December 7, 2021

Connectivity Wireless has been named one of the 10 Most Innovative Telecom Solution Providing Companies to Watch 2021.

In today’s hyperconnectivity age, reliable and robust wireless coverage and capacity is critical to business operations, let alone normal everyday human interaction. On average, people check their phones once every 12 minutes and devote more than five hours every day to their mobile devices. As our generation goes beyond mobile phones to include access through our companion gadgets (IoT), which are always on and always connected, the mobile usage trend will continue to increase. At the same time, there is a conundrum to solve as indoor wireless coverage is not adequate in more than 40% of large U.S. buildings and office spaces. This is the wireless challenge that CIOs and CTOs are struggling to solve today.

To add to this challenge, the industry is evolving at lightspeed. The pun is intended, as 5G, private networking/CBRS, Wi-Fi 6, combined with the FCC’s newly released spectrum known as the C Band, or mmWave spectrum, coupled with new technologies being introduced every day creates a world of possibilities. That’s just the infrastructure layer. Software developers are also adding new layers of applications on top of this capacity, and businesses are seeking to implement the next, revolutionary capability that can change people’s lives.

As you can imagine, this array of choice and opportunity comes with a mind-boggling struggle. The struggle is how to decide on the correct suite of wireless hardware and software functionality that aligns with the environment in which the business specifically operates. Companies want to drive digital revolution for their operations that go beyond just handset connectivity. As it stands 4G/5G systems are more complicated and security has become increasingly difficult as the deployment of cutting-edge IoT devices grows at an exponential rate. Navigating this environment is quite complex, and this is where Connectivity Wireless is making a dent in the industry.

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