Westell’s rich history dates back to 1980, when the company was first founded. At that time, we focused on telephone signaling and transmission equipment. Since then, we have expanded to become a trusted partner for transforming networks into high-quality, reliable systems. By keeping up with industry needs, we are now able to offer the most technologically advanced in-building wireless, intelligent site management, cell site optimization and outside plant solutions of today.
Westell acquires Cellular Specialties, Inc., provider of DAS and small cell equipment for in-building wireless networks.
Westell acquires Kentrox, provider of comprehensive site monitoring, management and control solutions.
Westell completes the sale of its Conference Plus subsidiary to Arkadin.
Westell acquires ANTONE Wireless, provider of tower mounted amplifiers and other cell site optimization products.
Westell completes the sale of its Customer Networking Solutions division to NETGEAR.
Westell's HomeCloud solution is named an International CES Innovations Design and Engineering Award Honoree.
Westell's UltraLineTM Series3 residential gateway is named an International CES Innovations Design and Engineering Award Honoree.
Westell ships 20-millionth broadband networking device.
Westell acquires NoranTel, Canadian-based provider of power distribution, remote monitoring and network transmission products.
The International Engineering Consortium (IEC) bestows the prestigious InfoVision award for innovation on Westell's MediaTerminalTM product.
Westell ships 15-millionth modem.
Westell acquires HyperEdge, strengthening its Outside Plant business with systems to facilitate the delivery of telco network access products.
Westell develops high-speed access technology that integrates both data and voice.
Westell introduces its first integrated gateway products for high-speed residential and SOHO networking applications.
Westell acquires Teltrend, strengthening its high-speed voice and data transmission product lines.
Bell Atlantic begins commercial deployment of DSL service using Westell technology.
Westell launches its initial public offering.
Westell receives ISO 9001 certification.
First ADSL products delivers video-on-demand.
Westell pioneers T1 Networking Interface Unit (NIU). ConferencePlus, Westell's multi-point telecommunications subsidiary, is incorporated.
Westell creates the ConferencePlus business division and begins offering audio conferencing services.
Westell, Inc. is founded. Primary focus is telephone signaling and transmission equipment.