Simple Strategies to Maximize Your Network Deployment

As consumers of technology, we are all familiar with those times when a new product or service does not deliver the anticipated benefits. Maybe it was that 4K high-definition TV, or kitchen appliance, or computer that disappointed us. In almost every case, the underlying cause of dismay was probably not the product itself, but rather the way it was installed—or worse—the way it was used.

Not created equal: Use the right wireless infrastructure in the right environment

Navigating the landscape of network solutions reveals that while Wi-Fi and cellular networks may each have their advantages, the choice between the two largely depends on the specific operational environment—making it clear that not all networks are equally suited for every setting.

Wi-Fi is a suitable network solution for traditional office environments, whereas private cellular networks offer superior coverage, performance, security, and return on investment in industrial settings, making them the ideal choice for businesses in logistics, agriculture, manufacturing, and transportation industries.

GXC Onyx Private LTE/5G vs Wi-Fi for Enterprise


Wi-Fi and private cellular have varying applicability and use cases for enterprise connectivity applications. As private cellular is gaining traction with becoming more affordable for enterprises to have their own private cellular network, this whitepaper will help guide decisions with comparing both.

Assessing Enterprise Wireless Networks: A Reality Check

GXC Enterprise Wireless Networks

Today’s enterprise faces a dizzying array of wireless infrastructure options for managing important business operations. Considering factors such as business need, location, security requirements, and expansion plans, organizations can opt for Wi-Fi, public cellular, or private cellular wireless networks—or select any combination of these to address their needs. Yet, properly selecting the appropriate infrastructure has become a hot topic for many businesses. There are, of course, a variety of opinions for approaching this issue, but there are also facts that enterprises can use to determine the best path forward.

Use the GXC Onyx Private Network and Never Worry About Your Network’s Reach Again

B2B Soft

B2B Soft and GXC have teamed up to improve wireless connectivity and coverage in difficult locations by combining an advanced B2B Soft kiosk with the GXC Onyx Private Cellular Network. B2B Soft’s kiosks are part of a growing trend toward automated solutions to improve efficiencies. GXC Onyx is an end-to-end private cellular mesh network solution aimed at accelerating digital transformation in enterprises across a variety of verticals. With this combination, companies will not have to worry about their network’s reach, reliability and security again.

Announcing Our First Commercial Product Launch: GXC Onyx

GXC Onyx

There’s no greater gift for a startup than to celebrate a 6th birthday with the announcement of our first commercial product launch! GXC Onyx is an end-to-end private 5G network solution that will accelerate the digital transformation in enterprises across a variety of verticals. Leveraging over five years of research and development, the GXC Onyx platform utilizes a proprietary interference cancellation technology that enables access to devices provided in the publicly available CBRS spectrum. This is an incredible milestone for us to celebrate and we are thrilled for the next chapter.

Welcome to GXC! Here’s our latest updates

GXC Onyx Private Network

It has been a busy few months at GXC! All around us, we’re seeing evidence of the growing demand for enterprise private networks as CIOs and other key stakeholders recognize that the ability to enable automation across their business requires a strong and reliable network backbone to support critical connections to machines, sensors, robotics, tracking systems, and of course, user devices. We are answering that demand with our private network solution giving the enterprise full ownership and control of their wireless connectivity network, security of their devices and network infrastructure, access to their own data on demand, and the tools necessary to continue down the path toward full digital transformation.