About EWA

The Enterprise Wireless Alliance is the leading national trade association and advocate for business enterprises, private carrier operators, equipment manufacturers, and service providers that support the private wireless industry. A frequency advisory committee certified by the Federal Communications Commission, EWA provides its members and clients with consulting services, frequency coordination, license preparation, spectrum management and associated business intelligence services.

The primary objective of the Enterprise Wireless Alliance is to assist business enterprise users, wireless sales/service providers, technology vendors and manufacturers in the deployment of wireless communications solutions that drive corporate productivity in the enterprise wireless space. EWA is the market leader in Business/Industrial Land Transportation frequency coordination services and assists a significant percentage of public safety customers with their spectrum requirements. EWA’s advocacy transforms public policy, and its services support business productivity by providing reliable guidance regarding spectrum and wireless technology access decisions.

Members and clients trust EWA to process more applications per year than any other frequency advisory committee. EWA is the developer of Cevo®, a powerful online frequency coordination solution, which simplifies the FCC license application process and allows users to select their own frequencies, and is the creator of Cevo Go®, a mobile app that delivers certified frequencies in hours, not days. 

Learn more about EWA by reading its most recent Annual Report.

EWA Equity, Inc.

EWA Equity, Inc. (EEI), formerly Spectrum Equity, Inc., formed in 2000, is the non-stock, wholly owned subsidiary of EWA. EEI was organized to pursue strategic spectrum ventures for EWA, through the use of EWA’s resources. EEI holds 220/221 MHz licenses, and as an-FCC recognized band manager, makes that spectrum available to business enterprises, state and local municipalities and other entities through lease agreements. For more information, contact EEI President Mark Crosby.