Your browser is out-of-date!

Update your browser to view this website correctly. Update my browser now


ABRANS Group Forms Wireless Tech Alliance

OMB, Cable AML and COMARTEL move forward to combine expertise

From left: ABRANS Group Sales Manager Roshan Naik, OMB Vice President of Sales Manuel Sancho, ABRANS and Cable AML CEO Sunil Naik and OMB and Comartel President Francisco Bernues

Three long-time wireless technology companies have launched a new “strategic collaboration” effort under the name ABRANS Group.

For more than 45 year, OMB, Cable AML and Comartel have provided a range of wireless technology solutions to customers in more than 100 countries.

“It’s not a merger, but a strategic collaboration as Cable AML, OMB and Comartel have united under the ABRANS Group umbrella,” said OMB and Comartel President Francisco Bernues. “This alliance aims to address new products, technologies and sales and marketing operations.”

According to ABRANS, each of the companies brings a variety of strengths to the group. Cable AML offers broadband wireless products from 50 MHz to 100 GHz; OMB produces broadcast and communications solutions, including studio-to-transmitter links, transmitters and antenna systems; and Comartel focuses on wireless systems engineering and value-added distribution networks.

At NAB Show 2024, OMB highlighted a new system for 5G broadcasting, something ABRANS Group and Cable AML CEO Sunil Naik described as “further solidifying our commitment to innovation and connectivity” in a video on the group’s website.

While each privately-held company will remain an independent organization, by joining to form the ABRANS Group, the collective aims to open new avenues for growth and innovation. The group plans to collaborate on R&D and engineering, as well as sales and marketing.

The ABRANS Group has offices in Los Angeles and Miami, as well as in Spain and Dubai. A new office is planned for India, too.

[Read more industry business news here.]