AM Technologies secures the prestigious Aegis Graham Bell Award 2019 in ‘Innovation in IoT’ Category – Aegis Graham Bell Awards

GOA, India 1st February 2019: Aegis Graham Bell Award 2019 announced AM Technologies as winner in
“Innovation in IoT” category for their “amiot”, the Remote & Smart Monitoring -Field Services Management Digital Platform.
AM Technologies has been applauded as the winner at the 9th edition of Aegis Graham Bell

Award 2019 hosted by Government of Goa at Entertainment Society of Goa, Panaji.

Aegis Graham Bell Awards (AGBA) has been promoting innovations in the ICT domain. AGBA has been rewarding those who have been contributing in these fields, for 8 years with a vision to foster and stimulate innovators for India to become the nucleus of innovations.

“amiot” empowers industry to automate their equipment smarter by enabling machine to machine communication, automating exceptions through auto-actuation or through intelligent resource scheduling, thereby optimizing operational costs.
“AM Technologies and their innovation ‘amiot’ have won the Aegis Graham Bell Award. amiot” is a smart and secured IoT platform powered for constructing machine to machine communication. We applaud the impactful innovation” – Bhupesh Daheria, Jury & Founder, Aegis Graham Bell Awards; CEO, Aegis School of Business, Data Science, Cyber Security & Telecom

“We, at AM Technologies are honored and humbled in receiving the coveted Aegis Graham Bell Award. The award is an endorsement of the impact Internet of Things (IoT) can play in harnessing the possibilities to build smart solutions, thereby addressing critical business needs in the remote and smart monitoring space”, said Somjit Amrit, Country Manager and Head of CoE, AM Technologies.

About AM Technologies:

With four decades of experience serving customers across the globe, AM Technologies is a pioneer in the development and deployment of remote monitoring systems for varied applications, employing technology that has evolved over the years and now being enabled by the Internet of Things. The company is headquartered in McLean, VA, USA in the Dulles Technology Corridor adjacent to Washington DC, USA and its Technology Center of Excellence is based in Chennai, India.

About Aegis Graham Bell Awards:

Aegis School of Business, Data Science, Cyber Security and Telecommunication has established the Aegis Graham Bell Award as a tribute to the father of telephony, Alexander Graham Bell. This Award is intended to promote innovations in the Information and Communication Technology (ICT) to provide recognition for outstanding contributions by the innovators. The award is powered by mUni Campus. It is organized with the support of Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI), and Telecom Centers of Excellence (TCOE) India, a public-private partnership initiative of DoT with 08 Centers at premier academic institutes (06 IITs, IISc and IIMA) of the country, each supported by a Telecom Service Provider and Convergence India and KPMG as knowledge partner. For more information, please visit:

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AM Technologies and Ashling Systems Collaborate on RISC-V Technology for IoT Applications

There is no dispute that the number of Internet of Things (IoT) devices is growing rapidly, reaching the tens of billions by 2020.  The cloud computing model for processing data in IoT applications will surely be strained beyond its limits as these applications grow not only in number, but also in complexity.  With the maturation of IoT, use cases such as complex image and signal processing are certain to generate an inordinate amount of data at the device level.  Moreover, many of these devices must transmit this extensive quantity of data through low-bandwidth wireless links such as NB-IoT and LoRa.  To this we can add one more challenge: operating the device with full functionality over an extended period of time with limited power availability.

To address these emerging challenges, AM Technologies and Ashling Systems have come together on a collaborative project, applying their collective expertise in the disciplines of Remote Monitoring, IoT and RISC-V development and test tools.  RISC stands for Reduced Instruction Set Computing, a technology that utilizes a small subset of instructions to carry out processing.  With a reduced set of instructions, the speed of processing is optimized and more efficient, while consuming less power.  RISC-V technology is ideal for embedded IoT applications with low or no power availability coupled with highly reliable performance demands.

AM Technologies’ experience in Remote Monitoring Systems spans a four decade period, with a customer base across numerous industries including Telecom, Broadband, Data Centers and Smart Buildings.  The company has developed the “amiot” IoT platform, offering customers the ability to “Connect, Monitor and Act.” With the amiot platform, remote IoT sensors connect to cognitive cloud intelligence, enabling an unprecedented level of system management and enterprise productivity.

Ashling Systems provides the RiscFree™ Ecosystem, a unique Cloud Platform and Comprehensive IoT Test Bed, for use in the development and validation of RISC-V applications within the setup environment or a pre-hardware simulation and modeling environment.  Ashling’s debug tools include full IDE, RISC-V compilation, RTOS-aware debugging, JTAG probe, trace and a full suite of simulation with hardware modeling.

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AM Technologies Ships One Millionth Transponder for Cable TV OSP Monitoring

AM Technologies, the leading manufacturer of DOCSIS transponders for Cable TV outside plant equipment, announced today the shipment of one million transponders to MSO’s and OEM Equipment Manufacturers.  AM DOCSIS transponders are installed in power supplies and nodes for monitoring the health of these critical devices, to ensure the reliability of the Cable TV outside plant.

“This is an important milestone for our company, our OEM partners and the industry, sending a message that network integrity is critical to the performance of Cable Television and Internet services” said Bret Matz, President of AM Technologies. “With our fourth-generation DOCSIS transponder, and exclusive supplier agreements with leading OEM equipment manufacturers, AM has solidified its position as the market leader in this product segment for years to come.”