The company that says “If you can’t Be there, Beam there” won the Gold Medal Globee in the 16th annual 2021 awards: PORTL, which was also recognized for its value in combating COVID risk, will head to the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona next
San Francisco, NFAPost: The Globee® Awardshas named PORTL Inc. the Telecommunications Startup of the Year and awarded it Gold and Bronze Medals in the 16th Annual 2021 IT World Awards®.
PORTL was also recognized for combating the spread of COVID-19 by enabling people to reduce travel while still having meaningful interaction and real presence anywhere in the world from the safety of their home or office.
PORTL will make its debut at the most important telecom event of the year later this month at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
PORTL, which launched before the pandemic, has grown rapidly as high profile users such as IWC CEO Christoph Grainger, entertainment industry leader Sean Combs and the hip hop group Migos have all “beamed’ themselves recently via the PORTL Epic for major media events reported in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, NBC, TMZ, Billboard and more.
PORTL Inc Founder, Inventor & CEO David Nussbaum said this year has shown the value in being able to ‘beam’ to places you can’t be physically.
“But what we do goes beyond pandemic concerns: PORTL Holoportation speaks to environmental sustainability, education, business growth, telehealth, and bringing families together. PORTL is honored to be recognized by IT World as the Telecom Startup of the Year and to stand among so many great innovators,” said David Nussbaum.
More than 65 judges from around the world representing a wide spectrum of industry experts participated in the judging process which recognized information technology and cyber security vendors with advanced, ground-breaking products, solutions, and services that are helping set the bar higher for others.
Co-President of Globee Awards San Madan said the information technology industry continues to show its resilience across the globe.
“The tech sector is robust and innovative. And the pandemic has changed the way people live, work, shop, and socialize thereby accelerating demand for newer technologies and innovations everywhere,” said San Madan.
(The story is based on inputs from GLOBE NEWSWIRE)