NXT Communications Corporation has announced that the company has opened a new 10,000 sq. foot production facility in Metro Atlanta. The company’s new facility will produce the state of the art commercially viable electronically steered antenna to meet the global demand of affordable broadband connectivity.
The company has further added the facility will produce the next generation aviation trucking, satellite broadband antennas and other fixed and mobility wireless markets. The NXTCOMM is targeting land mobile applications and inflight connectivity, such as first responders and trucking fleets. The company also announced the official plans to begin the air-testing of aero antenna in further quarters with low-rate production in early 2021.
The company has further added that the commercial market connected equipment across maritime and aviation and vehicle industries is expected to surpass the $500 Billion mark in the next 10 – 15 years.
Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of NXTCOMM, Dave Horton said, “We are excited to open our facility in Georgia, a transportation, logistics and aerospace hub nurtured by leading R&D institutions like Georgia Tech, strong engineering and technical schools and a tech-savvy workforce.”
“Unlike traditional antenna designs, our antennas are modular by design and easily mass producible in any form factor to meet global demand for wireless connectivity – anywhere,” Horton further added in the statement.
Co-Founder and President of NXTCOMM, Tim Morton said, “Our goal is to drive production efficiencies with our next-generation, modular, high-performing antenna designs, a lower cost product and connectivity service solutions supporting the mobile connectivity marketplace.”
Chairman of Cherokee Office of Economic Development, Marshall Day said, “We are excited to have NXTCOMM in Cherokee and look forward to further partnerships and much success as they continue to empower connectivity within the satellite and mobility markets.”