RoamAD sold to global wireless provider

Auckland-based wi-fi firm bought by Xiocom

Auckland-based wi-fi provider RoamAD has been acquired by global wireless broadband provider Xiocom Wireless.

In a statement on RoamAD’s website today, RoamAD CEO Martyn Levy says “I am very excited to join Xiocom, a company with the team, vision and resources to build upon the success that RoamAD has achieved”.

According to the statement, “The strategic acquisition of the RoamAD platform brings to Xiocom an industry-leading router and network management technology for wireless broadband networks.

“The integration of RoamAD and Xiocom technologies enables a more cost-effective and rapid deployment of wireless broadband networks globally”.

Xiocom describes itself as “a global provider of integrated wireless broadband solutions” and says its XioSphere platform “offers a range of flexible, market-driven services that substantially reduces the cost to design, deploy and manage broadband wireless networks”.

RoamAD has provided infrastructure and services for wi-fi networks in New Zealand, Australia, the US and in other countries.

Its local projects include contributing to a security camera project in Newmarket, Auckland, and it is a partner of Kordia.

Overseas, it has supplied wi-fi services to the Dominican Republic, among other countries.

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