The NetEvents 2017 IoT and Cloud Innovation Awards recognise and identify the most innovative start-ups and established companies in the fields of Internet of Things Innovation and Cloud Innovation. These awards offer you the chance to gain industry-wide recognition for your endeavours and achievements.
Judged by an independent panel of highly respected judges including IT professionals, industry gurus, the tech investment community including Silicon Valley VC’s, plus leading technology press and industry analysts from around the globe.
To date the NetEvents awards programme has led to over $100,000 of charitable donations, from 100% of the money going to charity.
These awards recognise organizations leading in the fast-moving, rapidly evolving fields of Cloud/Datacentre Computing; the Internet of Things (IoT); and Cybersecurity. Entrants may be in any market segment related to these areas, and need not be pure-play companies working in those areas.
• Cloud/Datacentre Computing entrants may be a service provider offering IaaS/PaaS environments for private clouds; high-speed interconnects for physical datacentres; SD-WAN or MPLS links for wide-area networks; SaaS-based platforms for network management; backup and disaster recovery; or physical servers and infrastructure. In addition, entrants may offer generalized solutions, or special products/services for local markets, or for vertical industries like financial services, government, manufacturing, or education.
• Internet of Things entrants may create or offer end devices, including full mobile computers, industrial sensors, healthcare products, drones or Smart Cities equipment. IoT entrants could also supply software solutions for securing and managing IoT devices and applications, as well as cloud-based services to support IoT, such as to gather or analyze remote data. They may provide connectivity for the IoT, such as over WiFi, cellular data networks, or the network core. They may serve carriers or the enterprise.
• Cybersecurity entrants may be involved in any aspect of the kill chain, from detecting breaches or vulnerabilities, to fixing and patching systems, tracking intrusion, targeting hackers, and providing post-breach analytics and forensics. They may offer software solutions that are installed on endpoints, enterprise servers, virtual machines, cloud servers/containers, and carrier networks. Entrants may offer hardware such as firewalls, or virtual solutions such as next-generation firewalls. They may also provide threat intelligence services, security testing tools and services, and security information and event management (SIEM) solutions.
These awards will be presented at a gala dinner held during the NetEvents Global Press & Analyst Summit in San Jose, California, USA on the September 28, 2017.
For Pre IPO companies. The first round will be judged by international Press and Analysts. Finalists, in this award category, are invited to give a short elevator-pitch presentation in a ‘Shark Tank’ style final to the judging panel’s VCs, business angels, entrepreneurs and IT industry leaders in front of an audience of international press and analysts at the NetEvents Global Press & Analyst Summit in San Jose, California, USA on the 28th of September, 2017.
For established companies offering innovative and exciting products/services in Cloud/Datacentre; IoT; CyberSecurity and/or AI, recognised as an industry leader, paving the way for the world – judged by the panel of leading NetEvents Press and Analysts, representing over 35 countries around the world.
Entry Deadline: 25th August 2017
Finalists Announced: 12th September 2017
Entry Fees: There is a nominal entry fee for each award of $275USD
ENTRY NOW CLOSED
Co-located at the NetEvents Global Press & Analyst Summit, the Awards evening will be attended by 50+ key Technology Press & Analysts from around the globe at a Gala Dinner on Thursday 28th September 2017 at the Dolce Hayes Mansion in San Jose, California, USA. This year all proceeds from the awards plus donations during the Awards Gala Dinner will be donated to three charities: Prostate Cancer Research, STEM and UNICEF.
Host a Table of 8: $1,495 per table
Individual Tickets: $195 per person
The IoT & Cloud Innovation Award 2017 entrants are judged by an independent panel of highly respected judges including IT professionals, industry gurus, the tech investment community including Silicon Valley VC’s, plus leading technology press and industry analysts from around the globe.
These prestigious awards were presented at the NetEvents Global Press & Analyst Summit’s Evening Celebration on Thursday 28th September 2017 at the Dolce Hayes Mansion in San Jose. The IoT & Cloud Innovation awards dinner was co-located with the NetEvents Global Press & Analyst Summit which was attended by 65+ key Technology Press & Analysts representing 35+ countries from around the world. This year all proceeds from the Awards, plus profits and donations from the evening, will be donated to three charities: Prostate Cancer Research, STEM and UNICEF.
Award presented by: : Rajesh Ghai, Research Director, Telecom Network Infrastructure, IDC
Award presented by: Rajesh Ghai, Research Director, Telecom Network Infrastructure, IDC
Award received by: Mansour Karam, CEO and Founder, Apstra
Award presented by: Robert Haim, Principal Analyst – Business Analysis & IoT, ACG Research
Award presented by: Robert Haim, Principal Analyst – Business Analysis & IoT, ACG Research to Gary Singh, Vice President of Marketing, OnDot
Award presented by: Jason Bloomberg, Contributor; President, Forbes, Intellyx
Award presented by: Jason Bloomberg, Contributor; President, Forbes, Intellyx to Greg Fitzgerald, Chief Operating Officer & Chief Marketing Officer, Javelin Networks
Award received by: Greg Fitzgerald, Chief Operating Officer & Chief Marketing Officer, Javelin Networks
Award presented by: Mike Sapien, Principal Analyst – Enterprise Services, Ovum
Award received by: Patrick Rogers, Head of Marketing and Product, Cohesity
Award presented by: Erin Dunne, Director of Research Services, Vertical Systems Group
Erin Dunne, Director of Research Services, Vertical Systems Group
Award presented by: Mike Spanbauer, VP of Research Strategy, NSS Labs
Award presented by: Mike Spanbauer, VP of Research Strategy, NSS Labs to Brett Usinger, Darktrace
Award presented by: Mark Fox, CEO, NetEvents to Mansour Karam, CEO and Founder, Apstra
Winner: Professor David Cheriton, Founder & Chief Scientist, Apstra
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