Dali Wireless Discusses Its Innovative Approach to Meeting Growing Demand for Mobile Network Capacity

Proprietary cloud-based solution of Dali Wireless, built on more than 200 patents, allows mobile operators to adapt to current demand and future needs.

February 27, 2015 – Boca Raton, FL — Albert Lee, Chairman and CEO of Dali Wireless, observes during his interview with Corporate Review, “The existing mobile network was built to support voice transmissions, not the current and rapidly growing level of data and video usage.” He adds, “The demand for mobile services places a major strain on the existing system, and the rapidly coming tsunami of increased uses is a source of great concern for the mobile industry.” Tune in to watch the Dali Wireless segment airing on Bloomberg International (as pd. prog) on March 1, 2015 at 7:30am GMT. Check your local listings for airtimes.

Explaining the inspiration for his company, Lee notes, “The introduction of the iPhone marked the beginning of a migration of computing from desktops to smartphones and mobile devices. Our use of proprietary software solutions and a cloud model allows us to break the communications bottleneck many now experience.

This important capability is underlined by Co-Founder and CTO Professor Shawn Stapleton when he explains, “Our approach ‘future-proofs’ networks and allows operators the flexibility and scalability to reconfigure networks dynamically over time. It also facilitates providing flexible capacity when and where it is needed.”

Founded in 2006, Dali Wireless in headquartered in Silicon Valley, California, and has R&D facilities in Vancouver, Canada.

The RF router developed by Dali Wireless is capable of providing mobile coverage wherever and whenever there is a need for wireless access on a 24/7 basis. The cloud-based, all digital software-controlled system received “Best of Tower and Small Summit” Award and the Emerging Tech Award E-Tech 2014, among other recognition.

Lee ended his comments by explaining, “Our real value comes from helping operators mine the “invisible gold” of their sliver of the communications spectrum, permitting more throughput and breaking the bottleneck that causes more than 60 percent of all smartphone users to express dissatisfaction with their device’s indoor performance.”

Vice President of Programming for Corporate Review, JL Haber, makes the observation, “Dali Wireless is precisely the kind of company we seek out to share with our viewers. Their creative and visionary approach to a real business problem promises to provide a real benefit to potentially billions of mobile users.” Tune in to watch the Dali Wireless segment airing on Bloomberg International (as pd. prog) on March 1, 2015 at 7:30am GMT. Check your local listings for airtimes.

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