5G Wireless Communications, Inc. (OTCBB:FGWI), located in Marina del Rey, CA, creates and markets wireless broadband solutions for university and municipal campuses, and provides wireless networking equipment to a select group of VARs and WISPs through its Authorized Channel Partners program.
Customers enjoy high performance internet access at lower acquisition, implementation and maintenance costs than most major competitors because of uniquely enhanced Wi-Fi Base Stations. 5G Wi-Fi HotZones™ are distinguished by their exceptional service area range, throughput speeds, number of concurrent users, Non-Line-Of-Sight (NLOS) capabilities and unique security protocol. These enhancements are compatible with standard IEEE 802.11b Wi-Fi equipment for “last mile” roaming
and point-to-multipoint networks. 5G’s value proposition - significantly increased performance at the lowest possible Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) - is quickly becoming a key consideration in the strategic deployment of the wireless experience.
The company has successfully deployed its Campus-Wide Area Network™ (C-WAN) solutions on several campuses including UCLA, CSULB, Cedarville University, Franklin University, Monmouth University, College of DuPage, Westchester Community College and others.
Its CityWide Wide Area Networks™ (CW-WANs) have been deployed with the government, police and fire departments of Garden Grove, Oxnard, and Pleasanton, CA, and provide citywide wireless broadband coverage in New Smyrna Beach,
FL and Westminster, CA.
Healthcare applications include wireless infrastructures for DeWitt Rehabilitation Center, NY and Hunterdon Center, NJ. Recreation applications include Mazda Raceway, Dana Point Harbor and Gaslamp Plaza in California.
5G Wireless also works with Wireless Internet Service Providers (WISPs) to provide broadband Internet services to homes and businesses in such cities as Salinas, CA, Tampa, FL, and Hillsboro, OH.
A growing portion of the broadband market has found that existing wireline access solutions are insufficient due to long provisioning times by incumbent carriers, user mobility requirements and budget restrictions. Market demand for broadband connectivity continues to increase on a daily basis. The wireless equipment market is expected to top $5 bil. in 2006.
Current competitive wireless solutions entail excessive hardware requirements (i.e., hundreds of Access Points) resulting in prohibitive upfront Capital Expenses (CapEx) and ongoing Operational Expenses (OpEx), particularly regarding network administration and maintenance. One 5G Base Station can replace 50-70 Access Points, thereby reducing both CapEx and OpEx. The result: the lowest possible TCO in the business.
-NLOS capabilities in unlicensed 2.4 Ghz spectrum servicing distances up to 8 miles
-Highly scalable network architecture allowing 3,000+ users per Base Station
-Enhanced MAC level security capabilities
-Proprietary technology with two provisional patents