BOULDER, Colo., June 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- FreeWave Technologies, Inc. (www.freewave.com), an innovator of industrial-grade, secure M2M wireless networking solutions, announced today that its WavePoint™ family of solutions has received the 2014 Editor's Choice Award from Military Embedded Systems magazine (http://mil-embedded.com/editors-choice/secure-m2m-command-control-communications/). WavePoint was recognized for its secure command and control of unmanned systems, its dismounted soldier and vehicle tracking capabilities, and its remote military infrastructure monitoring, among other mission-critical government and defense applications. For more information about the WavePoint family, please visit (http://www.freewave.com/products/allproducts/WavePoint.aspx).
"All of the products selected by our editorial team demonstrated superior performance and reliability within military and government applications," said John McHale, editorial director for Military Embedded Systems magazine. "The six products highlighted in our June 2014 issue, including the WavePoint solution from FreeWave, are indicative of industry-leading innovations."
Unattended and remotely controlled devices need reliable and high-speed connectivity to support today's bandwidth hungry applications – not just command and control telemetry, but also real-time video feeds. In rugged military environments such as field operations, remote training camps and battlefields, and with real-time government communications and missions, the connections must be fast, but also flexible enough to adapt to changing tactical needs without sacrificing security or reliability. The WavePoint family of solutions meets these industry needs by delivering the next generation of wireless communications architecture to provide cost effective and reliable broadband connectivity at remote sites, on both the training grounds and the battlefield.
"FreeWave is excited to be recognized as a top choice for government and defense applications that require extremely reliable and secure wireless communications," said Ashish Sharma, CMO of FreeWave Technologies. "As a trusted industry provider for more than 20 years, we are honored that the editorial team at Military Embedded Systems magazine has recognized our new WavePoint family as an innovative and trusted industry solution."
To view the full June 2014 issue of Military Embedded Systems, visit (http://issue.mil-embedded.com/e/mes/issues/2014-06/index.html)
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About FreeWave Technologies
Based in Boulder, Colorado, FreeWave Technologies (www.freewave.com) pioneers the next generation of fast, flexible and secure M2M wireless networking and communications solutions for industrial and military markets. These proven solutions are deployed by leading oil and gas producers, government and defense contractors, agriculture equipment manufacturers, utility operators in both electric power and water/wastewater, and more. For more than 20 years, industry leaders have depended on FreeWave to wirelessly communicate critical information across networks, more reliably and securely, than any other company in its marketplace without fail. For more information, contact FreeWave at 866-923-6168 or at email@example.com.
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