MWC Americas Preview

GSMA and CTIA say the Americas show is tracking toward 30,000 attendees, with 200+ press attending as well.

Dali Wireless

Dali Wireless will exhibit its cellular and public safety digital DAS and virtual fronthaul solutions. Dali designs and manufactures innovative wireless solutions using patented technology that eliminates interference, maximizes spectrum usage, and enables RAN virtualization for 5G and IoT. Dali Matrix® is a compact, next generation digital platform that provides intelligent signal routing and coverage for cellular, public safety and Wi-Fi, over one single transport infrastructure. This 10Gbps solution supports multiple mobile operators, transport technologies, base station vendors, and global frequency bands. The Dali Matrix® virtual Fronthaul Interface makes the Dali Matrix® platform ‘5G ready’. This 100 percent digital interface unit intelligently constructs a logical multipoint-to-multipoint network between vBS or vBBUs and remote radio units to effectively virtualize spectrum, enabling it to be pooled, shared, and managed – negating the need for overprovisioning.


Ingenu delivers purpose-built IoT connectivity, and will be exhibiting various RPMA-connected devices. Ingenu is building the world’s largest IoT network dedicated low-power, wide-area (LPWA) connectivity for machines. Operating on universal spectrum, the company’s RPMA® technology is a proven standard for connecting IoT devices across the globe. Ingenu’s technology uniquely achieves the connectivity cost for many billions of devices, providing valuable intelligence for businesses. 


Microsoft will demonstrate its mission to empower every person and every organization on the planet to achieve more. Come see how Microsoft’s enterprise-class platforms and solutions come together within a rich partner ecosystem, helping to support the mission-critical operations of today's CSPs. Chris Pendleton, principal PM Manager, Azure IoT, will  participate in a panel on how IoT and the connected vehicle will transform our home and work lives. And, Jenny Lay-Flurrie, chief accessibility officer at Microsoft will take part in the M-Enabling Forum along with Rick Lievano, worldwide director of industry technology strategy, telecommunications industry, who will speak on the Mobile Enabled Solutions for Inclusive Smart Cities panel. 

Mimosa Networks

Mimosa will demo 5G Fixed solutions including the MicroPoP (suburban) and GigaPoP (rural), with an emphasis on the cutting-edge Spectrum Reuse Synchronization (SRS) software. The traditional MicroPoP consists of point-to-multipoint products, where access points reside on telephone poles, or something similar, in order to reach homes. The GigaPoP relies on access points placed on towers and clients with longer-distance capabilities, as homes are more spread out in rural areas. SRS fits into these solutions by allowing base stations to smartly reuse channels across the network, solving the high-density fixed wireless challenge. This means less spectrum is needed to deliver 5G Fixed solutions, as well as faster speeds for the subscriber.


Mobileum will showcase an Active Intelligence Platform for innovative analytics across roaming, fraud and revenue assurance, security, and digital services. The company will show why its rich heritage in roaming services translates into domain expertise in billing, policy and charging, fraud and security, as well as signaling across SS7 and IP protocols. That telco expertise combined with real-time analytic capabilities in machine learning and behavioral analytics support solutions in roaming, counter-fraud and security, and customer engagement.

MulteFire Alliance

At MWC Americas, the MulteFire Alliance will demonstrate MulteFire, an LTE-based technology that operates standalone in unlicensed or shared spectrum, allowing anyone to deploy and operate their own private LTE network. Based on 3GPP Release 13 and 14, the MulteFire Release 1.0 specification is available for public download. Member companies Athonet, Nokia, Qualcomm and Sanjole will showcase MulteFire in action, highlighting initial applications for enterprise and industrial IoT. 


Nokia will showcase how it is creating the technology to connect the world. See how the digital world is evolving, and how Nokia is transforming technologies and businesses through the acceleration of the Internet of Things, 5G, cloud, digital health, and virtual reality.​ Customers will immerse themselves in the industry’s broadest portfolio and services expertise that brings people and experiences closer together and enables them to differentiate and build their businesses. Nokia also has an impressive lineup of speakers for the inaugural event, including President and CEO Rajeev Suri delivering a keynote on the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Other Nokia executives will be presenting on a variety of topics, including: Women Empowering Technology Equality; Smart Cities; The 5G Ecosystem; The Role of Technology in the Fight Against Climate Change; Enhancing Fan Engagement via the Connected Stadium; and IoT Connectivity.


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