SYRACUSE, N.Y., January 25, 2021 – JMA Wireless (JMA), a revolutionary American wireless technology company, today released the following statement of support for President Biden’s “Made in America” Executive Order:
“As an American company focused on re-establishing U.S. leadership in wireless technology with approximately 600 people engaged in R&D and manufacturing across the country, JMA applauds President Biden’s support of American manufacturers, businesses, and workers. By ensuring the federal government invests taxpayer dollars in American businesses—both large and small—this order will promote American innovation, which is critical as the country works to rapidly transition to 5G, bridge the digital divide for underserved communities, and strengthen our national defense,” said JMA CEO John Mezzalingua.
JMA designs, codes, and manufactures 4G and 5G solutions in the U.S. and is the first and only company to provide a carrier-grade network entirely through software that matches the performance of hardware-focused RAN providers, like Ericsson, Nokia, Samsung, Huawei, and ZTE. As a result of this innovative technology, JMA was the only American RAN provider recently selected by the Department of Defense for its 5G launch trials. JMA is building a new $55 million 5G campus in Syracuse, New York, which is under construction and scheduled to open in August. The facility will create over 200 high-value jobs and manufacture advanced 5G mmWave products and private wireless network technology.
A disruptive force in the wireless industry, JMA is restoring U.S. leadership in wireless technology at a critical time in the transition to 5G. Based in Syracuse, New York, JMA makes the world’s most advanced software-based 5G platform, which it designs, codes, and manufactures in the United States. JMA’s cutting-edge technology—most notably a revolutionary software solution called XRAN—is ushering in a new era of innovation and connectivity for businesses, workers, and ultimately consumers. For more information, visit jmawireless.com.
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