9dot is pleased to announce that it has joined the Wireless Internet Service Providers Association (WISPA), the leading industry forum.
WISPA, which represents over 800 members in the telecom industry, aims to promote, advance, and grow the fixed wireless community, with a member base consisting of both wireless Internet service providers and vendors serving WISPs. WISPA has hosted its WISPAPALOOZA conference, promoting the development, advancement, and unification of the wireless Internet service provider industry, serving both residential and business customers, including rural areas.
By joining WISPA, 9dot strengthens its position in the US Market as the specialist in the conception and design of protection systems, monitoring, and control of devices powered by Power Over Ethernet (POE). 9dot solutions accelerate and simplify WiSPs’ business thanks to site remote control, synchronization, surge protection and monitoring real-time consumption of every single device.
“We are really enthusiastic to be part of WISPA, and we’re confident that this experience will allow us to develop one of the most important markets in the world. WISPA will be a strategic partner to allow the community of American WISPs to learn about our valuable solutions “said Francesco Zaccaro, founder and CEO of 9dot. “Provide opportunities for WISPs to interact, learn from, and help each other is the point that struck me the most about Wispa goals.”
WISPA is a 501.c6 advocacy organization representing its membership and other companies who are part of the industry ecosystem. The Association promotes the development, advancement, and unification of the wireless Internet service provider industry.
WISPA has over 800 members consisting of wireless Internet service providers, municipal wireless internet providers, electric and telephone cooperative wireless Internet providers, equipment manufacturers, service vendors, and other interested parties. These members support the industry which delivers broadband Internet to over 4 million users via 3000+ Internet Service Providers (ISPs) that serve both residential and business customers, often in exclusively rural areas. WISPA works to promote the development, advancement, and unification of the wireless Internet service provider industry.