NXT Communications (NXTCOMM), a new wireless connectivity company in Atlanta, opened a new 10,000-square-foot production facility that will produce their electronically steered antennas to help meet worldwide demand for affordable broadband connectivity on the move. NXTCOMM is initially targeting airline In-Flight Connectivity (IFC) and land mobile applications such as rail and trucking fleets and first responders.
Situated in Cherokee County, Georgia, the facility will produce next-generation, satellite broadband antennas for the satellite, aviation, trucking, and other mobility and fixed wireless markets. The location will house executive management and administration, engineering, supply chain, quality, production, integration, assembly, and test capabilities.
“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,” says Dave Horton, NXTCOMM co-founder and CEO.