Wytec International, a wholly owned subsidiary of Competitive Companies Inc. (OTCQB: CCOP) announced today the signing of a “key” design and development agreement with a well-known manufacturing and design operation with offices in the U.S. for its Small Cell technology solution.
“In choosing our manufacturer, we are confident of an alliance that ensures the use of next generation technology, timely development, quality production and design protection,” said William H. Gray, CEO of Wytec. “We foresee the LPN-16 as having a significant impact for both municipalities and carriers with its high capacity, aesthetically pleasing design and ability to incorporate up to 16 different frequencies ‘shared’ in one device (Node) and at one transmitting location.”
In a most recent FCC Public Notice, the Center for Advanced Communications (CAC), created by the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) announced its collaborative role to expedite access to among other facilities, utility poles. The LPN-16 Node has been specifically designed to rapidly deploy on municipal utility poles making it an ideal candidate for the CAC’s model city initiative as well as participate in the rapidly expanding Small Cells as Service (SCaaS) industry forecasted to exceed $15 Billion by 2018 stated by SNS Research.
The LPN-16’s unique modular design, field upgradeability, ease and speed of deployment and cost effectiveness makes Wytec’s Small Cell Node virtually impervious to technological evolution. Essentially the LPN-16 is the most adaptable Small Cell solution in existence. The Company is confident that its unique manufacturing alliance will effectively guarantee quality and supply for the foreseeable future and will be essential to Wytec’s aggressive Small Cell Node distribution strategy.
Wytec currently builds high-capacity wireless networks in urban centers utilizing state-of-the-art millimeter wave technology and sells commercial broadband services to businesses through Capaciti Networks, Inc. another wholly owned subsidiary of CCI. Network operations are now present in Columbus, Ohio, San Antonio, TX and soon, Denver, Colorado, Sacramento, San Diego and San Jose in California. All of these will be markets for the LPN-16 Small Cell Node deployment.
About Competitive Companies, Inc.
Competitive Companies, Inc., founded in 1998, is a Nevada-based corporation with corporate offices in San Antonio, Texas. The Company primary business focus is acquiring and providing next generation fixed and mobile wireless broadband technologies through its subsidiaries Wytec International, Inc. and Capaciti Networks Inc. Most recently, Wytec has filed a provisional patent for its unique Small Cell Node called the LPN-16 and is scheduled to pilot test the technology in three cities by the end of 2014. Test will include a host of service providers including carriers, Cable operators and Fiber to the Home (FTTH) service providers.
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SOURCE: Competitive Companies Inc.