April Huang, Chairwoman of Hitron Technologies said that the demand for wireless network applications remain strong this year, and current orders are in good condition; coupled with the increased penetration of Wi-Fi 6/6E to further accelerate the wave of device replacement and continuously increase the momentum of business operations. Hitron demonstrated both agility and resilience as it navigated industry-wide supply shortages, pandemic disruptions, and higher inflation to deliver a record month and positive semi-annual business results.
With a stable and solid customer foundation in the Americas, Hitron continues to strengthen its core competitiveness in Customer Premise Equipment (CPE) customized solutions for MSO and Operators, and by delivering time-to-market new products in Cable DOCSIS 3.1 and Wi-Fi Extenders and Routers. These products have also begun shipping in other regions, enabling market breadth with customer expansion in Europe, the Caribbean and Latin America and the Asia-Pacific regions. Moving ahead, Hitron is also geared towards Passive Optical Network (PON) new business engine for the product depth.
The company is confident of a year of growth in 2022 through time-to-market product deliveries and region expansion.
About Hitron Technologies Inc.
Hitron is changing the way the world works, plays and connects. With a growing count of eleven first-to-market DOCSIS launches and powering DOCSIS 3.0 24×8, 32×8, and DOCSIS 3.1 deployments, Hitron has shipped over 40 million DOCSIS units to customers worldwide. Our leadership in broadband and Wi-Fi technology, combined with our vertically integrated manufacturing services, enable us to continually push the envelope of what’s possible and deliver custom, cost-effective and scalable solutions.