19 Top 5G Companies Leading Mobile Connection

These companies connect the mobile world through the power of 5G.

Written by Sunny Betz
19 Top 5G Companies Leading Mobile Connection
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Rose Velazquez | Feb 09, 2024

The speed with which innovation in the tech world moves is both thrilling and dizzying. Not that long ago, the idea of making a video call through our cell phones seemed like a science fiction daydream. But as we welcome more and more advanced technologies into our daily lives, it becomes increasingly difficult to imagine life without them. 

One of the latest technologies poised to transform daily life as we know it is 5G, which promises streamlined communication abilities at a far higher speed than anything we’ve been accustomed to. 

Boasting a speed 10 times greater than 4G, 5G is a next generation mobile network designed to transmit data at high velocity with ultra low latency, enhancing global connectivity and powering new advancements in every tech sector. 

With 5G already rolled out across thousands of US cities, the technology’s impact is predicted to continue growing. The new generation of mobile connectivity is expected to be implemented globally by 2035, at which time it’s predicted that the industry will facilitate an over $13 trillion bump in global economic output. 

From healthcare to automotives, there’s no industry that won’t see the impacts of 5G — by making it quicker to deliver digital services and communicate with customers, companies of all stripes will be able to expand their reach further than ever dreamed. This revolution is poised to take the world by storm — take a deep dive into these 5G companies leading the way.

Top 5G Companies to Know

  • ZipWhip
  • Microsoft
  • Google
  • Boingo Wireless
  • RingCentral
  • Cognizant Softvision
  • Celonis


19 Top 5G Companies to Know

Founded: 1980

Location: Englewood, Colorado

DISH provides mobile phone services through DISH Wireless, Boost Mobile and Boost Infinite. Employing a 5G Open RAN, or radio access network, architecture, DISH has established a nationwide wireless carrier ecosystem that aims to enhance network reliability and improve the user experience. The Boost Wireless Network integrates three 5G networks, which allows users to switch between networks based on their geographical location.


Founded: 1991

Location: Broomfield, Colorado

Gogo Business Aviation’s name will sound familiar to frequent flyers, as it was the original provider of in-flight connectivity for aerospace and remains the Wi-Fi provider of choice for many major airlines. The Gogo AVANCE 5G platform “transforms your jet into a smartplane” by providing a full suite of inflight connectivity and entertainment (known as IFEC) services for travelers.


Founded: 1975

Location: Seattle, Washington 

Microsoft is one of the world’s biggest software and electronics companies, developing and distributing software programs and devices to an international customer base. In 2020 Microsoft acquired Metaswitch Networks, a company focused on providing high-performance, cloud-native communications technologies. As part of its solutions, implementation and maintenance services for private 5G and LTE are offered.


Founded: 2001

Location: Los Angeles, California 

Boingo Wireless seeks to help make public spaces more connected, providing Wi-Fi and other cellular connection services to customers in airports, stadiums, campuses and other high traffic areas. Boingo Wireless has welcomed the demand for 5G connectivity, and has partnered with telecomm leader Verizon to develop 5G solutions for indoor use.


Founded: 2003

Location: San Francisco, California 

RingCentral helps companies unify their teams and workflows through a cloud-based enterprise communications platform that enables video messaging, text, conferencing and voice communications. RingCentral anticipates that 5G will transform the world of business communications, and as such has built their application with team messaging and conferencing capabilities designed to be 5G compatible.

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Founded: 1994

Location: San Francisco, California 

Cognizant Softvision engineers business software products to help companies elevate their operations and keep pace with the rapidly evolving digital world, with a service suite that includes core technology modernization, automation to scale, improving agility, and other solutions. Working with everyone from e-commerce retail shops to major healthcare providers, Cognizant Softvision develops partnerships with their clients geared toward highlighting their individual strengths and creating products to increase market impact.


Founded: 2011

Location: New York, New York 

Celonis helps companies build and adopt software technologies that enhance their operations and the quality of services they provide to their clients. In 2019, the company announced a partnership with Tech Mahindra that would help both companies chart new technological frontiers and deliver cutting edge technologies like 5G and blockchain to their customers.


Founded: 1983

Location: New York, New York 

Verizon is a leader in the telecommunications space, providing a broad suite of connectivity services such as cellular services, cable TV, Wi-Fi and others. Verizon is at the forefront of the 5G revolution, operating a national 5G ultra wideband network that helps both individuals and organizations communicate and access information 25 times faster than on 4G networks.


