100% made in Italy Wi-Fi selected as a finalist in the Top 100 Europe Award
Online PR News – 06-April-2013 – Turin, April 3rd, 2013 – Wi-Next, the Italian company founded in 2007 as a start-up of the Polytechnic of Turin, is among finalists at the Red Herring Top 100 Europe Award. The Award is given annually to 100 European companies selected by innovation, financial performance and quality of management. The Award ceremony will be held in Amsterdam on Wednesday, April 10th.
“Entering the final at the Red Herring Top 100 Europe is a confirmation of the goodness of what we have built to date and of the strength of a business model that aims to create value in a market which is crowded but not yet specialized," said Nicola De Carne, CEO of Wi-Next. "We are proud to have been selected as one of the most interesting European Cutting Edge Company”, added De Carne, “one more reason to continue to work harder on our future”.
Wi-Next proposes itself as a center of excellence proudly Made in Italy, able to create highly customized wireless products and solutions. The innovative model offered by Wi-Next for Wi-Fi solutions is based on the N.A.A.W. firmware, which enables the creation of automatic, reliable and economic wireless networks, able to ensure the maximum extension of coverage.
Wi-Next’s growth is not only limited to the Italian market, but it is also recognized in Europe. The nomination at the Red Herring is an important goal that confirms Wi-Next’s great commitment in research and technological development at an international level.
The Red Herring editorial team selected the 100 companies comparing the characteristics of hundreds of companies in various sectors: from telecommunications to security, from biotechnology to web 2.0. The 100 companies will be now evaluated on the basis of quantitative and qualitative criteria such as: financial performance, technology innovation, social value, quality of management, impact on the market, annual compound growth rate, execution of strategy and integration in the sector.