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Daintree Networks: Company Wins Award for Internet of Things and Product Innovation


 

Los Altos, Calif. — Nov. 19, 2015 — Daintree Networks won both customer project and product honors from the seventh annual awards program encompassing the world's best from every major industry.

Competing against large and small organizations from all over the world, Daintree Networks was honored in multiple categories at the 2015 Golden Bridge Awards. More than 40 judges from a broad spectrum of industries from around the globe determined the winners from an illustrious group of competitors, including public and private firms, for-profits and non-profits, and start-ups.

On Nov. 16 in San Francisco, Mandeep Khera, vice president of marketing and channels, accepted the four awards on behalf of Daintree Networks during the dinner and awards presentation.

Daintree Networks won Golden Bridge Awards in the following categories:

Gold — Innovations in Information Technology — Internet of Things (IoT) Category: Daintree Networks' WHS100 Wireless Sensor

Silver — New Product or Service —  Industry Category (Energy Control Solutions): Daintree Networks' ControlScope Building Energy Management as a Service (BEMaaS)

Bronze — Energy Industry Innovation of the Year — Industry: Energy Control Solutions Category: Transforming Building Controls With Open Standards-Driven Embedded Wireless Technology

Bronze — Best Deployment and Case Study — Solutions for the U.S. Category: Daintree Networks and Universal Music Group's (UMG) energy efficiency project

The Golden Bridge Awards are an annual industry and peers recognition program honoring best companies in every major industry from large to small and new start-ups. To view the full list of 2015 Golden Bridge Award Winners, click here.

For more information about Daintree Networks, visit http://www.daintree.net.

 





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