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RoamAd Wi-Fi wins over Kordia

RoamAd Wi-Fi wins over Kordia

Trans-Tasman communications company Kordia has signed a deal for distribution of RoamAD’s converged metro Wi-Fi in New Zealand. “Metro Wi-Fi is becoming a strong global trend,” says Kordia’s CEO Geoff Hunt.

“In the US alone, this technology has already opened up a US$3 billion market – with estimated year-on-year growth of around 100 percent,” says Martyn Levy, CEO of RoamAD. Levy says Kordia is poised to deliver on the growing demand in New Zealand for standards-based, mobile broadband access.

“RoamAD is pleased to partner with Kordia to deploy metro Wi-Fi networks throughout New Zealand,” he says. Metro Wi-Fi was first developed by RoamAD here in Auckland.


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