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March 27, 2018 – KIRKLAND, WA —

Spectrum Effect®,

a pioneer in RF spectrum analytics, today announced the company has been nominated to the Innovation Showcase Class of 2018.

Telecom Council’s Innovation Showcase is an annual search for communications startups who demonstrate not only innovative solutions that can change the way people communicate, but also a viable means to bring that solution to market. Spectrum Effect was chosen by Telecom Council members to join the elite list of dynamic companies representing the forefront of startup innovation in our industry.

“Telecom Council’s Service Provider Forum members, who represent over 2 billion subscribers globally, scout for new products and technologies all year long,” said Liz Kerton, President of the Telecom Council. “From 150 communication startups, these service providers chose Spectrum Effect to be in the Innovation Showcase Class of 2018.”

“We are honored to receive this nomination and to join the Innovation Showcase Class of 2018,” commented Spectrum Effect CEO, Frank J. DeJoy. “Our selection reinforces our position as a pioneer in the spectrum analytics space and strengthens our commitment to streamlining the way wireless carriers detect and mitigate RF Interference.”

Spectrum Effect will demonstrate its groundbreaking Machine Learning solution, Spectrum-NET, at the Innovation Showcase Demo Day on Tuesday, May 22, 2018 in Santa Clara, CA, USA.


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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