LO QUE HACEMOS

La tecnología de Arbitraje Dinámico del Espectro con la que cuenta Rivada Networks, transforma las redes en mercados.

Considerando la demanda de datos móviles, la cual está creciendo a una tasa anual aproximada de 50%, nos encontramos ante la necesidad urgente de utilizar de manera eficiente el espectro y las redes inalámbricas. La tecnología de Rivada responde a esta necesidad.

El tecnología de Arbitraje Dinámico del Espectro asigna los recursos de la red LTE a los compradores mayoristas de ancho de banda inalámbrica, mientras que su Mercado de Acceso Abierto (Open Access Market, OAM por sus siglas en inglés) permite a los oferentes comprar ese ancho de banda con un año de anticipación, un mes de anticipación o hasta a tiempo real dependiendo de la demanda prevista y de las condiciones del mercado.

El Mercado de Acceso Abierto (OAM), el cual ha sido probado exitosamente en mercados para el suministro de energía eléctrica, reduce radicalmente las barreras de entrada en el mercado de telefonía móvil, ya que asegura que la oferta y la demanda se equilibren durante todas las horas del día, en cada sitio celular de una red. Esto a su vez hace posible una amplia gama de nuevos modelos de negocio en el mercado que permitan aprovechar el ancho de banda.

El mercado actual de datos móviles está dominado por las cuotas mensuales que cobran los operadores por dispositivo. El funcionamiento del mercado actual no logra captar los potenciales usos que existen para los datos móviles. El crecimiento en la demanda de datos móviles durante los próximos años, estará dominado por las comunicaciones de máquina a máquina (M2M, por sus siglas en inglés) y aplicaciones sobre el “Internet de las Cosas” (IoT, por sus siglas en inglés). Esta tendencia sobre el uso de datos móviles podría beneficiarse, en gran medida, de la posibilidad de comprar capacidad a precios accesibles en el momento y lugar en donde las redes actualmente se encuentran sub-utilizadas. Incluso los operadores tradicionales podrían ser capaces de ofrecer un mejor servicio, más rápido y más estable al tener la posibilidad de comprar capacidad según sus necesidades (basadas en la demanda del mercado).

NO PODEMOS CREAR MAS ESPECTRO INALAMBRICO, PERO PODEMOS UTILIZARLO MCUHO MEJOR

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Mercado de Acceso Abierto
Mercado de Acceso Abierto

El Mercado de Acceso Abierto de Rivada (OAM) otorga imparcialidad, transparencia y facilidad de acceso a cualquier actor que busque un mundo conectado de forma inalámbrica. La tecnología de Rivada permite que el ancho de banda 4G pueda comprarse con un año de anticipación, un mes de anticipación o incluso a tiempo real, ofreciendo una flexibilidad sin precedentes sobre la utilización y gestión de las redes. Para conocer más a fondo el Mercado de Acceso Abierto y sus implicaciones para el futuro de la tecnología inalámbrica, favor de consultar el siguiente documento escrito por el Prof. Peter Cramton: www.openaccesswireless.com

Compartición Dinámica del Espectro
Compartición Dinámica del Espectro

El espectro inalámbrico es demasiado valioso y escaso como para no ser compartido. Compartir el espectro no tiene por qué significar anarquía al estilo Wi-Fi. La tecnología patentada de Rivada se basa en la compartición del espectro a la que llamamos “Arbitraje Dinámico del Espectro”. Esta tecnología permite a cualquier red 4G – o cualquier parte de esa red, aun siendo una sola estación base – servir a sus clientes durante el plazo de sus contratos. Esos contratos pueden llegar a durar desde una hora hasta un año. Cuando los servicios de rescate y emergencia de los países necesitan ancho de banda inalámbrico, significa que requieren todo el ancho de banda de manera inmediata debido a la urgencia de atender a su población. Derivado de esta necesidad, Rivada desarrolló su tecnología de “Prioridad de Acceso Escalonado”, la cual asegura que el ancho de banda en las redes de Seguridad Pública, los servicios de rescate y emergencia, de cualquier tipo, sean siempre los primeros en tener acceso a la red de manera prioritaria. Cuando esas redes no están ocupadas, la “Compartición Dinámica del Espectro” de Rivada permite a esas redes generar negocio en el sector de seguridad pública. En muchos casos esto significa que la Seguridad Pública utiliza la red de banda ancha sin costo alguno para los contribuyentes, gracias a la posibilidad que Rivada brinda de convertir capacidad disponible en dinero en efectivo.

