Maven Wireless receives first order from Indian Rail

Maven Wireless has received an order worth approximately 1 MSEK from AE Telelink, a system integrator in India. The order will be delivered and billed during 2022.

The order includes a Maven Stratus High Power DAS system together with a Cirrus off-air master unit to provide VHF radio coverage for a railway tunnel in the Jaipur district. This is the first commercial order from Indian market.

“I am really excited about our first order in India where our local sales organisation together with our partner has done a fantastic job supporting Indian Rail to secure the first railway project for Maven Wireless in India. Looking ahead Indian Rail are planning to tender circa 10 bigger rail tunnel projects until 2024 with total business potential for Maven Wireless of up to 16 M€.” said Fredrik Ekström, CEO of Maven Wireless.

Maven Wireless granted a patent for multi-operator O-RAN using DAS

Maven Wireless Sweden AB (publ), a market leader of groundbreaking solutions in wireless coverage, has been granted a second patent in Korea for multi-operator O-RAN using DAS

The new patent in Korea covers key elements on how to provide multi-operator mobile coverage for Open Radio Access Network (O-RAN) systems using Distributed Antenna System (DAS). This patent strengthens and protects the company position for delivering its DAS for ORAN based coverage solutions.

An Open Radio Access Network (O-RAN) is a totally disaggregated approach to deploying mobile fronthaul and midhaul networks built entirely on cloud native principles. O-RAN is an evolution of the Next Generation RAN (NG-RAN) architecture, first introduced by the GSMA’s 3GPP in their release 15. More information about O-RAN can be found at o-ran.org.

Including the new granted patent, Maven Wireless possesses 52 patents worldwide and has additionally 19 patent applications pending.

Maven Wireless granted a second patent in Japan

Maven Wireless, a market leader of groundbreaking solutions in wireless coverage, has been granted a second patent in Japan

Maven Wireless provides ground-breaking solutions in wireless coverage all over the world. The company offers a unique and comprehensive DAS system for indoor and tunnel coverage. The solutions are unique and future-proof and supports all relevant technologies from 2G to 5G as well as blue light services. The company has an active strategy for intellectual property rights, including patents, to protect its proprietary products.

Including the new granted patent, Maven Wireless possesses 51 patents worldwide and has additionally 20 patent applications pending. The new patent in Japan covers key elements on how to provide redundancy in a Distributed Antenna System (DAS). This patent primarily supports and protects Maven Wireless’ business in the Asia and Pacific region.

Maven Wireless opens a new office in Singapore

Maven Wireless Sweden AB (publ) today opens their new office at 360 Orchard Road, International Building in Singapore. This new office will serve as the regional headquarters for the APAC region.

“Maven Wireless has a strong position in South East Asia with existing high profile projects centred around Singapore, so this new office makes perfect sense. The company is expanding strongly in the region with new orders from, for example, China and Australia. This new office will strengthen the company position in the APAC region for both existing and new customers” said Fredrik Ekström, CEO of Maven Wireless.

Maven Wireless granted a third patent in China

Maven Wireless, a market leader of groundbreaking solutions in wireless coverage, has been granted a third patent in China

Maven Wireless provides ground-breaking solutions in wireless coverage all over the world. The company offers a unique and comprehensive DAS system for indoor and tunnel coverage. The solutions are unique and future-proof and supports all relevant technologies from 2G to 5G as well as blue light services. The company has an active strategy for intellectual property rights, including patents, to protect its proprietary products.

Including the new granted patent, Maven Wireless possesses 50 patents worldwide and has additionally 21 patent applications pending. The new patent in China covers key elements on how to use carrier aggregation in a Distributed Antenna System (DAS). This patent support and protects Maven Wireless’ business in the Asia and Pacific region.

Maven Wireless granted a new patent in Japan

Maven Wireless, a market leader of groundbreaking solutions in wireless coverage, has been granted a first patent in Japan

Maven Wireless provides ground-breaking solutions in wireless coverage all over the world. The company offers a unique and comprehensive DAS system for indoor and tunnel coverage. The solutions are unique and future-proof and supports all relevant technologies from 2G to 5G as well as blue light services. The company has an active strategy for intellectual property rights, including patents, to protect its proprietary products.

