Do the current products that Edgewater Wireless has have FCC approval to sell in the USA and Canada? Please elaborate as FCC Approval seems confusing.

For innovative technology companies, regulatory approvals can potentially be quite challenging to secure (especially the first time through) and lack of approvals can negatively impact a company’s ability to sell.

It’s worthwhile to note, Edgewater Wireless’ core multi-channel WiFi technology, known as WiFi3™, has received regulatory approval from major bodies including FCC/IC (USA/Canada), ANATEL (Brasil) and CE (EU). Receiving this approval is the most difficult step for innovative companies like Edgewater Wireless.

Today, and as we launch new products in the future, our family of WiFi3™ powered access points will be regularly moving through the homologation process with the appropriate regulatory bodies including the FCC and those in larger, high-density markets in the APAC region.

Is Edgewater Wireless hiring?

Yes we have hired new members to the team, including engineers. Edgewater Wireless is growing the company and actively expanding our team with strategic hires in order to continue our forward momentum.

Can you elaborate on the F500 OEM development status?

Engagements with active customers, F500 partners included, are most often subject to strict confidentiality agreement. We are very active with our F500 partner as previously disclosed, however, our activities are strictly confidential. As per regulatory filing requirements, with respect to our partners need for confidentiality due to the commercial sensitivity of the project, we will disclose more information as the milestones in the project are met.

Why is the time right for Edgewater Wireless technology?

The WiFi world is changing rapidly. People have gone from having a single mobile device to having two or three devices – all connected to WiFi. This is creating major issues with congestion and connectivity which are paralyzing WiFi networks around the world.  WiFi3™ technology solves the issues of congestion and connectivity in high-density networks.

We have a technically better solution for delivering WiFi for high-density applications.