Shenzhen, China - (Oct. 28, 2022) – Sunway Communication has joined IWPC (International Wireless Industry Consortium), which was founded in 1998 by Don Brown and Rene Douville. The objective of the IWPC was, and still is, to bring together the entire wireless industry supply chain to find ways to identify new markets and new products and to find ways to work together to reduce costs, reduce time to market, and improve performance of all things wireless.
Till now, the IWPC has grown to more than 160 member companies worldwide and has organized more than 300 workshops in North America, Europe, and Asia on ALL things wireless, with more than 10000 individuals participating at these workshops over time.
Since its establishment in 2006, Sunway has focused on the field of RF-connectivity-related products. After 16 years' development, it now has six one-stop solutions, including RF connectivity, wireless charging, high-speed interconnection and more. The products are widely used in consumer electronics, automotive, IoT, communication/enterprises fields, which all match the focus markets of the IWPC.
In joining the IWPC, Sunway will join others in driving the industry forward through workshops attendance and other activities. We will focus on developing advanced wireless connection technologies such as 5G and 6G communication technologies, future automotive communication antennas, future mobile terminal wireless architecture and smart home wireless technology, and work with all members to promote the development of wireless industry.
Sunway is particularly well equipped to service a broad range of markets and applications owing to its design capabilities as well as its vertically integrated high volume manufacturing – with advanced materials as core, from components to module assembly. As a member of the IWPC, we will keep furthering our technologies for the wireless industry to create better products and solutions for our customers.
About Sunway Communication
Founded in 2006, Sunway Communication has grown to become a global player in the wireless connectivity space and now has over 10,000 employees and more than $1.2B in revenues. The company has consistently invested in research and development, filing over 2000 patents, and concentrated on the introduction of products based on state-of-the-art technologies in order to maintain its competitiveness. The broad product range includes antennas, RF modules, wireless charging modules, EMC/EMI solutions, transmission lines, cables and connectors. It operates in collaboration with industry associations and ecosystem partners worldwide. Main industries serviced include automotive, industrial, IoT/Smart Home, consumer electronics and telecom.