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April 9, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- ENTELEC 2013 (Booth #213) -- FreeWave Technologies, Inc. (
http://www.freewave.com), manufacturer of the most reliable, high-performance spread spectrum and licensed radios for critical data transmission, today announced it will present, exhibit and showcase its latest wireless communication solutions at the annual ENTELEC Spring Conference (
http://www.entelec.org/Events/SpringConference) at the
George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston
April 9 – 11. As a conference Silver sponsor, FreeWave will showcase its latest portfolio of wireless machine-to-machine (M2M) data communication solutions for the oil, gas and energy industries and provide hands-on demos of its latest technologies.
"ENTELEC is a notable gathering of communications and network professionals in the energy industries," said
Ashish Sharma, chief marketing officer at FreeWave Technologies. "In line with our commitment to provide customers the most innovative and reliable technology available in the market, we regard ENTELEC as an opportunity to get direct end-user and partner input on our latest and future offerings."
Presentations Focus on Today's Most Challenging Oil and Gas IssuesDan Steele, FreeWave's market manager for the oil and gas industry, will present
Wednesday, April 10 (
noon to 1 p.m. CDT), on Multi-well Pad Automation and again on
Thursday, April 11(10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. CDT) on Hybrid Communications Networks.
During the latter presentation, Steele will discuss the variety of different technologies available to keep maintenance and monthly costs down; ways to decrease polling cycles and reduce network error-correction times; and offer suggestions for eliminating "pinch points," or single points of failure. His Multi-well Pad Automation presentation will highlight available technologies, examine which are the best fit, and explore how hybrid communications networks can be deployed for optimal multi-well pad automation.