Galtronics Wins Infrastructure Deal to Enhance Connectivity Throughout New York City

Company Also Approved by a Major North American Carrier for its Entire Suite of Multibeam Antennas

Tempe, Arizona, January 8, 2024 – Galtronics, the company that combines collaboration with technology innovation to solve the world’s most complex wireless connectivity challenges, today announced it has won an infrastructure deal to enhance capacity, throughput, and connectivity throughout New York City’s five boroughs.  

Galtronics was awarded $2.2 million in orders for 400 of its small cell antennas, which will be deployed in Q1 2024. Once installed, the infrastructure will be utilized by all three major wireless carriers throughout New York City. This is the first of several expected orders as New York City’s infrastructure demands continue to scale in 2024 and beyond. 

“This is the latest in a series of recognition as we closed out a strong 2023,” said Leighton Carroll, Galtronics CEO. “New York City is a fiercely competitive market and, based on our performance and advantages, Galtronics emerged as the clear leader who could deliver an exceptional solution.” 

Additionally, Galtronics announced it has received nationwide approval from one of the big three US carriers for its entire suite of multibeam antenna products, including multiple C-Band enabled models. This approval was given after rigorous testing and multiple trials on fixed sites conducted by the wireless operator.

“Galtronics has the only multibeam antenna solution approved nationally by this US wireless carrier, making us the only multibeam provider approved by all three major US carriers,” added Carroll. “Our innovative multibeam products will continue to drive growth in 2024 and beyond.”

About Galtronics

Galtronics, a wholly owned subsidiary of Baylin Technologies, designs and manufactures the most complex wireless antennas for the world’s leading service providers and wireless device OEMs. The company combines customer collaboration with technology innovation to fundamentally advance the mobility ecosystem with engineering-based solutions for its customers to deliver critical, quality connections. For more information, please visit

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