WideBand Corporation (ZWBC) has been accepted onto the Frankfurt Stock Exchange and is trading in Euros under the ticker symbol “WBD“.
WideBand — the Company that brought Gigabit Ethernet Without Rewiring to the U.S. — is now coming to Europe. Its flagship product line, Enhanced Gigabit Ethernet, transmits data 100 meters over the standard Category 5 cable that is already installed in most buildings.
“Gigabit Ethernet (1000 Mb/s) represents a significant increase in bandwidth compared to the 10 and 100 Mb/s Ethernet most companies are using today — but it often requires rewiring the building,” pointed out WideBand President and CEO, Dr. Roger Billings. “Gigabit Ethernet was not able to maintain the ‘100-meters-over-Cat-5-cable’ specification of its 10/100 Ethernet predecessors.” [Gigabit Ethernet goes a shorter distance (80 meters) and requires different cabling (Cat 5E is specified).] “WideBand has developed a new Enhanced Gigabit Ethernet product line that provides Gigabit a full 100 meters over standard Cat 5 cable.”
Billings will be in Frankfurt the week of January 21st to introduce WideBand Corporation to members of the European Investment Community. The visit is being hosted by Baltic Investment Group, a prominent German consulting company specializing in listings and investor/public relations. WideBand will also begin establishing marketing partnerships in Germany and throughout Europe.
WideBand Corporation has met the admission requirements and has been accepted for listing on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange. The Company’s listing will allow European investors to more closely monitor their U.S.-based investment and will provide greater ease of divesting their holdings when the time comes.
WideBand Corporation develops, manufactures, and markets Gigabit Networking products. WideBand Stock is traded on the OTC.BB Market (ZWBC), and on the Frankfurt Exchange (Stock symbol WBD; German Security No. WKN-764536). The Corporate website is . Investor Information is available at .
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