N2N-DL named Infrastructure & Platforms Innovation of the Year

Published: May 31st, 2019

NNNCo’s IoT Data Platform – N2N-DL – has been named Infrastructure & Platforms Innovation of the Year at the 2019 NSW iAwards in Sydney on 30th May.

The iAwards are presented by the Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA), the nation’s peak industry body for the technology sector, and are now in their 26th year to recognise, celebrate and elevate those at the forefront of Australian digital innovation.

The Infrastructure & Platforms Innovation of the Year award was contested by 22 entrants including CSIRO, GrainCorp, TAFE NSW, University of Sydney and Velocity Frequent Flyer.

NNNCo Founder and CEO, Rob Zagarella, accepted the award on the night.

“It’s an honour to receive this award for N2N-DL alongside an incredible pool of Australian innovation and talent,” Mr Zagarella said.

N2N-DL is a middleware database platform that solves complexity, cost and risk barriers of IoT. It decodes, decrypts and delivers data from any device, source or network and applies a common language that enables data to easily integrate into any customer system or analytics platform.

Mr Zagarella added, “The platform has the potential to transform the IoT market by enabling ecosystem players to build best-of-breed solutions to run over a common infrastructure.”

“Lowering cost and complexity with IoT is a big deal. N2N-DL eliminates the cost of sensor integration, facilitates the integration of multiple platforms and sensors, and reduces platform integration hours by integrating into any customer system or analytics / visualisation platform.”

N2N-DL has achieved considerable traction with Government and enterprise customers including Gold Coast City Council, Newcastle City Council and Hunter Water. It has also been selected by major Australian IT distributor, Dicker Data, to be part of the core IoT product for its 5,000-strong reseller networks alongside Cisco hardware and Microsoft’s Azure analytics platform.

See here for a full list of the 2019 award and merit recipients.

Download the N2N-DL Platform paper to find out more.