InToTally CEO Available for Interviews at Hosted Hospitality Suite at CTIA May 8 and 9, 2012
WHAT: Palo Alto, Calif.-based InToTally will host a hospitality suite during CTIA Wireless and be on-site to discuss its groundbreaking network optimization technology, ToT-OLPC™, which has been deployed by Vodafone Group Plc (NASDAQ:VOD).
ToT-OLPC™ will allow for critical infrastructure improvements in operators’ mobile networks and enable their ability to add new services and revenues and decrease CAPEX.
WHY: Everyone is familiar with the frustrations caused by overstressed mobile networks, such as dropped calls, short battery life, degraded and slow data transfer on our smartphones and tablets. Network saturation is only getting worse as the mobile industry transitions to LTE and 4G with HD voice, mobile video, gaming, machine-to-machine apps, remote health and other mobile services.
InToTally’s patented network performance technology solves a 20-year-old power control problem that has resulted in a 40% increase in network capacity. This groundbreaking solution is considered so critical to Vodafone’s global network infrastructure and its ability to add new revenues and decrease CAPEX, that Vodafone deployed the solution (after completing the field tests) and taken an equity stake in the company.
WHEN: Editors/Analysts meetings are available for booking in 15-30-minute windows.
Tuesday, May 8 – Natchez Room 8 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Wednesday, May 9 – Bridge Room 8 a.m. – 3 p.m.
WHERE: Second Floor – Marriot Convention Center – 859 Convention Center Blvd., New Orleans
MEDIA OPPS: CEO Álvaro López-Medrano is available for interviews at CTIA*
About InToTally: InToTally delivers a vast leap forward in wireless technology solutions that enable network operators and device manufacturers to accelerate innovation and deliver more powerful mobile services. InToTally’s innovative, patented approach optimizes wireless technologies to ensure the best user experience for the always-on digital lifestyle. InToTally helps the telecommunications industry improve network performance, reduce infrastructure costs and increase business agility. Founded in 2002 as part of an R&D partnership with the Polytechnic University of Madrid, Spain, InToTally operates a technology development center in Palo Alto, Calif.
EDITORS NOTE: Interviews/briefings are available in advance of CTIA. Press release and tech backgrounder available upon request.