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Frost & Sullivan Gala Honors 2014 Excellence in Best Practices Award Recipients Innovative Companies Celebrate at Annual Event

MOUNTAIN VIEW, California, Jan. 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Frost & Sullivan honored recipients of its 2014 Excellence in Best Practices Awards at a dinner gala held Tuesday, January 14, in New Orleans at the Loews New Orleans Hotel.

The Excellence in Best Practices Awards are presented each year to companies that are predicted to encourage significant growth in their industries, have identified emerging trends before they became the standard in the marketplace, and have created advanced technologies that will catalyze and transform industries in the near future.

Awarded companies included:

Advanced Analytical Technologies, Inc. - 2014 North American Sample Analysis New Product Innovation Award

Air Enterprises - 2013 North American Data Center Cooling Product Line Strategy Leadership Award

Alpha Technologies - 2013 Global Backup Power Solutions Entrepreneurial Company of the Year Award

AxoGen, Inc. - 2013 North American Peripheral Nerve Repair New Product Innovation Leadership Award

BioMarker Strategies - 2013 North American Cancer Diagnostics Technology Innovation Leadership Award

Centrisys Centrifuge Systems - 2013 North American Industrial and Municipal Dewatering Entrepreneurial Company of the Year Award

ClearEdge Power - 2013 North American Stationary Fuel Cell Company of the Year Award

Cutting Edge Superconductors, Inc. - 2013 North American Superconductor Technology for MRI Technology Innovation Leadership Award

CyboEnergy, Inc. - 2013 Global Solar Inverter Product Differentiation Excellence Award

Denodo Technologies - 2013 North American Data Virtualization Platforms New Product Innovation Leadership Award

Federal-Mogul - 2013 North American Maintenance and Repair Services Customer Value Leadership Award

FireEye - 2014 Global Web & E-mail Content Security Customer Value Enhancement Award

Firstsource Solutions Ltd. - 2013 North American Contact Center Outsourcing New Product Innovation Award

Getaround, Inc. - 2014 North American Car-Sharing Collaborative Consumption Entrepreneurial Company of the Year Award

Heller Industries - 2013 Global SMT Reflow Soldering Equipment Company of the Year Award

Infilco Degremont - 2013 North American Municipal Biosolids Treatment Company of the Year Award

Level 3 Communications

2013 North American Wholesale Wavelength Services Market Share Leadership Award

2013 North American VoIP Access and SIP Trunking Services Competitive Strategy Leadership Award

LiquidCool Solutions, Inc. - 2013 North American Data Center Cooling Customer Value Enhancement Award

MetraTech Corp. - 2013 Global Stratecast Complex Relationship Billing Technology Innovation Award

NEC - 2014 Global Strong Authentication Customer Value Leadership Award

Opera Solutions, LLC - 2013 Global Big Data Analytics Customer Value Leadership Award

Parkmobile USA - 2014 North American Mobile Payment Solutions Company of
the Year Award

PlateSmart Technologies a d/b/a of Cyclops Technologies, Inc. - 2013 North American License Plate Recognition Software Technology Innovation Leadership Award

ProntoForms Corporation - 2013 North American Mobile Forms Customer Value Leadership Award

SafeNet, Inc. - 2013 Global Software Monetization Market Share Leadership Award

Thinking Phone Networks, Inc - 2013 North American Hosted IP Telephony and UCC Services Company of the Year Award

Verizon - 2013 North American Managed Security Services Market Share Leadership Award

Windstream - 2013 North American VoIP Access and SIP Trunking Services Growth Excellence Leadership Award

Frost & Sullivan's Best Practices Awards recognize companies in a variety of regional and global markets for demonstrating outstanding achievement and superior performance in areas such as leadership, technological innovation, customer service and strategic product development. Industry analysts compare market participants and measure performance through in-depth interviews, analysis and extensive secondary research in order to identify best practices.

For further information about the Awards gala, please contact a member of the Best Practices Team.

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