The editors of Connected World magazine are proud to highlight Telit Wireless Solutions with yet another spot on the 2016 CW 100.

Carol Stream, Ill. (PRWEB) October 29, 2015

Carol Stream, Ill. – Oct. 29, 2015 - Some companies are pillars of strength in the M2M and IoT (Internet of Things) community, having served the industry effectively for years while still remaining disruptive today.

The editors of Connected World magazine are proud to highlight Telit Wireless Solutions,, with yet another spot on the 2016 CW 100. The embedded hardware company takes its place at number 39 on the acclaimed list.

“CW 100 is an industry institution. We are proud to have made the cut into this prestigious list since 2007; and along with Connected World and our fellow nominees, help build M2M/IoT into the vibrant and promising space it is today,” says Oozi Cats, Telit CEO.

Telit’s achievements reach as far back as the 1980s where it began in the engineering industry, and by 1998 it launched its first M2M module, Datablock.

“I like to think of Telit as the granddaddy of the IoT because it has played such an important role in advancing the space since the early days of M2M. Today, Telit continues to build on its foundation through inspired collaborations and an ever-diversifying product portfolio, representing a continued dedication to the market it helped create,” says Peggy Smedley, editorial director, Connected World magazine.

Beyond strengthening its product portfolio and continuing to win key customers, Telit also continues to invest in the space by advancing standards and educating the market, helping make it one of the leading companies in the IoT market.

An overview of the 2016 CW 100 is featured in the Oct/Nov 2015 issue of Connected World; however the ranking and in-depth analysis is found exclusively in the new Member Hub online.

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