Proxim Corporate Overview
Proxim Wireless Corporation (OTC Markets: PRXM) provides Wi-Fi®, Point-to-Point and Point-to-Multipoint 4G wireless network technologies for wireless internet, video surveillance and backhaul applications. Our ORiNOCO® and Tsunami® product lines are sold to service providers, governments and enterprises with over 2 million devices shipped to over 250,000 customers in over 65 countries worldwide. Proxim is ISO 9001-2008 certified.
Regardless of the application, our end-to-end product portfolio enables partners to custom-build the wireless solution that fits customers' specific needs. Our broadband wireless equipment is used by enterprises, service providers, carriers, government entities, educational institutions, healthcare organizations, municipalities and other organizations that need high-performance, secure and scalable broadband wireless solutions.
Headquarters: Silicon Valley, CA
More than 235,000 customers worldwide
More than 1.5 million units deployed
More than 130 U.S. patents generated
Proxim's end-to-end broadband wireless solutions and services have helped more than 235,000 customers around the world enable new applications, increase productivity, decrease expenses, gain operational flexibility and create new business opportunities. To date, Proxim has more than 1.8 million units deployed in the field worldwide.
Products and Technology
Proxim is the only vendor that provides secure, scalable and high-performance broadband wireless systems that can be centrally managed from end-to-end.
Proxim serves customers through a global network of distributors, value-added resellers, system integrators and original equipment manufacturers. Our strong internal sales force also engages in direct-touch, consultative selling with major customers regardless of whether fulfillment is direct or via a channel partner. Our experienced system engineering team is available to provide professional services to both our channel partners and end customers.
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