Baylin Technologies Inc.
  • Baylin Technologies (BYL) subsidiary, Galtronics US, has received its first order for its multibeam antennas from the European market
  • The Galtronics sales team is in Barcelona attending Mobile World Congress and has received an order from this area
  • Wireless carriers deploy the multi-beam antennas to cover high-traffic and challenging locations
  • Baylin is a diversified global technology company
  • Baylin Technologies Inc. (BYL) remains steady, trading at C$0.39 per share at 1:06 pm ET

Baylin Technologies (BYL) subsidiary, Galtronics US, has received its first order for its multibeam antennas from the European market.

The Galtronics sales team is in Barcelona attending Mobile World Congress and has received an order from this area.

As per the company, the North American customers have already purchased and had very well received the antennas. Galtronics is looking to build on its favourable reception in North America by aggressively expanding sales globally.

Minya Gavrilovic, the President of Galtronics, commented on the news.

“I am thrilled with the response to the newly released Galtronics multi-beam antennas. It rivals expensive lens-based solutions by providing lens-like beam stability at a panel antenna price point. Now more than ever, people expect high-capacity connectivity no matter where they are.”

Wireless carriers deploy multi-beam antennas for various use cases. It covers high-traffic and challenging locations, such as major airports as well as high-capacity venues. These places have a density of customer traffic and require an exceptional wireless solution.

Baylin is a diversified global technology company. It focuses on the research, design, development, manufacturing, and sale of passive and active radio-frequency products. It includes satellite communications products and supporting services.

Baylin Technologies Inc. (BYL) remains steady, trading at C$0.39 per share at 1:06 pm ET.


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