GetWireless, Airgain Expand Distribution Agreement
Monday, August 24, 2020 | Comments

Airgain announced the expansion of product offerings with its master distributor, GetWireless.

As one of the largest distributors of cellular connectivity devices that support band 14 communications for first responders, GetWireless offers an extensive product portfolio of public-safety solutions.

“As a master distributor in the U.S., GetWireless provides a large market footprint with a long history of successfully distributing Airgain’s public-safety, fleet and M2M products,” said Bill Swafford, vice president of sales, North America, Airgain. “GetWireless has a proven track record of serving a wide variety of our target markets and the strategic addition of AirgainConnect AC-HPUE strengthens our well-established partnership while increasing our market potential for delivering public-safety solutions.”

The distribution agreement between the two companies has been in place since 2011 and provides resellers and customers of Airgain products across the U.S. with dedicated technical support and expert-level sales consultation for Airgain's public-safety, mobile, automotive fleet, industrial internet of things (IoT) and machine-to-machine (M2M) product portfolio. The addition of AirgainConnect AC-HPUE to its line card provides GetWireless and its customers access to the first antenna-modem with integrated high power user equipment (HPUE), promising up to ten times the transmission power at the antenna for public-safety and fleet vehicles, maximizing coverage, building penetration, throughput and coverage for critical communications. Since 2001, GetWireless has built long-standing carrier relationships and has developed the depth of experience necessary to help customers find the right wireless solutions for automotive fleet, industrial IoT (IIoT), and machine-to-machine (M2M) applications.

“GetWireless is proud to offer the new AirgainConnect HPUE antenna-modem to our community of valued resale partners,” said GetWireless CEO Brian Taney. “We anticipate the AirgainConnect antenna-modem with HPUE will be adopted and implemented by primary and extended primary users with LTE coverage challenges throughout the U.S.”

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