Mosaik Solutions Joins Wireless Broadband Alliance to Support Global Wi-Fi Roaming and Marketing Needs
Mosaik Solutions to leverage geospatial network intelligence expertise to support Alliance initiatives
MEMPHIS, Tenn. – Aug. 13, 2013 – Mosaik Solutions, the global source for geospatial network intelligence, today announced it has joined the Wireless Broadband Alliance (WBA), the worldwide industry alliance to secure outstanding user experiences through the deployment of next-generation Wi-Fi. Mosaik Solutions will lend its industry expertise to further enable the WBA to make seamless, interoperable and secure global Wi-Fi roaming a reality.
To lend support to this mission, Mosaik Solutions joins 100 of the other top Wi-Fi, mobile and broadband operators, network infrastructure providers and software companies across the globe. Members include some of the biggest names in the telecoms industry, including AT&T, Boingo Wireless, BT, China Mobile, Cisco Systems, Comcast, Google, Intel Corporation, iPass, KT Corporation, NTT DOCOMO, Orange and Time Warner Cable.
“The WBA welcomes Mosaik Solutions to its expanding membership, an important player in the mobile ecosystem which is well known for its strong roaming expertise,” said Shrikant Shenwai, CEO of the WBA. “The company’s core capabilities and focus align well with WBA’s mission of driving the deployment of next-generation Wi-Fi for end users around the world, particularly at a time when a number of operators are working together to facilitate global Wi-Fi roaming.”
“Seamless integration between networks is vital to the growth of Wi-Fi and to the profitability of mobile services.” said Bryan Darr, CEO and founder of Mosaik Solutions. “Our participation with the WBA is another example of our commitment to supporting wireless roaming globally, by providing the network intelligence solutions needed for providers to market their services better and execute with a solid information base.”
Mosaik Solutions houses and maintains the world’s most comprehensive mobile and network coverage database. The company’s coverage data and cloud-based mapping and analytical services empower decision makers with customized geospatial network intelligence on different segments of the ecosystem. Mosaik Solutions’ clients leverage these capabilities with geospatial, marketing and business intelligence solutions to attract and retain customers and to make better business decisions.
About Mosaik Solutions
Mosaik Solutions is the global source for geospatial network intelligence. The company maintains the largest mobile network coverage catalog in the world. To provide its clients with the most current intelligence available, the global coverage catalog is evaluated and updated quarterly.
With more than 20 years of experience, Mosaik Solutions also provides telecommunications coverage patterns, wireless spectrum depth, network configurations, and licensing data delivered through geospatial, analytical, creative and web solutions tailored to meet client needs. This comprehensive and accurate geospatial network intelligence helps clients acquire and retain customers, make sound business decisions and execute with a solid information base.
About the Wireless Broadband Alliance
Founded in 2003, the aim of the Wireless Broadband Alliance (WBA) is to secure an outstanding user experience through the global deployment of next generation Wi-Fi. In order to make this a reality, the WBA is currently championing various initiatives in the Wi-Fi ecosystem including Next Generation Hotspot (NGH) trials, Wi-Fi Roaming and its Interoperability Compliance Program (ICP). Today, membership includes major fixed operators such as BT, Comcast and Time Warner Cable; seven of the top 10 mobile operator groups (by revenue) and leading technology companies such as Cisco, Google and Intel. WBA member operators collectively serve more than 1 billion subscribers and operate more than 5 million hotspots globally. The WBA Board includes Arqiva, AT&T, Boingo Wireless, BT, China Mobile, Cisco Systems, Intel Corporation, iPass, KT Corporation, NTT DOCOMO and Orange.
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