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SEPTEMBER 25, 2019 – KIRKLAND, WA — Spectrum Effect®, a pioneer in spectrum analytics, announced today the establishment of new partnerships with four highly-respected VAR providers to expand its reach and provide local support and services for its flagship Spectrum-NET® solution.

Spectrum Effect’s new partners include:

LinkQuest Global in India, Thailand, Myanmar, Saudi Arabia and UAE
Immobi in Indonesia and Malaysia
ACTS in Taiwan
TeleResources in Australia and New Zealand

The new partners join existing Spectrum Effect VAR partners:

WSA in Philippines
Ant Group in Vietnam
CIS Group in South America

“Spectrum Effect has made outstanding progress with our Spectrum-NET solution and mobile operator deployments. Building on this momentum, these new VAR partners enable Spectrum Effect to effectively serve important new markets as we enter 2020,” stated Charles Immendorf, CEO of Spectrum Effect. “We welcome LinkQuest, Immobi, ACTS and TeleResources to the Spectrum Effect team.”

Spectrum Effect will continue to roll out its partner network, adding premier engineering services firms in various regions across the globe to deliver seamless, best-in-class support and services for Spectrum-NET as demand continues to grow.

About Spectrum Effect

Spectrum Effect® was founded by the wireless industry veterans behind the Eden-NET SON solution (acquired by a tier-1 OEM) with technologies incubated in advanced research projects with the United States Department of Defense and the Office of Naval Research. Spectrum Effect has pioneered a completely new and novel approach for mobile operators to mitigate harmful anomalous interference through innovative machine learning based analytics of mobile network data. Categories of this anomalous interference include external interference (e.g., bi-directional amplifiers, RFID scanners, CATV cable egress), PIM interference, interference carried by tropospheric ducting and RAN-generated interference. Our revolutionary solution, Spectrum-NET®, automatically detects, characterizes, classifies, aggregates, locates, predicts and measures the impact of anomalous interference within mobile networks. Protected by numerous patents, Spectrum-NET operates seamlessly across multi-vendor UMTS, LTE and (soon) 5G NR networks on a continual basis without any need for external probes. With Spectrum-NET, operators across the globe are now rapidly addressing anomalous RF interference, improving network KPIs, surgically deploying their field assets and saving significant OPEX.


Cara Mormino

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