CHARLOTTE – Airwavz Solutions, a Charlotte-headquartered provider of wireless solutions for property owners and mobile companies, has raised $15 million from two investors, according to an SEC filing.

The company, founded in 2013, states on the company website that the company is well-funded, “backed by multi-billion dollar private equity with deep telecom portfolio holdings” and notes that the company has provided wireless solutions for more than 60 million square feet.

Charlotte-based Pamlico Capital is listed on the Airwavz website under this description, and according to the Pamlico Capital website, the firm seeks “buyout and growth equity investments in lower middle market businesses with exceptional management teams.”  Airwavz is listed as an active portfolio company of Pamlico Capital.

Airwavz states on its website that it designs and builds technology infrastructures for property owners, including what it refers to as “in-building.”

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“Wireless connectivity isn’t a one-size-fits-all solution for commercial building owners,” the website reads. “We design, build and operate in-building wireless infrastructure using advanced fiber networks and wireless antenna systems to connect people and devices with each other and with the world outside.”

The company also provides emergency responder radio coverage systems (ERRCS) to enable first responders a communication network the company describes as reliable, efficient, and stable.

The filing shows that the $15 million invested in the company will come in the form of an equity investment and that there may be additional fundraising coming, as the total offering amount could be as high as $23,840181.

The company was founded by Mark Horinko, who prior to Airwavz, founded N4 Group, a strategic consultancy, and also co-founded and served on the executive team of Conterra, an access broadband provider delivering carrier-grade wireless broadband infrastructure to rural schools across the U.S.  Horinko is not listed on the filing, which was signed by CEO Brad Davis, the former president and CEO of DukeNet Communications, and CFO Shawn Kocher, as well as three directors.

The company raised $19.4 million in 2018.