Including the new granted patent, Maven Wireless possesses 49 patents worldwide and has additionally 22 patent applications pending. The new patent in Japan covers key elements on how to attain signal dominance in a Distributed Antenna System (DAS). This patent support and protects Maven Wireless’ business in the Asia and Pacific region.

Maven Wireless granted two new patents

Maven Wireless, a market leader of groundbreaking solutions for wireless coverage, has been granted one new patent from IP Australia and a first patent approval in South Korea

Maven Wireless provides ground-breaking solutions in wireless coverage all over the world. The company offers a unique and comprehensive DAS system for indoor and tunnel coverage. The solutions are unique and future-proof, and supports all relevant technologies from 2G to 5G as well as bluelight services. The company has an active strategy for intellectual property rights, including patents, to protect its proprietary products.

Including the new granted patents, Maven Wireless possesses 48 patents worldwide and has additionally 24 patent applications pending. The new Australian patent covers key elements of multioperator ORAN-based systems. The first approved patent i South Korea covers how to attain signal dominance in a distributed antenna system (DAS). These two patents support and protects Maven Wireless’ business in the Asia and Pasific region.

Maven Wireless receives 10 MSEK order from system integrator in Singapore

Maven Wireless has received an order worth approximately 10 MSEK from Mozark Pte Ltd a system integrator in Singapore. The order will be delivered and billed during first half of 2022.

The order include a Maven Stratus High Power DAS system to provide radio communications for both emergency services but also mobile telephony coverage for Marina Bay Sands in Singapore. The system contains the latest 5G technology with MIMO functionallity to maximize capacity on the 3.5 GHz band.

“Countries in Asia are at the forefront of the 5G expansion for indoor coverage and this order is further proof that we meet the market's new requirements for 5G technology for indoor coverage that supports all operators. It is extra exciting to deliver a system that combines older mobile technologies and advanced 5G as well as the rescue service's frequencies to be able to maximize the experience and security for guests and visitors in the iconic building Marina Bay Sands in Singapore” said Fredrik Ekström, CEO of Maven Wireless.

Maven Wireless awarded frame agreement with Swiss federal railways SBB valued at SEK 213m

Maven Wireless through their local partner and system integrator Rhomberg Bahntechnik has received an award letter for a five-year frame agreement delivering bluelight- and cellular coverage throughout tunnels in Switzerland. The frame agreement includes Maven Wireless products and services worth approximately SEK 213m. The agreement can be extended for up to additional 2+2 years.

After a 2-week cool-down period the contract signing process will be started.

SBB Infrastructure provide the rails, the energy and the telecom network for the railway in Switzerland. The railway in Switzerland carries 1.25 million passengers and 250,000 tonnes of goods every day and it has over 270 km of tunnels.

Rhomberg Bahntechnik, with its headquarters in Austria and offices in Switzerland and Germany, is a full railway engineering service provider and offers a comprehensive range of railway construction, infrastructure and service products.

“This is one of a handful larger frame agreements in Europe which marks our strong position as a leading supplier of wireless indoor- and tunnel coverage products. Our customer and travelers in Switzerland will benefit from our groundbreaking DAS solutions which is also the most sustainable DAS product in the market. This award also falls in line with our planned growth and contributes to a solid foundation for our business in Europe.” said Fredrik Ekström, CEO of Maven Wireless.

Maven Wireless granted three new patents in Australia

Maven Wireless, a market leader of groundbreaking solutions for wireless coverage, has been granted three patents from IP Australia. This is an important milestone in Maven Wireless’s further expansion in APAC region.

Maven Wireless provides groundbreaking solutions in wireless coverage all over the world. The company offers a unique and comprehensive DAS system with indoor and tunnel coverage. The solutions are unique and future-proof, and supports all relevant technologies from 2G to 5G as well as bluelight services. The company has an active strategy for intellectual property rights, including patents, to protect its proprietary products.

With the new granted patents Maven Wireless possesses 46 patents worldwide and has additionally 26 patent applications still pending. The new Austrailian patents cover key elements of a digital DAS system but also how to use carrier aggregation and build automatic and redundant DAS systems. These patents support and protects Maven Wireless’ business in Australia.