WiSilica Receives IoT Evolution Smart Machines Innovation Award

WiSe Connect Platform Honored for Leadership and Innovation


ALISO VIEJO, Calif., January 26, 2016 – WiSilica, the company that is creating smart environments, today announced that its WiSe Connect platform for the Internet of Things and smart home has received a 2015 Smart Machines Innovation Award from IoT Evolution magazine, the leading publication covering IoT technologies.

“It is my pleasure to recognize the WiSe Connect Platform, an inventive solution that has earned WiSilica the 2015 IoT Evolution Smart Innovation Award,” said Rich Tehrani, CEO, TMC. “I look forward to seeing more innovation from WiSilica’s IoT platform and services in the future.”

The IoT Evolution Smart Machines Innovation Award honors products, services, platforms, and applications that are part of the intelligent device market. WiSilica’s IoT Platform was recognized for demonstrating continued innovation in enabling systems for new smart home, lighting and energy management IoT applications. Taking advantage of the existing smartphone ecosystem, the WiSe IoT platform makes it easy to bring together infrastructure, sensors, devices and people into a single unified, smart environment based on a Wi-Fi and Bluetooth low-energy (BLE)-based mesh-networking platform.

“Receiving this 2015 IoT Evolution Smart Machines Innovation Award is further validation of WiSilica’s growing leadership in IoT innovation,” said Suresh Singamsetty, founder and CEO of WiSilica. “On behalf of our engineering team and the partners who are transforming their businesses into smart environments with our WiSe platform, we’re honored to accept this award.”

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About WiSilica

WiSilica is a leading provider of IoT solutions with its open platform that easily, flexibly and cost-effectively bridges objects, location and people to create smart environments that have predictive intelligence. WiSilica simplifies the challenges with today’s IoT by enabling connected devices to understand contextual elements such as user behaviors, sensor inputs and proximity. The result is a true smart environment under de-centralized control, in which customers can connect energy, public infrastructure and healthcare systems with intelligent devices managed by mobile apps and the cloud.

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