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Is your telecom suffering a severe setback?

    Telewave AID can help

About Telewave AID


Telewave Assistance in Disaster (AID) is a relief program which offers discounts on products and services to qualified recipients whose communications equipment, facility system and/or telecom infrastructure have been damaged through extreme natural or manmade events. (In some cases we even may donate these to you).

Are you qualified for the campaign? Qualifying events and circumstances include:
  • wildfire

  • hurricanes & flooding

  • tornadoes

  • blizzards, extreme icing

  • explosions or other hazards or acts of terrorism


Tales from the Field

Tale by Valence Wireless & Communications 

I am writing to let you know that the durability of your product has yet again surprised us.  We have had reports of poor performance on one of our customer’s remote sites VHF Repeaters.  After a trip to the site to evaluate the equipment, the users found that the tower had fallen...

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$54.8 Billion



$13.6 Trillion 

$370 Billion

Damage cost of wildfires
Damage cost of ice
Conflict costs per year (source: World Economic Forum) 
Cost of 2017 hurricane damage



Expected cost global warming



Firecom, Inc. manufactures and distributes fire life safety systems for high rise buildings in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, and Florida. Additionally, Firecom offers an FDNY approved Auxiliary Radio Communication System that  ensures radio communication coverage in high rise buildings.

Tessco Technologies is a leading value-added supplier of wireless communications products for network infrastructure, site support, fixed & mobile broadband


Red Cross volunteers and staff work to deliver vital services – from providing relief and support to those in crisis, to helping you be prepared to respond in emergencies


Telewave, Inc.

Address: 660 Giguere Court,
San Jose, CA 95133

Phone: 408-929-4400
Fax: 408-929-4080

Support Toll-Free: 1-800-331-3396 

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