August 6, 2014 – WideBand Corporation announced today that it has taken delivery on a series of Universal automated pick and place machines for circuit board assembly in Gallatin, Missouri. This addition is expected to increase WideBand’s manufacturing capacity by 300 percent.
“We are excited to take another step forward in expanding our US-based manufacturing,” said Joseph Billings, president of WideBand Corporation. “It is great to build products here in the Midwest. We are committed to continuing to provide the level of quality and responsiveness that our customers expect.”
WideBand is the developer and manufacturer of GoldKey security tokens used for two-factor authentication and data encryption by government and enterprise customers. GoldKey tokens have received FIPS 140-2 validation from NIST and have passed Cisco VPN testing for security functions using Elliptical Curve Cryptography (ECC). WideBand also manufactures high speed networking and data storage servers.
WideBand (OTC: ZWBC) is a US manufacturer and developer of data security and networking products that help governments and enterprises protect their information assets. A technology innovator since 1994, WideBand is the manufacturer of GoldKey Security Tokens which are deployed by customers in over 40 countries. GoldKey solutions include two factor authentication, shared access to encrypted files stored in the cloud, and soft-token support on mobile devices. WideBand also operates secure data centers and provides custom development and security services. For more information, visit: www.wband.com
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