Servicios Mejorados basados en la Localización
Servicios Mejorados basados en la Localización

Servicios Mejorados basados en la Localización (eLBS, por sus siglas en inglés) Tu teléfono inteligente conoce tu ubicación. Más o menos. En algunas ocasiones. Otras veces, su mejor cálculo lo identifica a través de un gran círculo azul abarcando varias cuadras de la ciudad. Los eLBS de Rivada mejoran la precisión de la localización de tu teléfono inteligente al menos unas cinco veces, incluso cuando la señal de GPS no está disponible. Próximamente estará disponible en tu teléfono inteligente. Para el usuario promedio, la precisión milimétrica de localización es una conveniencia. Para los servicios de rescate y emergencia, esta precisión puede significar la vida o la muerte. Los eLBS de Rivada aportan una precisión sin precedentes a la pregunta fundamental – “¿Dónde se encuentran los equipos de rescate?” Se trata de una tecnología desarrollada pensando en una escena donde ocurre un gran incendio, es por esto que el sistema eLBS de Rivada fue diseñado para mantener tanto a la población como a los servicios de rescate y emergencia a salvo.

LOS SERVICIOS DE RESCATE Y EMERGENCIA
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NUESTRA GENTE

Nuestra Comité Directivo

Declan J. Ganley

CEO, Rivada Networks

Declan is primarily a telecommunications entrepreneur, having built businesses across Europe, Russia, and the United States. Representing Rivada Networks, Declan received the Louisiana National Guard Distinguished Civilian Service Medal for his work during Hurricane Katrina.

Michael P. Jackson

Former Deputy Secretary US Dept of Homeland Security

Michael Jackson served as Deputy Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security from 2005 until 2007. In this role, Mr. Jackson served as Department of Homeland Security’s chief operating officer, with responsibility for managing the day-to-day operations.

GENERAL RICHARD B. MYERS

Former Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff

General Myers became the fifteenth Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff on Oct. 1, 2001. In this capacity, he served as the principal military advisor to the President, the Secretary of Defense, and the National Security Council.

PETER GOLDSCHEIDER

Managing Partner EPIC (Investment Bank)

Peter Goldscheider has 25 years’ experience as a senior executive in finance. Before jointly establishing EPIC, he was Vice President for Marketing and Sales and Member of the Board of Zürich Kosmos Insurance Company in Austria. He began his professional career with IBM Austria.

GEORGE FORESMAN

Former Under Secretary US Dept of Homeland Security

George Foresman was confirmed by the United States Senate in December 2005 as America’s first Under Secretary of Preparedness at the Department of Homeland Security. On March 31, 2007 he became the first Under Secretary for National Protection and Programs at DHS.

ADMIRAL JIM LOY

Former Dept Sec US Dept of Homeland Security

Admiral Loy completed a 45-year career in public service in 2005, retiring as the first Deputy Secretary of Homeland Security, a position that he held from 2003 to 2005. In this capacity, he was involved in all aspects of consolidating 22 separate agencies into one unified cabinet department as well as managing the day-to-day activities of the agency.

FIELD MARSHAL THE LORD GUTHRIE

Former Chief of the Defence Staff, United Kingdom

Field Marshal Guthrie was Chief of the Defense Staff in the United Kingdom between 1997 and 2001 and Chief of the General Staff of the British Army between 1994 and 1997. He is a member of the House of Lords. He was created a life peer after retiring as Chief of the Defence Staff.

DON DE MARINO

Chairman US Arab Chamber of Commerce

Don De Marino is an international businessman and former government official. He served as Deputy Assistant Secretary of Commerce and as Director of the U.S.-Saudi Joint Economic Commission. He is presently Chairman of the National U.S.-Arab Chamber of Commerce.

Gabriela Lippe-Holst

CEO of Acqupart AG

Gabriela co-founded Acqupart and Acqufin, two international investment management companies, and currently serves as the Chairperson of the Board at Acqupart and CEO of Acqufin. Prior to this, Gabriela spent nearly 15 years at Swiss Re between Zurich and New York where, as a Managing Director, she held legal and risk management responsibilities that extended to Latin America.

Nuestros Altos Ejecutivos

Joseph J. Euteneuer

Co-CEO & CFO Americas

Prior to joining Rivada Mr. Euteneuer served as Chief Financial Officer of Sprint Corporation from April 2011 until December 2015. Over the course of his nearly 25-year career in telecom and media, Euteneuer has held CFO and EVP positions at Sprint, Qwest Communications (now CenturyLink), XM Satellite Radio, and Comcast.

Francis O’Flaherty

Chief Operating Officer

Francis is a founding member of Rivada Networks and has over 20 years’ experience in technology planning and operations. Francis has been a part of Declan Ganley’s management team for over 14 years. Previously, Francis worked with Accenture in their High Tech Strategy practice in London.

Clint Smith

Chief Scientist

Clint has over 20 years of experience in all aspects related to fixed and wireless telecommunications including system design, project management, budgeting, operations, sales and management. He is an internationally known technical author whose books and industry trade articles are used extensively in the telecommunication industry.

Orla Fitzpatrick

Chief Financial Officer International

Orla is a senior finance professional with over 20 years’ experience in the telecommunications sector. Previous senior management positions include Senior Finance Director at Nortel Networks from 1998 and Commercial Director EMEA at Ciena from 2010. She is a fellow member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants.

