Maven Wireless receives a first inbuilding order from Poland

The local partner and integrator AKP Wireless will provide inbuilding coverage for the Polish National Museum supporting all Polish mobile operators. The order value is 2,4 MSEK.

The customer will use Maven Wireless high power digital DAS and the newest low power DAS product called Nimbus.
This Maven coverage system will support all existing bands and technologies in Poland together with support for narrowband IoT sensors. The system is ready to be upgraded with additional 5G bands.

“I am happy to win our first purchase order from a customer in Poland to provide inbuilding coverage for all the Polish mobile operators. This is yet another step on our expansion path to be the global leader for wireless inbuilding- and tunnel solutions.“ says Fredrik Ekström CEO of Maven Wireless.

Maven Wireless confirmed as winner of the SEK 213 million SBB tender

The Investigation of the appeal on the award of the tender with the Swiss Transport Authority SBB, which was announced earlier, has been completed. The federal administrative court has confirmed that Maven Wireless with its local partner Rhomberg is the winner of the framework agreement with SBB worth approximately SEK 213 million for the company.

No opposing party has announced a desire to pursue the matter further to the federal Supreme Court, which means that this decision is final.

“I am very happy about the court's clear decision that the tender process was correct and that we are the clear winners of the SBB tender. Furthermore, this contract is yet another confirmation of the company's strong position in the field of tunnel solutions for both blue-light radio and mobile communication." says Fredrik Ekström, CEO of Maven Wireless.

Maven Wireless signs an updated contract for the SEK 213 million SBB frame agreement

The investigation continious after the appeal against the award of a framework agreement with the Swiss Transport Administration SBB, which was announced earlier, a decision is expected later in 2022. During this process, the court has approved that SBB can start execute on projects planned in the near future from the original frame agreement. Maven Wireless, together with its local partner Rhomberg Bahntechnik, has therefore signed an updated contract enabling us to deliver products for both near time carve out projects but also products for the entire frame agreement.

Maven Wireless has also carried out start-up meetings and project planning for carve out projects as well as product training for the end customer SBB.

“I am very pleased about the court's decision to let the end customer SBB begin its planned work from the original frame agreement, we interpret this as positive signals in the overall process. Furthermore, a confirmation of continous supprt from SBB towards us and Rhomberg for the future business within the bigger frame agreement. This new agreement enable us to start delivery of products immediately.” says Fredrik Ekström, CEO of Maven Wireless.

Maven Wireless granted a third patent in Japan

Maven Wireless, a market leader of groundbreaking solutions in wireless coverage, has been granted a third 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 55 patents worldwide and has additionally 16 patent applications pending. The new patent in Japan 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.

Primary insiders and investors in Maven Wireless purchase in total 100 000 shares

Maven Wireless Sweden AB (publ) has been notified that on June 9, 2022 primary insiders has purchased shares off market. Göran Grosskopf purchased 30,000 shares, after the transaction Göran Grosskopf holds 4 638 372 shares in Maven Wireless.
Gunnar Malmström purchased 10,000 shares, after the transaction Gunnar Malmström holds 7,710,304 shares in Maven Wireless.
Johan Lundquist purchased 10,000 shares, after the transaction Johan Lundquist holds 1,962,560 shares in Maven Wireless. In addition investor Bo-Axel Ax:son Johnson purchased 50,000 shares, after the transaction Bo-Axel Ax:son Johnson holds 391,541 shares in Maven Wireless.

Maven Wireless granted an O-RAN patent for multi- operator DAS in China

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

The new patent in China 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 54 patents worldwide and has additionally 17 patent applications pending.

Maven Wireless granted a fourth patent in China

Maven Wireless Sweden AB (publ), a market leader of groundbreaking solutions in wireless coverage, has been granted a fourth patent in China for Real-valued passband data transport in DAS

The new patent in China relates to the implementation of an active distributed antenna system (DAS) transporting digital passband data. A method is provided of transporting digital data in a DAS. The method comprises receiving data from at least one data source, processing the received data, and providing the processed data as digital real-valued passband data for further transport within the DAS.

Including the new granted patent, Maven Wireless possesses 53 patents worldwide and has additionally 18 patent applications pending.

Maven Wireless signs 3-year agreement with Tele2 and receives first order of SEK 2.7 million

Maven Wireless Sweden AB (publ) has entered into a 3-year delivery and support agreement regarding repeaters and DAS systems for the Swedish market. The company also receives a first order of SEK 2.7 million for indoor repeaters.

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.