IEC applauds 2009 InfoVision Award winners at Broadband World Forum Europe 2009

PARIS --(Business Wire)-- Sep 07, 2009 The International Engineering Consortium (IEC) today announced the winners of the InfoVision Awards celebrating some of the industry's most notable broadband products, services, and applications. The InfoVision Awards were presented live in front of hundreds of industry professionals today at the Broadband World Forum Europe 2009 at the CNIT La Défense which will continue through Wednesday.

“The caliber of submissions for the InfoVision Awards illustrates great strides in the industry and we’re pleased to honor these advancements,” commented IEC President John Janowiak. “We thank all participants of this year’s awards program and applaud the commitment and vision that advances the ICT industry, which is well represented through this year’s award-winning contributions.”

The 2009 InfoVision winners include the following companies and products in their respective categories:

Category 1: Access Network Technologies and Services

  • Motorola for the CDMA 9100 Series KeepMeConnected Femtocells
  • Overture Networks for the ISG 6000
  • Ubiquisys for the Ubiquisys ZoneGate Femtocell

Category 2: Network and Services Management and Operations

  • Accanto Systems for Mobile X-Ray
  • Openet for Openet Fair Usage Solution
  • Redknee for One Call Resolution

Category 3: Wireless Broadband

  • Ericsson for the EDA 1200 Converged Solution for FTTH and Mobile Backhaul

Category 4: Content, Entertainment, Applications, and Services

  • Nagravision Kudelski Group for the Nagravision Multi Operator Service Delivery Platform
  • Pechora Technologies for HomeCamera
  • Verimatrix for VCAS for DVB

Category 5: Broadband Appliances, Devices, and Home Networking

Category 6: Enabling Silicon and Component-Level Technologies

  • Alcatel-Lucent for Next Gen ONT
  • Freescale Semiconductor for the MSC8156 DSP

Category 7: Core Network Innovation and Advances

  • Huawei Technologies for the Super Mobile Softswitch MSOFX3000
  • Nokia Siemens Networks for Fast Track Voice over LTE
  • ZTE Corporation for the ZXUN xGW Extendable Gateway

Category 8: Metro Network Technologies and Services

  • Fujitsu for the Fujitsu FLASHWAVE 9500 Packet Optical Networking Platform (ONP)
  • Juniper Networks and Nokia Siemens Networks for Carrier Ethernet for Residential and Business Subscribers
  • ZTE Corporation for IxWDM – New Generation WDM Solution

Category 9: Go Green

  • BT for BT Environment and Climate Change Programme

Category 10: New Product Concepts

  • Huawei Technologies

Entries were judged by a panel of industry experts selected from the Technical Program Committee which helped develop the Broadband World Forum’s world-class keynotes, plenary panels, workshops and sessions.

Please visit www.bbwfeurope.com or contact Katie Post at [email protected] or at +1-312-559-3658.

 

 

 

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