Chris Moore

Head of Business Development

Chief Moore leads the Rivada business development effort. He retired as the Chief of Police of the San José Police Department after serving for over 30 years as a police officer. In 1999, Chris served one year as Counsel to U.S. Attorney General Janet Reno.

Peter CRAMTON

Chief Economist

Peter is a Professor of Economics at the University of Maryland and European University Institute. Since 1983, he has conducted widely-cited research on auction theory and practice. He has advised numerous governments on market design and has advised dozens of bidders in major auction markets.

Ken Fields

Director of Market Development

Ken has over 30 years of investment/risk management experience. He began his career on Wall Street managing proprietary capital for Shearson/Lehman Brothers and Bankers Trust, then spent 10 years as an external portfolio manager for Goldman Sachs Alternative Assets.

Brian Carney

Head of Corporate Communications

Brian is Senior Vice President for Corporate Communications. He was a member of The Wall Street Journal’s editorial board from 2004-2014 and editor of The Wall Street Journal Europe’s editorial page from 2004-2005 and 2009-2014. He has won several prestigious awards for his writing on economics and business.

Vince D’Onofrio

VP & Network Strategy Director

Vince is a 29-year veteran of the wireless industry. Among other industry milestones he directed the technical team responsible for the initial rollout of Nextel Communications across North America and functioned as regional lead for the first GSM network deployment, now part of Vodafone.

Conor Allen

Senior VP & Head of Market Technology

Conor has served as Global Head of Research and Development for NYSE Technologies, as a Director of Options Trading Strategy at Cowen & Co. Conor has over a decade of experience building low latency systems for both exchanges and trading firms.

Todd Rowley

Senior VP of Business

Todd joined Rivada after 16 years at Sprint, where he was responsible for leading certain strategic partnering and commercial deals. He also led Sprint’s strategic efforts to develop and execute a rural LTE coverage strategy through partnerships with rural and regional carriers.

Peter Campbell

Chief Information Officer

Prior to joining Rivada, Peter was CIO with Sprint Corp. His management experience includes network engineering, construction, provisioning, maintenance, regulatory matters, labor relations, customer service and finance. He has significant experience in successful vendor management, outsourcing and contract negotiations and IT transformation.

Joseph Sanzo

Chief Network Officer

Joe has more than 26 years of professional experience in telecommunications consulting, design, engineering, development and operations. He has lead the deployment and operation of major wireless networks in North America, Europe, Middle East, Asia and Australia.

Karen Freitag

Executive Vice President for Sales

Freitag is an experienced and accomplished sales executive, having previously served as Vice President of Sales for Ericsson, Vice President of Sales and Operations for Nortel, and most recently as President of Sprint Enterprise, Wholesale and Wireline Solutions.

Bill Esrey

Senior Vice President of Wholesale

Bill Esrey is Senior Vice President of Wholesale. Bill brings over 27 years of experience in the telecom industry working for Sprint, Ameritech, and Centel Corporations. He served in Sprint’s Global Wholesale organization as vice president of operations, product, marketing and global sales.

Elizabeth Moore

Head of Capital Markets

Elizabeth Moore is Head of Capital Markets. Moore has more than 20 years of global leveraged finance experience having worked in New York, London and Hong Kong. She leads the design and placement of structured debt solutions to finance the rollout of Rivada’s shared-spectrum networks.

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Sean Ganley

VP, Business Development

Sean is Vice President of International Business Development at Rivada Networks. Sean has 18 years of international business development, sales, and senior management experience across the telecommunications, internet and renewable energy sectors.

Eric Walker

Senior Management Team

Eric has been involved in many network roll-outs over the years. They have included Winstar Communications’ build-out for the GSA in Cincinatti and Nextlink’s roll-out in thirty NFL cities. He has worked with all major carriers, including AT&T, T-Mobile Sprint, and Verizon Wireless, as well as Microsoft’s TV white space roll-out.

Peter Tenerelli

Senior Management Team

Peter is Director of Technology Adoption. His focus for the last 15 years has been on the deployment of innovative and disruptive technologies in the telecom sector. During his 25-year career, Peter’s roles included deployment of mobile networks, process development and regulatory strategy. He has been involved in many “firsts,” including rollout of the first digital cellular and the mobile WiMAX networks.

John Meyer

VP Technical Services

John has 30-plus years of experience in the mobile communications industry. Prior to joining Rivada he spent 15 years in wireless engineering and deployment with Velocitel, Inc. He spent more than a decade with AT&T and Motorola as a software engineer.

Juan Ludlow

Head of Strategy LatAm

Juan is a mathematician, computer scientist, philosopher and inventor. He is a former executive of the Cofetel and entrepreneur with 25 years’ international experience in telecom and IT. He is devoted to the transformation of the telecom sector in Mexico.

Luis Guillermo Alarcón Lopez

CTO LatAm

Guillermo is chief network director for Rivada Mexico. He has 26 years’ experience in practically all aspects of telecom, from technical, operational, commercial, financial and strategic activities to regulation and telecommunication policy in Mexico, Latin America and worldwide.

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