SOURCE: Competitive Companies, Inc.

May 02, 2014 15:30 ET

Wytec Introduces Gigabit Multi-Radio Access Point

SAN ANTONIO, TX--(Marketwired - May 2, 2014) - Wytec International, a wholly owned subsidiary of Competitive Companies, Inc. (OTCQB: CCOP) today announced it has filed for patent protection for its latest enhancement to its patent portfolio, the LPN-16, a wireless access point capable of delivering gigabit service to a mobile network. The LPN-16 houses up to 16 radios in one unit, has multiple mounting options on utility poles and a capacity of up to 14.66 gigabits.

"Where the carrier network ends, Wytec's LPN-16 begins," said William H. Gray, CEO of Wytec. "The LPN-16 increases data capacity and supports the infrastructure of small cell deployment allowing carriers to expand current LTE coverage with rapid deployment and a quicker ROI."

"We announced the LPN-16 at the Competitive Carriers Association trade show in San Antonio, Texas last month introducing its many features -- such as its multi-spectrum, multi-radio customization, unlimited upgradability and carrier agnostic distribution -- which received very favorable feedback from interested carriers," said Chief Technical Officer Bob Merola.

Pilot testing for the LPN-16 is planned for the second quarter of 2014, with commercial availability expected by the fourth quarter.

Wytec's gigabit wireless networks are considered a model of scalability and throughput, exhibiting download speeds of 202.79 Mbps to a laptop and 125.84 Mbps to a smart phone. 

About Competitive Companies, Inc.

Competitive Companies, Inc., founded in 1998, is a Nevada-based corporation with offices in San Antonio, Texas and Eau Claire, Wisconsin. The Company focuses on acquiring and providing next generation wireless broadband technologies and mobile data applications through its subsidiaries Wytec International, Inc. and Capaciti Networks Inc. 

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