Vivato gear enabled a hot zone in Montreal that otherwise would have been much more difficult to build: Tadaa Wireless, a wireless ISP, hired Summit Technologies, a solutions provider, to build a network covering three 22-storey skyscrapers in Montreal. Summit figured that it would take 160 traditional APs to do the job. Using Vivato gear instead, Summit built the network with three Vivato base stations and six Vivato APs. The network covers a 1.5 mile radius and is available to 1,500 users.
Vivato has had some troubles recently with an overhaul of its management team but if it can focus on this niche of unusual deployments it may do well. There's probably not a shortage of historic buildings or other sites that may be difficult to wire.