Industry changing, innovative technologies are the heritage of Federated Wireless.
Federated Wireless is unlocking a spectrum of possibilities, leading the wireless industry through the shared spectrum revolution. By enabling a new shared economy model via standardized subscription costs and pricing, Federated Wireless is giving organizations of all sizes the opportunity to become a carrier and cost-effectively deliver new services via the spectrum.
Federated Wireless’ unique approach allows carriers old and new to quickly and cost-effectively utilize and leverage spectrum for a broad range of services, such as Private-LTE applications or network densification for 5G. This not only ensures that this finite resource is preserved and available for the next wave of mobile business innovation, but will result in businesses and consumers experiencing better service quality whether they are indoors or outdoors, rural or urban, allowing us to have it all no matter where we are.
Federated Wireless’ innovation can be traced back to its founding scientists and their work at the Hume Center, Wireless@VT at Virginia Tech, and government agencies, such as DoD and DARPA. Dr. Charles Clancy is the co-author of Spectrum Sharing strategy. Dr. Jeff Reed was a member of The United States President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology (PCAST) and was influential in shaping the shared spectrum model adopted by the FCC. Dr. Robert McGwier is one of the foremost leading scientists in telecommunication systems engineering along with Dr. Joe Mitola who laid the foundation for spectrum-sensing cognitive radio.
Federated Wireless’ parent company is Allied Minds, who partners with universities and federal research institutions to develop new technologies, bridging the commercial gap by creating businesses based on these technologies.