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100 Companies Named to 2013 CW 100 by Connected World magazine

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Carol Stream, Ill. – Oct. 16, 2012 – It’s the time of year where we start making lists—guest lists for holiday parties, ingredients lists for special feasts, and wish lists for gift giving. It’s that time of year for Connected World magazine, too, which published its 2013 CW 100, a prestigious list of the companies representing the M2M (machine-to-machine) and connected-devices industry.

The CW 100 (formerly M2M 100) represents the top companies demonstrating significant market traction and pursuing game-changing technologies in connectivity. The full ranking, including expanded writeups, can be found in the recently published Nov/Dec issue of Connected World. After much deliberation, the editors of Connected World and its editorial advisory board recommend these M2M powerhouses as “good to do business with.”

Since its inaugural year in 2003, the CW 100 has recognized companies based on factors such as sales and earnings growth, contribution to the connected-devices space, and innovation in multiple markets served during the past 12 months. The final 100 are hand selected from a pool of hundreds of firms, both private and publicly traded.

“The companies that made this year’s CW 100 face enormous opportunities and challenges in 2013,” says Peggy Smedley, editorial director, Connected World magazine. “But we believe these 100 companies are in the best position to take M2M beyond where it’s ever been before; 2013 will be a benchmark year for this market.”

The companies that earned a spot on the 2013 CW 100 are as follows:
Advantech
Aeris Communications Inc.
Airbiquity
Alcatel-Lucent
Alien Technology
Arrow Electronics
AT&T
Atmel
Avnet
Axeda Corp.
CalAmp
CETECOM
Cisco Systems Inc.
Comtrol Corp.
Connect One
Connected Development
Cradlepoint
Crossbridge Solutions
Cycle30
DataOnline
Deutsche Telekom
Digi Intl. Inc.
Echelon Corp.
Elster Group
Ericsson
Esprida Corp.
Eurotech
Fargo Telecom Group
Feeney Wireless
Freescale Semiconductor
Gemalto/Cinterion
General Electric Co.
Geotab Inc.
Globalstar
Google
Hewlett-Packard
Honeywell Intl. Inc.
Huawei
IBM Corp.
ILS Technology
iMetrik Solutions Inc.
Inilex
Inmarsat
Intel
Iridium Communications Inc.
Itron
Jasper Wireless Inc.
Kontron
KORE Telematics
Laird Technologies
Landis+Gyr
Lantronix Inc.
LG
M2M DataSmart
Marvell
Memsic
Mesh Systems
Microchip Technology Inc.
Millennial Net Inc.
Mocana
Moxa
Multi-Tech Systems
MWA Intelligence
Novatel Wireless Inc.
NXP Semiconductors
Omnilink Systems Inc.
OnAsset Intelligence
Orange SA
ORBCOMM Inc.
Panasonic
Pedigree Technologies
Qualcomm Inc.
RACO Wireless
Red Bend Software
Research In Motion
Rogers Communications
Sena Technologies Inc.
7 layers Inc.
Sierra Wireless Inc.
Sigma Designs
Sony
Sprint
Synchronoss Technologies
Telefónica O2
Telenor ASA
Telit Wireless Solutions
Telular
Telus Mobility
Tendril
Texas Instruments Inc.
ThingWorx
T-Mobile USA Inc.
Trimble
u-blox AG
Verizon Wireless
Vodafone Global Enterprise
Wyless
Xact Technology
Xirgo Technologies
ZTE

“Congratulations to the companies that made this year’s CW 100—some have been around for awhile, others are brand new to the list, but they’re all the best at what they do,” says Mike Carrozzo, chief editor, Connected World magazine. “Together, these 100 firms really do represent the cream of the crop when it comes to M2M.”

To access the 2013 CW 100, including extended writeups, please visit our Website or subscribe to the print or digital version of Connected World.

The CW 100 is also included as a part of Connected World magazine’s 2013 Sourcebook, the definitive reference guide to machine-to-machine technology. To pick up your copy, please place an order online.

About Connected World magazine
Connected World is for the ever-changing, fast-paced way that we look at technology for work and play. Every issue is packed with need-to-know ideas that keep us up-to-the minute and motivated about the newest gadgets and apps that allow us to stay connected with family, friends, and co-workers. Whether you’re looking for the latest connected devices, applications, or even curious about business innovation, you can find it all on the pages of Connected World. www.connectedworldmag.com

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