pdvWireless Officially Launches DispatchPlus in Houston
WOODLAND PARK, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jun. 22, 2015--
DispatchPlus is a next-generation push-to-talk solution utilizing state-of-the-art digital two-way radio technology. The solution is integrated with pdvWireless’ proprietary cloud-based mobile resource management solutions including workforce tracking, status mapping and the Company’s patented intelligent call prioritization. DispatchPlus enables communications to be sent simultaneously to one or many recipients, whether the recipient is on pdvWireless’ two-way service, a cellphone or at any email address.
“We are excited to be bringing DispatchPlus to the
During the past year the Company’s accomplishments include:
$300 millionfrom sales of its common stock to enable the company to pursue its business plan.
Acquiring spectrum licenses in the 900 MHz band throughout
the United States.
- Beginning the process of building out its dispatch network.
Together with the
Enterprise Wireless Alliance, filing a Joint Petition for Rulemaking with the FCC proposing a realignment of a portion of the 900MHz spectrum from narrowband to broadband.
Becoming a public reporting company and listing its common stock for
trading on The
NASDAQ Capital Marketunder the symbol “PDVW.”
pdvWireless is headquartered in Woodland Park New Jersey. Visit www.pdvwireless.com for more information.
Any statements contained in this press release that do not describe
historical facts are forward-looking statements (as defined under
Federal securities laws). These forward-looking statements include, but
are not limited to, statements regarding the planned timing and scope of
the deployment of our dispatch network. Any forward-looking statements
contained herein are based on our current expectations, but are subject
to a number of risks and uncertainties that could cause our actual
future results to differ materially from our current expectations or
implied by any forward-looking statements. These risks and uncertainties
include, but are not limited to: we have no operating history with
respect to our proposed push-to-talk business; we have had net losses
each year since our inception and may not achieve or maintain
profitability in the future; we may experience delays in launching our
nationwide network; customers may not adopt our technology; any efforts
we pursue to increase the value of our spectrum may not be successful,
including our Joint Petition for Rulemaking and our proposed rules to
realign the 900 MHz band; we will rely on the equipment and selling
efforts of other parties, such as indirect dealers; the wireless
communication industry is highly competitive and we may not compete
successfully; and government regulation could adversely affect our
business and prospects. These and other factors that may affect our
future results or operations are identified and described in more detail
in our filings with the