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Ray Cadena and Bill Rutherford from New Mexico State University Win IoT Pioneer Award

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The IoT Pioneer Award recognizes organizations and project partners who overcome these unique and challenging obstacles in pursuit of the Internet of Things.

ONTARIO, Canada (PRWEB) August 09, 2018

As organizations adopt the Internet of Things to improve operational efficiency and safety, they are faced with unique and challenging infrastructure obstacles. These organizations, along with project partners, must search for new and innovative ways to take advantage of the Internet of Things.

The IoT Pioneer Award recognizes organizations and project partners who overcome these unique and challenging obstacles in pursuit of the Internet of Things. The award recognizes individuals who exhibit trailblazing leadership and leverage the latest innovations, including new Modern LAN design principles.

Ray Cadena (Manager, Telecommunication Systems) and Bill Rutherford (Telecommunications Analyst) from New Mexico State University, as well as Cisco's Rick Lucero (Account Manager, Sales) are receiving the 2018 IoT Pioneer Award for modernizing NMSU's 900-acre campus. By using NVT Phybridge Power over Long Reach Ethernet (PoLRE™) switch technology, NMSU and project partners were able to reuse the existing telephone wires to deploy over 7,000 new IP phones, preventing the rip-and-replace of over 21 tons of telephone cables.

This project was also recognized by IoTG (Internet of Things to the Power of Green) for being an environmentally responsible digital transformation and received a 5-star rating.

To read the full story, visit http://www.nvtphybridge.com/nmsu-cisco-ip

For the original version on PRWeb visit: https://www.prweb.com/releases/ray_cadena_and_bill_rutherford_from_new_mexico_state_university_win_iot_pioneer_award/prweb15677143.htm

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