Entries by Fredrik Ekström

Maven Wireless becomes an O-RAN Alliance Contributor

Maven Wireless is proud to be an active contributor to the O-RAN alliance where we are building the Next Generation RANAs mobile traffic increases, mobile networks and the equipment that runs them must become more software-driven, virtualized, flexible, intelligent and energy efficient. The O-RAN Alliance is committed to evolving radio access networks— making them more […]

Meet us at Mobile World Congress 2018

Maven Wireless will introduce the world’s first 6 band fanless digital DAS remote at Mobile World Congress, February 26 – March 1, 2018. You can find us in Hall 7, at Booth 7F41. We’d love to meet you, drop in or contact us to schedule a personal meeting to discuss how you can benefit from […]

Introducing the world’s 1st end-to-end digital TETRA DAS

World’s 1st end-to-end digital TETRA DAS for critical communications and public safety networks by Maven Wireless Stockholm, Sweden, September 25, 2017 – Maven Wireless, the game changer in wireless coverage, announced the arrival of the world’s 1st end-to-end digital TETRA DAS, (Distributed Antenna System) for in-building coverage at, Critical Communications MENA 2017 in Dubai. Mission […]

Maven Wireless aims higher as a Eurostars SME

We are proud to be among the very few companies approved to join the Eurostars SME international family. Eurostars selection is based on our R&D excellence and high degree of innovation, which gives our products competitive advantages that are rapidly marketable with global reach. Look out for news about additional products to our game changing […]

Reducing CO2 emissions

A large amount of energy is needed to power the mobile network infrastructure. This makes energy efficiency an environmental as well as a business priority. There are several initiatives to increase energy efficiency in mobile networks by GSMA, EUREKA (Eureka/SooGREEN) and other organisations. In Sweden, Tele2 is launching an extensive project to make its 4G […]

The future is MIMO

With a practical roll-out of 5G still many years away, there is plenty of scope in the existing LTE standard to improve network quality and capacity by deploying MIMO, as discussed in this white paper from Northstream. MIMO uses multiple antennas at the base station and the mobile terminal to provide increased data rates and […]