Amaro, Italy October 10, 2011
Eurotech, a leading supplier of embedded technologies, products and systems, today announces they have been named to the Connected World Magazine CW 100, a prestigious list of the most innovative providers of M2M technology and connected devices.
"Eurotech helps companies reduce the complexity of connecting purpose-built devices to the cloud with offerings like their Everyware Device Cloud," said Peggy Smedley, editorial director, Connected World. "The CW 100 shows which M2M companies are pushing the envelope in this market, and Eurotech fits the bill. Customers want useful data from the field, and Eurotech is making it simpler and more cost-effective to capture, access and use that vital information to run their businesses."
The CW 100 represents the top companies that are demonstrating significant market traction and pursuing game-changing technologies in connectivity. The list provides a guide to the companies making a difference in connected devices and M2M, as chosen by the editors of Connected World magazine. From those that have long established their expertise to organizations just emerging in the market, the CW 100 is made up of innovative companies that are leading the charge when it comes to M2M.
"We focus on enabling M2M solutions and device connectivity through a portfolio of hardware platforms and our Everyware Software Framework to allow devices, applications and services to get to market quicker," said Hilary Tomasson, VP of Marketing for Eurotech in North America. "There is great potential for useful M2M services but enterprises in various industries need help realizing that potential and we fill a gap in the market. Having Eurotech recognized on the CW 100 further validates our efforts to be a leading provider of hardware, software and services in the connected device industry."
Companies appearing on the CW 100 are chosen from a selection of hundreds of firms, both private and publicly traded. The criteria for the listing include: sales and earnings growth, contribution to the connected-devices space, and innovation in multiple markets served during the past 12 months.