Red Branch Technologies execs targets multi-billion dollar wireless sensor market

ASHBURN, Va., 28 Nov. 2009. Red Branch Technologies Inc. is focusing efforts on the multi-billion dollar wireless sensor market, due to the sustainable power solutions the company offers, reveals a company representative. The sensor market is a significant part of the company's growth strategy due to the market being constrained due to lack of battery life along with the prohibitive costs of changing a battery on a frequent basis, says Jeff Sirianni, CEO, Red Branch Technologies.

Nov 28th, 2009

Posted by Courtney Howard

ASHBURN, Va., 28 Nov. 2009. Red Branch Technologies Inc. is focusing efforts on the multi-billion dollar wireless sensor market, due to the effective sustainable power solutions the company offers, reveals a company representative. The sensor market is a significant part of the company's growth strategy mainly due to the market being constrained due to lack of battery life along with the prohibitive costs of changing a battery on a frequent basis, says Jeff Sirianni, CEO of Red Branch Technologies.

Sirianni believes the sensor market could hold great upside for Red Branch Technologies, given its sustainable power solutions where energy is deployed on an extended basis. "To be able to bring wireless energy to the market and overcome a number of considerable hurdles which have held many back from delivering the kind of services we now offer is a huge plus for Red Branch Technologies."

Sirianni points out the sensor market fits perfectly with Red Branch's new business model. He is quick to point out there are numerous major global corporations focused on the sensor space, such as Intel, Cisco, Honeywell, and GE among others.

"The sensor market is certainly one where we have great confidence in being able to generate revenues, grow profits, build our company and increase shareholder value," says Sirianni. "We are currently looking into ways on how to best implement our solutions in order to maximize their value."

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