Titan Radio selected as one of the “10 Most Promising Wireless Technology Solution Providers”
Titan was chosen for its line of two-way radios and its two innovative products: the all-in-one charging case and the universal desktop charging system.
Phoenix, AZ (PRUnderground) July 2nd, 2019
Titan Radio of Phoenix, Arizona, was recently selected as one of the “10 Most Promising Wireless Technology Solution Providers” for 2019 by CIOReview magazine. Titan was chosen for its simple and cost-effective line of two-way radios, and its two innovative products: the all-in-one charging case and the universal desktop charging system.
To develop the top 10 list, the CIOReview magazine staff brought together a distinguished panel of prominent CEOs, CIOs, VCs, and analysts, along with the CIOReview’s editorial board to assess hundreds of solution providers. From there, they selected companies that are at the forefront for providing cost-effective wireless technology solutions and services.
“We are proud to have been chosen for this honor,” said Chris McConnell, owner of Titan Radio. “I’d like to thank the CIOReview panel recognizing our achievements. I’d also like to thank the entire Titan Radio team for helping to turn our vision of offering a simple and cost-effective wireless communications solution into a reality.”
Titan Radio is a premiere radio manufacturer catering to a wide variety of industries including event production, construction, hotels and resorts, farming, and security. Its powerful mid-tier radios allow clients to experience seamless communications at maximum range with crystal clear sound.
As an innovator in the radio market, Titan Radio is expanding its radio product lines, accessories, and charging capabilities. Titan’s innovative charging case allows users to charge up to 18 radios at one power outlet, and it doubles as a protective case for transporting radios and accessories. The company has also engineered 6, 12 and 18-bank universal desktop chargers that can accommodate multiple brands of radios, including Titan Radio, Motorola, Kenwood, Vertex Standard, and Hytera.
Founded in 2009, Titan Radio has tripled its revenue over the last ten years, and its expansive network of resellers currently offers products throughout North America, South America, and the Caribbean.