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BLOG / 09.20.18

How Did Satellite Technology Take Off?

Read about the growth of satellite technology:

  • Thinkers, theories, and visionaries before the first satellite
  • The dawn of the space age
  • Iconic satellites in the early days of orbital technology
  • The lasting utility of satellites


BLOG / 08.29.18

Industry Veteran Vince Butta Takes Marketing Helm at Carnegie Technologies

Mobile technology developer accelerates aggressive growth strategy with key appointments, office expansions and new product launches Carnegie Technologies, a leading wireless communications solutions provider, officially announced today that is has appointed Vincent Butta, a visionary executive with more than 30 years of international business leadership experience, as Carnegie’s Chief Marketing Officer. 


BLOG / 07.11.18

How Carnegie Could Have Saved the Life of John Dutton's Son

I got hooked on the new Kevin Costner series Yellowstone as much as the rest of the nation.  It’s a rare look into the backend of the American ranching industry, albeit wrapped around our country’s love of gangsters, action and family drama.    But as I watched the first episode, I couldn’t help but look at it from a completely different angle than most, one where had family patriarch John Dutton come to me first, he could have saved hundreds of thousands of dollars and <spoiler alert ahead> most importantly, his son’s life. 


NEWS / 06.19.18

Xfinity Mobile: 'Convergence of Wi-Fi and mobile is imminent'

By Claus Hetting, Wi-Fi NOW CEO & Chairman


NEWS / 03.12.18

Carnegie Satellite Solutions at Satellite 2018



NEWS / 02.28.18

A Glimpse into the Future: Continental demonstrates Predictive Connectivity Manager

Our collaboration with Continental is hitting news outlets this week.  Continental will be unveiling the Predictive Connectivity Manager at the Mobile World Congress 2018 in Barcelona. Read more here.

  • BY Alena Liebram, FEBRUARY 26, 2018 
Barcelona, February 26, 2018. It’s a problem all too familiar to those who spend a lot of time driving in rural areas: Mobile network reception is poor, with phone calls suddenly cutting out or music streaming coming to a halt. In many regions, lower bandwidths and high latency still diminish the user experience and prevent drivers from seamlessly transferring their digital lifestyle into their car. In response, technology company Continental has developed a Predictive Connectivity Manager that “looks” into the future to determine network availability and reception quality along the route so that it can then take appropriate action.


NEWS / 01.12.18

2018 Technology Predictions

2017 was an interesting year in the mobile communications space, to say the least - both for Carnegie Technologies itself and for the industry as a whole.  At Carnegie, we experienced an exciting growth year, with the openining of a new Austin headquarters, lots of hiring and the acquistion of the advanced SmartSwitch technology from Chemring.  As an industry, among other things, we saw unlimited data plans return to the marketpace and the FCC vote to eliminate net nautrality.  2018 is sure to be another wild ride, and here are a few of our industry predictions to start the year off with a bang:


NEWS / 12.06.17

Austin Gets New Tech Win as Carnegie Technologies Opens Global Headquarters

AUSTIN, TX (December 6, 2017) -- Carnegie Technologies, a leading innovator of disruptive wireless connectivity solutions, announced today the official opening of its new corporate headquarters in Austin, Texas.  The company will keep its employees and existing offices in San Antonio; Kitchener, Ontario; United Kingdom; Australia; and Serbia as it continues to grow its Austin presence.


NEWS / 11.15.17

Carnegie Announces the integration of the smartswitch

Delivers the Most Complete Package for Combining Wi-Fi and Cellular For The Optimal User Experience Austin, Texas (November 15, 2017) – Carnegie Technologies, a leading wireless connectivity solutions provider, announced today the integration of the SmartSwitch advanced connection management technology into its Network Convergence Platform (NCP). This move creates the market’s first end-to-end solution that allows mobile devices to optimally and consistently combine Wi-Fi and cellular networks to ensure users enjoy their mobile experience. Operators deploying NCP can now provide robust and uninterrupted service to their users while ensuring the maximum data is used on Wi-Fi - a true savings for operators and customers alike.


NEWS / 11.01.17

Carnegie Technologies Acquires SmartSwitch From Chemring Technology Solutions

Combining Forces to Deliver the Most Comprehensive Mobile Wi-Fi Experience Solution Austin, Texas and Romsey, UK (November 1, 2017) – Carnegie Technologies, a leading wireless connectivity solutions provider, announced today its acquisition of the assets of SmartSwitch from Chemring Technology Solutions Ltd, a subsidiary of Chemring Group PLC (LSE: CHG), which pioneered a comprehensive connection management solution for MNOs and MSOs for their Wi-Fi HetNets.  The strategic acquisition of the SmartSwitch assets brings 3GPP ANDSF and Hot Spot 2.0 compliant connection management technology that Carnegie will integrate into its Network Convergence Platform. The acquisition also includes a supporting patent portfolio as well as extensive experience and knowledge that complements that of Carnegie.