FreeWave expands to
new facility in Boulder
Steve Wulchin, CEO of FreeWave Technologies, cuts the ribbon to officially open the company’s new Boulder, CO headquarters

Steve Wulchin, CEO of FreeWave Technologies, cuts the ribbon to officially open the company’s new Boulder, CO headquarters

BOULDER -- FreeWave Technologies, a manufacturer of high-performance radios for critical data transmission, has moved its operations to 5395 Pearl Parkway in Boulder, nearly doubling its previous space.

According to company officials, the new space boasts a larger manufacturing area to support new and expanding business, a state-of-the art product testing center and increased space for personnel growth. The new facility is 45,000 square feet – an increase of 25,000 square feet over its previous headquarters. The company celebrated the grand opening May 17, hosting employees, customers, partners and local dignitaries.

"The new facility will allow us to serve our customers more efficiently and with expanded capabilities," says Ashish Sharma, Freeware’s chief marketing officer. "We have always been a proponent of keeping our company operations centralized here in Boulder. The number of employees has close to tripled over the past eight years and we've outgrown our previous headquarters. We found a great building in our home city that can support our continued fast-paced expansion."

The company says it will continue hiring and expanding to meet the increased customer demand for advanced wireless M2M (machine-to-machine) solutions.
Founded in 1993, FreeWave Technologies designs and manufactures spread spectrum and licensed radios for oil and gas, utility, military and numerous other industrial applications.

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