Guglielmo is owned by private investors and was founded in Italy in 2004 on the basis of experience gained in the setting up of geographical telecommunications networks for the leading Italian fixed and mobile telephone companies.
Notwithstanding the various technological developments that have involved the world of telecommunications over recent years, Guglielmo has always remained faithful to its own vision of WiFi technology, as a strategic and all-embracing means of supplying Internet access on a mobile basis. The simultaneous and relatively recent spread of mobile devices has borne out this vision, confirming this trend to an exponential degree.
Guglielmo invests regularly in R&D with an internal full time basis team. Furthermore financing, through direct contribution, of the WASN (Wireless Ad-Hoc Sensors and Networks) laboratory of the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Parma.
The research activities have generated some of the products currently on the market as well as academic publications of international interest in the field of new applications connected with Wi-Fi technology.
Guglielmo owes its name to the desire of its founders to pay a well-deserved tribute to the physicist from Bologna, Guglielmo Marconi, inventor of radio waves and the father of telecommunications.
Comune di Lerici
Lerici is a town and comune in the province of La Spezia in Liguria (northern Italy), part of the Italian Riviera. Its nearest bay is the Bay of Lerici. The town is connected by ferry to the Cinque Terre and Portovenere. One of the main sights of Lerici is its famous castle which since its first founding in 1152 was used to help control the entrance of the Gulf of La Spezia. Today the castle contains a museum of palaeontology.