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FreeWave Technologies, a leader in industrial, secure Machine to Machine (M2M) and Internet of Things (IoT) wireless networking solutions, announced its ZumLink 900 Series has been awarded Silver in the Telecommunications category for the 2016 Golden Bridge Business and Innovation Awards.

Want to eliminate the cost of your next Industrial IoT (IIoT) network deployment? Submit a specific use case example by August 19, 2016 for a chance to win a high-speed, next generation ZumLink network (up to 25 radios). Built to meet even the most challenging demands of industrial wireless IoT applications, ZumLink provides maximum flexibility for deploying industrial broadband connectivity where it is needed most.

“We truly believe that our Sensor-2-Server strategy will have a lasting impact on IIoT communications, and ZumLink is a critical component of that strategy,” said Scott Allen, CMO of FreeWave. “To be recognized along with other industry leaders is acknowledgment of our commitment to reshaping the way industrial markets develop and implement high-speed data communication infrastructures.”

For more information on the ZumLink family and applications, please visit: www.go.freewave.com/zumlink.

About FreeWave Technologies

FreeWave Technologies is a leading provider of wireless Machine to Machine (M2M) solutions that deliver reliable access to data for leading companies in the industrial Internet of Things (IoT) markets. As the #1 provider of wireless IIoT to the oil and gas industry, FreeWave’s fast, flexible and easy-to-deploy solutions streamline connectivity over long distances to also create significant operational efficiencies for government, defense and UAV/Drone contractors, agriculture equipment manufacturers, energy and smart grid¬†networks, municipalities and more. With 20-plus years of experience in the M2M market and millions of radios deployed in the field, customers repeatedly turn to FreeWave to maximize their value in connecting M2M devices to optimize real-time decision making.