American Aires Announces New Product Line for 5G Devices

American Aires

Yesterday, Rich profiled American Aires Inc. (CSE:WIFI), a bold and innovative company in the tech sector. The Ontario-based Aires produces, distributes, and sells products intended to protect people from the harmful effects of electromagnetic emissions. These emissions come from electronic devices such as cell phones, Wi-Fi routers, tablets, and electrical cars.

Today, Rich is discussing some breaking news that American Aires just announced. This company has already been making impressive moves on the market, and today’s news might just turn the dial up a notch.

“This is a stock that is up from $0.28 to $0.63 since November, and today we have a buying opportunity,” says Rich.

American Aires Announces New Product Line

On January 7, American Aires announced that it has completed development for four new products.

Like all of WIFI’s offerings, these products will help protect users from the harmful effects of electromagnetic radiation (EMR). The four products, however, have been designed specifically for the emergence of 5G cellular technology.

American Aires CEO Dimitry Serov says of the new product offerings:

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“With the emergence of 5G technology, consumers are becoming increasingly aware of the possible negative and harmful effects of electromagnetic radiation. Aires’s rapidly growing global brand is pleased to be offering consumers protection with its new product line up for 2020 that specifically targets protection for its customers from the negative effects of 5G technology.”

The company expects to launch the new 5G-focused line in Q2 2020.

The 5G Opportunity

American Aires has chosen the right time to improve its product offering to account for 5G devices.

5G is being called “the most disruptive force seen in centuries.” Analysts expect it to affect nearly every aspect of society, and the 5G market is going to grow from $31 billion in 2020 to $11 trillion by 2026.

But with the new tech comes new potential for harm.

In 2011, the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) classified radiofrequency electromagnetic fields (EMF) as possibly carcinogenic to humans. This classification is based on an increased risk for glioma—a malignant type of brain cancer—associated with wireless phone use.

On top of that, EMR and EMF exposure increases at higher radiofrequencies—and 5G devices will operate at a frequency that is potentially 40 times higher than current 4G devices.

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Fortunately, with American Aires’ forthcoming product line, consumers can protect themselves.

According to Statista Research, there are approximately 4.68 billion mobile phone users. That number could increase with the 5G roll-out, and every one of those users is a potential client for this company.

In addition to mobile phones, Aires’ products can also be affixed to articles of clothing, bags, rear-view mirrors, and more.

WIFI’s Performance and Prospects

As Rich noted, shares in American Aires have more than doubled since the company IPO’d two months ago. Clearly the investing community sees potential for profit here.

At its IPO, the company raised $7,560,000. This puts it in a strong position to expand sales and distribution of its innovative product line.

What do you think? Is this the news American Aires needs to start flying? Thinking about getting an Aires’ product for yourself or your loved ones? Let Rich know what your plan is!

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