LAS VEGAS, January 9, 2015: Ericsson has announced that it was a winner across four categories at the Compass Intelligence Awards ceremony held during the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas on January 7. The annual program recognizes the best mobile computing, wireless data communications, Machine-to-Machine, and eco-friendly products and services offered in the market during the past year.
Ericsson was named M2M Technology Company of the Year for its innovations that included development of Ericsson M2M Service Enablement, which is a robust and proven foundation that includes everything needed to create and evolve industry specific solutions that rely on M2M technologies.
Another highlighted solution was Ericsson Connected Vehicle Cloud, which was recognized as the Connected Car Platform of the Year, as part of Compass’ A-List IoT Companies of Excellence Awards.
Ericsson Service Innovation Framework, which provides an open platform for collaborative development and delivery of a wide range of digital and M2M services addressing vertical industry value chains, service providers implementing SDN and NFV, and cloud service providers, was a winner in the Mobile Software category for Network Software, Services and Analytics.
Ericsson’s Wallet Platform solution, which is a robust and secured solution that enables mobile financial service providers with next generation M-Commerce capabilities also won in the Mobile Commerce category for Integrated Mobile Commerce.
Per Borgklint, Senior Vice President and Head of Business Unit Support Solutions, Ericsson, said, “What a great achievement for Ericsson to be recognized for so many of its solutions and innovations by Compass Intelligence. Each of these solutions plays a vital role in the evolution of the Networked Society and holds value to stakeholders in all industry verticals across the globe. We will continue to build upon these solutions to enable operators to bring more mobile services to its customers with ease and efficiency with the latest technology innovations.”