|[February 14, 2014]
KORE Customer Receives 2014 Connected World Magazine Connected World Award
ALPHARETTA, Ga. --(Business Wire)--
the world's largest wireless network services provider specializing in
machine-to-machine (M2M) communications, today announced that its
Blue Technologies, has been honored as a technology enabler for Gold
Award winner Tridel
in the Energy category of the 2014 Connected World magazine Connected
The Connected World Awards honor the companies that have successfully
leveraged M2M in order to solve a critical pain point within their
business, all with quantifiable results.
"KORE is dedicated to providing the reliable and ubiquitous connectivity
that enables countless M2M applications across the globe. The
recognition of innovative customers like Clear Blue Technologies by
Connected World is a testament to the growing business impact of M2M
communications," said Alex Brisbourne, president and COO, KORE. "KORE is
honored to be part of the 2014 Connected World Awards and we look
forward to working with our customers to enable more powerful,
feature-rich M2M and Internet-of-things-based applications that drive
efficiency improvements, automation, cost-savings and revenue-generating
benefits for global businesses."
"The 2014 award winners honored this year are a combination of large and
small companies representing a range of industries and applications.
These winners came from areas of energy and healthcare, as well as
building automation and retail. Solutions were implemented for GPS, car
sharing, and even concrete-management systems," says Peggy Smedley,
editorial director, Connected World magazine. "This is a testament to
the growth of the vertical markets and acceptance of the technology
within those various segments."
Tridel relies on the KORE M2M network to power Clear Blue Technologies'
Illumient lights, off-grid street lights powered by small solar or wind
energy generation sources and controlled with wireless sensors. These
lights allow Tridel's properties to cut costs while also helping the
environment. Tridel is able to constantly monitor and manage the lights
from a smartphone or computer, which in turn allows them to remotely
troubleshoot and resolve any issues that arise. In addition, the remote
connectivity provided via the KORE network enables Tridel to manage the
on/off times of the lights, as well as brightness, resulting in
cost-savings and efficiency.
KORE is the world's largest wireless network
provider specializing exclusively on the rapidly expanding global
machine-to-machine (M2M) communications market. Providing unified
control and management for cellular and satellite network service
delivery in more than 180 countries worldwide, KORE empowers its
application, hardware and wireless operator partners to efficiently
deliver M2M solutions for connected devices across the globe. M2M
applications in industries as diverse as healthcare, utilities,
enterprise IT, transaction processing and fleet management rely on the
KORE network to deliver operational efficiencies and cost-savings. KORE
offers a range of technologies - including GSM, HSPA, CDMA EV-DO and
LTE (News - Alert), as well as satellite services - that ensure the greatest possible
reliability and coverage. For more information, please visit www.koretelematics.com.
[ InfoTech Spotlight's Homepage ]