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Ensure only authorized devices connect to your private network

By Scott Fischel, Certification Working Group Chair The new MFA Private Network Identifier Program Private networks have been gaining ground as enterprises and industry verticals recognize the benefits of owning, controlling, and innovating with their own network. For...

Why is Certifying MulteFire Devices Important?

Scott Fischel, MFA Certification Work Group Chair, interviews Luisa Natividad Caro García of DEKRA Testing and Certification, S.A.U. To support the MulteFire 1.9 GHz (sXGP) Certification Program, the MFA announced its first MFA Authorized Test Lab (ATL) at DEKRA in...

Traction for Private Wireless Networks Grows

By Mazen Chmaytelli, MulteFire Alliance President As the world grapples with the impacts of COVID-19 upon our everyday lives and social distancing becomes the norm, the case for automation in the workplace becomes more business-critical than ever.  Automation in...

Roadmap to the Future of Connectivity

By Christian Wagner, m3Connect According to Gartner, there will be 25 billion connected devices by 2021. The interest in better connectivity within the wireless industry focuses on the need to support this rising number of connected devices which continue to demand an...

MulteFire: Ready for Deployment in Japan

By Outi Niemi, MulteFire Alliance Secretary I recently returned from our MulteFire Open Day in Tokyo which included an exciting mix of presentations from Alliance leadership, Q&A with attendees and live MulteFire technology demonstrations. While this was our...

MulteFire Alliance IoT Optimized Specification Now Publicly Available

MulteFire Alliance IoT Optimized Specification Now Publicly Available By Mazen Chmaytelli, MulteFire Alliance President I am pleased to announce that the MulteFire Release 1.1 specification is now available to download for anyone with an interest in LTE-based...