AT&T was awarded the 2015 MSGS Best Overall Presentation award for delivering the best, most well received 2015 MSGS public power utility executive boardroom presentations.
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Palm Beach Gardens, FL. – July 6. The 2015 Municipal Smart Grid Summit (MSGS) and Zpryme announces Sensus, Futura Systems and AT&T as award winning vendors at the fifth annual MSGS held June 21-23, 2015 at the PGA National Resort & Spa.
Forty-three participating smart grid technology vendors competed for three award categories (Best Smart Grid Solution, Smart Grid Vendor To Watch and Best Overall Boardroom Presentation). Awards were voted on by one hundred utility executives representing some of the most progressive public power utilities in North America.
AT&T was awarded the 2015 MSGS Best Overall Presentation award for delivering the best, most well received 2015 MSGS public power utility executive boardroom presentations. AT&T Inc. is a premier communications holding company with a powerful array of network resources that includes the nation’s fastest and most reliable 4G LTE network. AT&T is a leading provider of wireless, Wi-Fi, high speed Internet, voice and cloud-based services with a suite of IP-based business communications services that is one of the most advanced in the world. The top four vendors nominated for having the Best Overall 2015 RSGS Boardroom Presentation were AT&T, Sensus, Futura Systems and S&C Electric.
The Smart Grid Summits (SGS) consist of four annual utility business development events called the Municipal Smart Grid Summit (MSGS), the Smart Water Summit (SWS), the Rural Smart Grid Summit (RSGS) and the Gas Utility Summit (GUS). As exclusive and invitation only events, the SGS produce private boardroom format events that offer participating technology vendors access to the executive leadership of North America’s public power, rural electric cooperative, gas and water utilities. Technology companies interested in participating in the 2015 Smart Water Summit, 2015 Rural Smart Grid Summit, 2015 Gas Utility Summit, and/or the 2015 Municipal Smart Grid Summit should contact Colin Martin at cmartinsmartgridsummits.com or by phone at (864) 751-4812.