LAS VEGAS – MobilityWire® – March 23, 2010
Winners in the fifth annual CTIA E-Tech Awards were announced today in 15 categories covering the areas of mobile CE, applications, enterprise, green solutions, luxury mobile and network infrastructure. Winners were announced during International CTIA WIRELESS 2010® which takes March 23-25 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
International CTIA WIRELESS 2010 web visitors named Leapwave’s Big Screen Games played via mobile phones by large audiences “Best Online Pick.” At the show, attendees were able to browse entries showcased in the E-Tech Awards display on the show floor and voted for their favorites via text message, naming the Samsung Moment™, from Samsung Telecommunications America, Best in Show.
“Congratulations to all of the E-Tech Awards winners,” said Heather Lee Landers, assistant vice president of marketing for CTIA. “CTIA’s E-Tech Awards proudly recognizes innovation, vision and technological acumen at the highest level. This year’s awards program saw over 300 entries—a record number—proving that creativity and advancement in wireless is more prevalent than ever.”
E-Tech Awards winners were announced at a ceremony during International CTIA WIRELESS hosted by Robert Mesirow, vice president and show director for CTIA and Tim Bajarin, president of Creative Strategies.
More than 80 prominent media and industry analysts judged the entries based on innovation, functionality, technological importance, implementation and the overall “wow” factor.
2010 CTIA E-Tech Awards Winners include:
Enterprise & Vertical Market Solution – Energy
First: Global Go Green (3G) Energy Efficiency Solution, Top Global USA, Inc.
Enterprise & Vertical Market Solution – Healthcare
First: HealthPAL MA105, MedApps, Inc.
Second: TelCheck Mobility Blood Glucose Meter, Telcare
Third: Philips Respironics System One Sleep Therapy Device, Cinterion Wireless Modules-Philips Respironics
Enterprise & Vertical Market Solution – Mobile Marketing or Advertising
First: LTE enabled HumanKiosk, ng Connect Program
Second: FeedHenry’s Unified Social Web and Mobile Application Platform, FeedHenry
Third: Admeld, Admeld Inc.
Enterprise & Vertical Market Solution – General Business
First: BoxTone 5.0, BoxTone
Second: AirWatch – Mobile Device and WLAN Management Software, AirWatch
Third: Good for Enterprise 6.0, Good Technology
First: AT&T ZERO Charger, Superior Communications
Second: Nokia Siemens Networks Energy Solutions, Nokia Siemens Networks
Third: P-Flip Foldable Solar Power for iPhone 3GS/iPhone 3G-DCA199, Santom Ltd.
First: Xperia™ Pureness, Sony Ericsson
Second: QUE™ proReader, Plastic Logic
Third: Moshi Moshi 04i, Native Union
Mobile Applications – Healthcare/Public Safety/Transportation/Public Services
First: LookTel (Powered by iVisit), iVisit, LLC
Second: Aha Radio, Aha Mobile, Inc.
Third: Viper SmartStart, Directed Electronics
Mobile Applications – Mobile Payments
First: USAA Deposit@Mobile, USAA
Second: mophie marketplace, mophie
Third: CHARGE Anywhere for Android™, CHARGE Anywhere
Mobile Applications – Pro-sumer/Business Productivity
First: WorldCard Mobile (Business Card Reader & Business Card Scanner), Pen Power Inc
Second: INRIX Traffic! Pro, INRIX
Third: Eye-Fi Pro X2, Eye-Fi
Mobile CE – Accessory
First: Eye-Fi Pro X2, Eye-Fi
Second: The Boxee Box by D-Link, D-Link Systems, Inc.
Third: Baby Monitor for iPad/iPhone 3GS/iPod Touch DVA005, Santom Ltd.
Mobile CE – Fashion & Lifestyle Products
First: IDAPT i4, IDAPT by INOITULOS
Second: Nokia Booklet 3G, Nokia
Third: Powermat Powerpak™ Receiver, Powermat
Mobile CE – Phone/Smartphone
First: Samsung I8530, Samsung Telecommunications America
Second: HTC HD2 from T-Mobile, HTC
Third: Saygus VPhone, Saygus, Inc.
Network Infrastructure – In-Building/Local Area Network Solution
First: LTE small cells in-building solution, Alcatel-Lucent
Second: Enterprise Radio Access Network (E-RAN): one indoor wireless platform for mobile operators, SpiderCloud Wireless
Third: Samsung Mobile 3G UbiCell™, Samsung Telecommunications America
Network Infrastructure – Wide Area Network
First: 7750 SR Mobile Gateway, Alcatel-Lucent
Second: Ericsson Capsule Site, Ericsson AB
Third: FlexPort, BridgeWave
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Celebrating 25 years as the premier global mobile marketplace, International CTIA WIRELESS 2010® brings together all industries advanced by wireless technology for three days of intense business, learning and networking in Las Vegas, March 23-25. International CTIA WIRELESS IT&E 2010 takes place in San Francisco, October 6-8. Visit www.ctiashow.com.
CTIA-The Wireless Association® is an international organization representing the wireless communications industry. Membership in the association includes wireless carriers and their suppliers, as well as providers and manufacturers of wireless data services and products. CTIA advocates on behalf of its members at all levels of government. The association also coordinates the industry’s voluntary best practices and initiatives, and produces the industry’s leading tradeshows. CTIA was founded in 1984 and is based in Washington, D.C. Visit www.ctia.org.
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