Founded: 2007

Location: Denver, Colorado 

Zayo Group provides fiber and bandwidth to companies across the globe, helping organizations in nearly every industry from finance to education stay online and maintain connectivity within their markets. In addition to their 5G solutions, Zayo Group offers a number of additional products including ethernet, PDNs, CLoudLink, Colocation and more.


Founded: 2011

Location: Chicago, Illinois 

Motorola Solutions main specialty is in communications, and their all-inclusive platform both powers connectivity and helps ensure that their customers enjoy maximum security when sharing their information. The company’s newest mobile devices in its Motorola Edge, Moto G and Razr are all compatible with AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile 5G networks. Motorola also announced a collaboration with Verizon to create a AR/VR-compatible 5G neckband, allowing future players to power their headsets with their smartphones.


Founded: 1984

Location: Austin, Texas 

Dell Technologies’ focus is everything to do with computing, delivering a vast array of products and services ranging from mobile and desktop hardware to cloud integration assistance and IT consulting. Dell Technologies anticipates widespread adoption of 5G by building a strong strategy to integrate 5G as a foundational aspect of their computing services and overall infrastructure.


Founded: 1969 

Location: San Jose, California  

Samsung is well-known for providing electronics hardware and services, including its 5G-enabled mobile devices and wireless networks. The company creates smartphones, tablets and devices designated for the 5G space, all which work to increase data transfer speeds, storage and security measures for mobile users. With Samsung’s DeX feature built into its latest Galaxy devices, users can even power their desktop using 5G from their phone or tablet.


Founded: 1876

Location: Plano, Texas 

Ericsson’s 5G radio access network (RAN) and 5G Transport network services work to bring increased mobile performance for partnered connection service providers. The company’s primary 5G RAN network can be rolled out through hardware or cloud-based software, able to support connectivity for gaming, AR/VR, autonomous vehicle and fixed wireless access functionality.


Founded: 1985

Location: San Diego, California 

Providing technical solutions, applications and support services for over 15 product areas, Qualcomm also specializes in 5G hardware and network access. The Qualcomm (and world’s first) 5G AI processor, which utilizes combined 5G and AI core technologies, power the company’s Snapdragon 7 and Snapdragon 8 mobile platform series. With this hardware, Qualcomm reports boosted CPU performance, fast GPU clock speeds and enhanced network support on its 5G devices.

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Founded: 2004

Location: Seattle, Washington 

Google is the world’s foremost search engine company, but while search is their primary capability, the company additionally offers document management services, email platforms, navigation software and a variety of other services. Google has joined the 5G revolution by rolling out an updated version of their mobile device product, The Pixel, with updated 5G capabilities.


Founded: 2010

Location: Englewood, Colorado

Biarri Networks deliver fiber optic network solutions on a SaaS model, offering consulting and implementation services on a subscription basis to help make 5G adoption more intuitive. Their team delivers connectivity through autodesign, a process that more accurately tailors network designs to each neighborhood’s needs in order to help clients save on costs.


Founded: 2006

Location: San Francisco, California 

Presto Engineering focuses on delivering semiconductor and IoT companies the hardware engineering solutions they need to get their products to market on a quicker time frame. The Presto Engineering team has worked to deliver end-to-end engineering services spanning all steps of the product development cycle, and they’ve introduced interfaces capable of intercepting high frequencies from 5G satellites to help the technology gain more widespread use.


Founded: 1990

Location: San Jose, California 

Rambus is a semiconductor manufacturing company that builds hardware and chips for a variety of use cases including mobile payments, cybersecurity, analytics and others. In a move to keep pace with the rapidly evolving mobile sphere, Rambus announced that they’d be releasing an integrated MACsec solution to help 5G networks maintain their security while transmitting data.


Founded: 2007

Location: Seattle, Washington 

ZipWhip provides companies both large and small across the United States with cloud-based text messaging services with which they can better communicate and stay in touch with their customer bases. Their technologies can be integrated with preexisting landlines and communication platforms, making it simpler for companies to make the transition to text-based customer relations.

Brennan Whitfield, Sara B.T. thiel and Margo Steines contributed reporting to this story.

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