• The enterprise wireless infrastructure domain initially saw enterprises giving importance to the expansion of geographical network coverage wherein the performance was measured by signal strength, voice quality and connection reliability. However, recent changes suggest that the infrastructure trend has shifted from network coverage to expansion capacity. A major reason for this shift was the introduction of 4th Generation (4G) smart phones which enabled Internet-like communications that in-turn required the processing of large amounts of data and content. Subsequently, the measure of performance was replaced with mobile users’ immediate data access and communication speed. 2016 is all set to eagerly witness the public wireless operators making decisions with the intent of expanding their capacity to meet network data traffic forecasts. One of the two main forces that stand to influence this trend is the consumer’s insatiable demand for immediate data access and content. The other factor is the ever increasing technological requirements being driven by communications equipment manufacturers and standards organizations.  Thanks to this focal shift, wireless operators and enterprises are on the lookout for vendors who can provide ingenious solutions that will find new and innovative ways that can enable client’s workforce to be more productive by offering ubiquitous access to enterprise data. Endeavoring to assist our readers with the some of the prime vendors who can furnish these very avant-garde solutions that will help business to set a mark for them, we at CIOReview have compiled a list of ‘20 most Promising Enterprise Wireless Solution Providers’.  Closely scrutinized by a panel of judges that encompasses CEOs, CIOs, CXOs, analysts and the CIOReview editorial board, these vendors can be rest assured to help enterprises create a niche for themselves in the Enterprise Wireless market space.