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Nextivity Launches Cel-Fi WAVE

SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA — (Marketwired) — 08/25/15 — . today announced the launch and availability of , a multi-faceted, end-to-end software solution that connects Cel-Fi smart signal boosters to Nextivity–s cloud-hosted services. With Cel-Fi WAVE, Mobile Network Operators (MNOs) can easily monitor and manage Cel-Fi smart signal boosters deployed across their networks. Cel-Fi WAVE provides visibility into booster location, configuration, and performance on MNOs– increasingly dense and complex networks to help them optimize their coverage footprint for subscribers.

Cel-Fi WAVE is comprised of an agent that runs on Cel-Fi devices, as well as on the Cel-Fi WAVE desktop and mobile applications. The agent is connected to cloud-hosted services that provide a wide variety of capabilities to Nextivity and its customers. With Cel-Fi WAVE, software updates and configurations can now be pushed from the cloud to individual Cel-Fi systems, or to groups of devices. Controls and alerts, such as changes in device location, can also be layered in with the service from MNOs. This makes it easier for MNOs to manage devices over their network, resulting in wider, more reliable deployments.

End users can now also register their systems on the network using the Cel-Fi WAVE mobile or desktop application. Cel-Fi WAVE is initially enabled on Cel-Fi PRO systems that AT&T has authorized for use on its wireless network.

Advanced management capabilities for enterprise administrators, resellers

Cel-Fi smart signal boosters can be deployed independently or in small and mid-size enterprises as part of a broader HetNet solution. Cel-Fi WAVE offers resellers and IT administrators advanced installation and monitoring capabilities for improved quality of service and performance.

“Network densification through the use of small cells represents the next major phase for mobile, and requires intelligent, easily-managed, or self-managed, self-organizing systems. In addition, coverage and capacity concerns have gone mainstream, and service providers have recognized Cel-Fi as an ideal and cost-effective solution that can be easily deployed as an extension to macro coverage, or as a complement to small cells,” said Werner Sievers, CEO of Nextivity.

“With Cel-Fi WAVE, we have added critical connectivity capabilities to the world–s most advanced smart signal booster, allowing customers to feel more confident in deploying Cel-Fi on their networks – at the edge or right in the middle,” continued Sievers. “This improves network quality and an individual user–s experience.”

Connected smart signal boosters for ubiquitous coverage

Cel-Fi WAVE offers the following features and capabilities:

Cel-Fi WAVE can be connected to the MNO–s own cloud or centralized self-organizing network (C-SON) system through web APIs. For example, a newly deployed Cel-Fi Smart Signal Booster can be configured by a C-SON to boost specific frequencies and bandwidths at a specific location. The system gain can also be actively managed to appropriately size the coverage footprint of the signal booster, creating an ideal coverage footprint.

Additional features are in development, and will be available to customers based on their specific requirements. More information on Cel-Fi WAVE is available at .

About Nextivity Inc.

Headquartered in San Diego, develops the Smart Signal Booster, which is authorized by more than 169 leading global carriers in 89 countries for use on their networks. Nextivity–s engineering team has leveraged advanced signal processing and intelligent antenna design to develop the world–s only self-configuring, environmentally aware indoor coverage systems. Additional information is available at , on Twitter , and on Facebook ().

Nextivity, the Nextivity logo, and Cel-Fi are registered trademarks of Nextivity Incorporated in the United States and/or other countries. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.

Media Contact
Marisa Marzano
Echo PR (for Nextivity)
marisa (at) echo-communications.com

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