A merger between Curvalux UK Ltd and Cambridge Broadband Networks Group (CBNG) was completed recently to achieve the technology innovation required to realise the ever-increasing global demand for highspeed Fixed Wireless Access (FWA).
The merger will combine the experienced heritage of CBNG with Curvalux’s ground-breaking technology for the timely delivery of disruptive 5G solutions worldwide. The two companies will remain independent with CBNG becoming a subsidiary of Curvalux UK Ltd.
“We are beyond excited to merge with a best-of-class company like CBNG and realise our shared vision to jointly develop revolutionary products, leveraging CBNG’s extensive experience and our patented, innovative technologies,” said Richard Pak, CEO of the Curvalux Group. “With this merger, I believe we have found a perfect marriage of industry know-how and disruptive innovation. We will work tirelessly together to transform the wireless market with sustainable technologies that extend fast, reliable, and low-cost connectivity to all communities around the world, connecting the neglected and unconnected, while promoting sustainable and fair economic growth.”
CBNG’s VP R&D and Operations Mark Hanman said: “Curvalux really captured our attention with its pioneering new phased array technology, and we became rapidly aware of a potentially unique synergy between our two companies – it felt like we spoke the same language. Combining the two companies’ complementary portfolios and roadmaps will dramatically multiply the overall value proposition for telco carriers and WISPs and allow for a highly comprehensive level of choice of the best technical solution for every kind of FWA scenario.”