Monday, 29 May 2017

Former Flarion executives target enterprise wireless

By Anne Morris, Total Telecom
Friday 30 October 09

Flarion's former president puts the band back together with a mission to provide indoor wireless solutions for enterprises.

They're back – and this time they plan to help operators provide compelling indoor wireless network solutions for smaller enterprises that might not normally be the target market for mobile operators. Former executives of Flarion, the company behind early mobile broadband technology Flash-OFDM that was eventually snapped up by Qualcomm in 2005, have come back together in a new U.S.-based start-up venture, called SpiderCloud Wireless. They are joined by executives previously at companies such as Cisco…

They're back – and this time they plan to help operators provide compelling indoor wireless network solutions for smaller enterprises that might not normally be the target market for mobile operators. Former executives of Flarion, the company behind early mobile broadband technology Flash-OFDM that was eventually snapped up by Qualcomm in 2005, have come back together in a new U.S.-based start-up venture, called SpiderCloud Wireless. They are joined by executives previously at companies such as Cisco…

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