By Melinda Reid, Human Resources ISCO is a small company and I have been working here for almost 20 years. During my tenure I have seen ISCO’s successes and some of its disappointments, but one thing is certain I would not have wanted to be part of any other company during the pandemic. Why? Because
PMi’s technical sales representatives will represent ISCO as part of their wireless infrastructure product line in markets east of the Rocky Mountains.
ISCO is once again featured in the Crain’s list of Chicago’s Most Innovative Companies, ranked #9 based on the quality of patents filed in 2019 by Chicago-area companies.
ISCO’s ProteusCPRI is a standard x86 server that establishes an open compute, routing and storage platform in point-of-presence (PoP) cell sites .
For the fifth year in a row ISCO has been named to the Crain’s list of Chicago’s Most Innovative Companies.
Network densification is required for increased and more ubiquitous connectivity.
These patent powerhouses are chosen based on number and quality of patents, and ISCO is proud to be #8 on this list.
The radio environment is getting ever more complex and crowded, as new technologies, new devices and new spectrum bands come into play.