California-based Boingo Wireless plans to establish headquarters and almost 250 jobs in Frisco
Boingo Wireless Inc. will create a new office at The Star in Frisco with plans for the location to become the company's corporate headquarters and employ almost 250 people.
Boingo Wireless Inc. will create a new office at The Star in Frisco with plans for the location to become the company's corporate headquarters and employ almost 250 people, according to an announcement from the Texas governor's office. Greg Abbott 's office. 'It will allow us to connect deeply with regional key customers, engage with their communities and understand their unique needs." As a 'neutral host' partner to large public venues, commercial properties and enterprises, the company's networks accommodate all carriers and their varied 5G designs, according to the company's website. The company's footprint of DAS, Wi-Fi, small cells and macro towers securely powers connectivity in airports, transit stations, stadiums, military bases, hospitals, commercial properties and enterprises worldwide. "Boingo's new office location in Frisco will bring more good-paying jobs and brighter opportunities for hardworking Texans in our state's growing tech industry. I look forward to an ongoing partnership with the company as they prepare to relocate the company's headquarters to North Texas." Innovation is a strategic focus for Frisco,' Cheney said in a statement. 'Welcoming Boingo elevates our position among Smart Cities as a leader in 5G technology."