Qualia Networks Opens Office at Wireless Research Center

WAKE FOREST, N.C. -- Qualia Networks, a pioneer in Web of Things technology, products and solutions founded in Raleigh in 2013, has opened an office in the Wireless Research Center of North Carolina in Wake Forest. The Center provides research, development and commercialization expertise in RF and Antenna design, and Pre-FCC certification testing for Qualia Networks' Chariot suite of products. Chariots are state of the art wireless processing engines compatible with Arduino that enable makers and web developers to create the new generation of RESTful apps and services required for the Web of Things.

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"The innovation being generated by Qualia network using the Arduino wireless platform and their new services is a great fit for the ecosystem here at the Wireless Research Center" The Arduino development world will greatly benefit from their effort" States General Manager of the Wireless Research Center, Larry Steffann.  "Qualia Networks provides a new generation of highly efficient, low-power, wireless, web-of-things functionalities. WRCNC provides Qualia with world-class RF regulatory, R&D, and testing services that ensure superior wireless performance of our products," commented George Wayne, Chairman and Founder of Qualia Networks.

About Qualia Networks:
Qualia Networks designs and manufactures Web of Things interface technologies, products and solutions for the Arduino development community and serves customers across multiple market verticals including Public Safety, Logistics, Smart Cities and the US Military. www.qualianetworks.com

About Wireless Research Center of North Carolina Headquartered in and supported by the City of Wake Forest, NC, the Wireless Research Center of North Carolina (WRC) is a non-profit organization that offers engineering services and testing for wireless communications. Twice awarded the Golden Leaf Foundation grant, WRCNC facilitates entrepreneurial development for wireless-enabled technologies. Its global customer base produces a diverse range of wireless products ranging from transceivers to medical devices and rural broadband. WRCNC fosters collaboration among industry partners, academic institutions and research organizations, and is a CTIA-certified testing facility. For more information, visit www.wirelesscenter-nc.org.