FreeWave Technologies Announced as a Finalist for the Communication Technology Professionals' Ascent Award

Wed, 04/20/2011 - 7:45am
BOULDER, Colo., /PRNewswire/ -- FreeWave Technologies today announced it was selected as one of three finalists out of several hundred candidates for The Ascent Award by Communications Technology Professionals (CTP), Colorado's premier association of communications and technology professionals. The award ceremony was held on April 7, 2011 at The Brown Palace Hotel in Denver, Colo.

"We were delighted to be chosen as an Ascent Award finalist by the Communication Technology Professionals organization," said Ashish Sharma, chief marketing officer of FreeWave Technologies. "This award helps promote awareness of the communication industry's dynamic and competitive nature, while also inspiring other companies and individuals to have a positive impact on Colorado's economy and local communities."

CTP has attracted members, participants, sponsors and supporters from across the communications ecosystem, including broadband, mobile, information technology, cable, satellite and unified communications. Through CTP's encouragement of greater communication and coordination across this ecosystem, the organization helps position Colorado as a preferred location for business expansion.

"It was nearly impossible to pick a winner from our top three finalists," said Joshua Holmberg, president of CTP.  "While FreeWave didn't take the top spot for the award, we were impressed with their commitment to delivering world-class radio data communications to a variety of industries.  Each finalist was in very different verticals and each was unique in its approach to the marketplace.  I consider all three finalists as winners, and appreciate FreeWave's dedication to the Colorado community."

The Ascent Award is given to the firm that best represents the Colorado spirit of innovation, growth and drive in telecommunications and is poised to make a near-term impact on the industry. Ascent nominees were selected based on assorted criteria and offered for voting from CTP associates.


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