Alliance and Communications Day (ACOMMS) Awards Dinner last night in Sydney. NetComm Wireless is the first company to win the new Vendor Innovation (Emerging) award, and was presented with the Innovation (SME) award for the third consecutive year.

"Being recognized for an ACOMMS Award is the highest accolade that a company in the communications industry can receive, and it is an honour to have won two categories in the name of technological innovation. We are grateful to receive such notable acclaim for our ongoing achievements in the fast evolving global M2M space and will continue to build on our successes to develop innovative solutions for our partners," said Ken Sheridan, CFO and Executive Director, NetComm Wireless.

The Innovation (SME) award was presented to NetComm Wireless for its 3G Smart Meter Module, a highly adaptable wireless communications module that demonstrated seamless integration and network compatibility as the intelligence component of one of the world's largest smart meter rollouts. The new Vendor Innovation (Emerging) award recognises the significance of NetComm Wireless' 'Light Industrial' product series in providing businesses across all global industry sectors with simple and economical wireless Machine-to-Machine (M2M) capabilities.

The 2014 ACOMM Awards Dinner held on Wednesday 30th July, 2014, was attended by over 450 industry leaders to recognise excellence in the communications industry and celebrate the year's outstanding achievements in the areas of innovation, competition and growth. The annual event highlights exceptional suppliers, rewarding and profiling companies that have excelled within the industry.

NetComm Wireless' two 2014 ACOMM Award wins come after winning three categories of the 2014 Australian Business Awards: Australian Business Award for Innovation, Product Innovation, and Best Industrial Product.

For more info, visit:
http://www.netcommwireless.com
http://www.commsalliance.com.au

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