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September 20, 2016 – KIRKLAND, WA — Spectrum Effect®, a pioneer in mobile spectrum analytics and optimization, today announced The Telecom Council of Silicon Valley has selected the company to present at the Council’s signature TC3 (Telecom Council Carrier Connections) event on September 28, 2016.

The annual TC3 Summit facilitates relationships between startups building new technologies and telecom companies seeking fresh innovations. Spectrum Effect’s breakthrough solution, Spectrum-NET, will be showcased on the main stage at TC3 before an audience of telecom operators, vendors, venture capitalists, platform providers, startups and developers.

“With the steady increase in data demand on today’s networks, and spectrum sharing and 5G on the horizon, mobile spectrum is the industry’s chief concern,” commented Spectrum Effect CEO, Frank DeJoy. “Spectrum-NET ensures operators are realizing the full potential of this scarce asset, and we’re excited to step on stage for the first time to share this breakthrough with the industry.”

“TC3 Summit puts cutting edge communications startups in the same room and across the table from the network operators and telecom vendors who need cutting edge innovation,” said Liz Kerton President of Telecom Council. “We are pleased that Spectrum Effect will be joining us this year as one of those cutting edge startups.”

Spectrum Effect’s Spectrum-NET solution is an invaluable tool that helps mobile operators make the most of existing 3G and 4G spectrum assets by automatically identifying, locating and mitigating sources of external RF interference and optimizing networks for future sharing opportunities.

Media Information

Who: Spectrum Effect and Telecom Council of Silicon Valley

Where: Computer History Museum, Mountain View, California

When: Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Time: 10:30 am

About Spectrum Effect

Spectrum Effect has pioneered a new approach for mobile operators to mitigate harmful RF interference through innovative machine learning-driven analysis of mobile network data. Spectrum Effect’s R&D is located in Kirkland, Washington USA, and Monterrey, Mexico. Spectrum Effect’s fast-paced culture is a blend of strong innovation, industry best practices, and a collective passion for developing disruptive technologies that deliver significant customer value. Spectrum Effect’s state-of-the-art Spectrum-NET software solution automatically identifies and locatjavascript:noop();es RF interference sources. Protected by 25 issued patents, Spectrum-NET operates continuously and seamlessly for all RF bands across multi-vendor NR, LTE and UMTS layers within a mobile network. With Spectrum-NET, operators across the globe are rapidly addressing RF interference, improving network KPIs, surgically deploying their field assets and saving significant OPEX.


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