Turning Any SmartPhone Into a Satellite Phone, Carnegie’s SatBridge Debuts To Bring Satellite Communications to the Masses

March 06, 2017

SatBridge Brings the World’s Most Powerful Satellite HotSpot to Consumers

WASHINGTON, D.C. and SAN ANTONIO, TX (March 6, 2017) – Leaving no corner of the earth uncovered for phone and data connectivity, Carnegie Technologies announced today the launch of SatBridge, the first enterprise-grade satellite hotspot that turns any smartphone into a satellite phone for reliable connectivity in the most remote locations or emergency situations.  The announcement was made at the Satellite 2017 industry conference in Washington, D.C. running today through March 9th. 

SatBridge boasts the most powerful satellite phone antenna ever made, with 8x the signal strength and performance of other handheld satellite phones.  It’s affordable, simple to use and highly portable, measuring about the size of a paperback book and weighing about three pounds – perfect for transporting in a backpack, keeping in a glove compartment, on a boat or in a closet for emergency situations.

2017 Telecom Predictions from Carnegie Technologies

January 10, 2017

Net Neutrality Repealed, Faster Wireless Speeds, IoT Security Compromises, Further Industry Consolidation and more mark an interesting year to come

San Antonio, TX and Austin, TX (January 10, 2017) – Carnegie Technologies, developers of the Network Convergence Platform for mobile network operators, wireline carriers, Internet service providers and smart car manufacturers released today its Telecom industry predictions for 2017.  Predictions include insight from Paul Struhsaker, CTO of Carnegie Labs and Contributing Analyst at Tirias Research, a high-tech research and advisory firm with in-depth expertise in silicon, software, and systems specification, design and deployment.

Carnegie Technologies and Founder Paul Posner Nominate Five Highly Qualified Candidates for the Board of magicJack VocalTec Ltd.

January 09, 2017

Current Board Has Been Unable to Unlock Value for All Shareholders

Seeks to Undertake a Comprehensive Strategic Alternatives Process

Carnegie Technologies Intends to Submit a Proposal to Purchase magicJack for $8.50 per share

SAN ANTONIO, TX - January 5, 2017 – Carnegie Technologies Holdings, LLC and Founder Paul M. Posner (“Carnegie”), the holder of approximately 1.6% of the shares in magicJack VocalTec Ltd. (“magicJack” or the “Company”) (NASDAQ: CALL), today announced the nomination of five highly qualified candidates for election to magicJack’s Board of Directors at its 2016 Annual Meeting of Shareholders.  The Carnegie nominees include Frank Bell, Nabil El-Hage, Richard Kimsey, Morris Miller and Richard Talarico. Carnegie also supports the election of magicJack director nominee Gerald Vento, and Alan B. Howe, a nominee of Kanen Wealth Management, LLC (“Kanen”).

Carnegie Technologies Announces Launch of Carnegie Labs

January 04, 2017

Focus will be Development of New Technologies for Global Wireless Access and Connectivity

Austin, TX and San Antonio, TX (January 4, 2017) – Carnegie Technologies, developers of the Network Convergence Platform for mobile network operators, wireline carriers, Internet service providers and smart car manufacturers, announced today the launch of Carnegie Labs, its new research and development division that will drive Carnegie’s product innovation pipeline, as well as spearhead technology due diligence for the Company’s investments, strategy, and partnerships. 

Carnegie Technologies Adds Mobile Industry Veterans to Management Team

December 15, 2016

New Focus on Network Convergence Platform and Ubiquitous Connectivity Brings Powerhouse of Human Capital

Austin, TX (December 13, 2016) – Carnegie Technologies, developers of the Network Convergence Platform for mobile network operators, wireline carriers, Internet service providers and smart car manufacturers, announced today that it has added four mobile and telecommunications industry veterans to its senior management team to help drive the company through its rebranding, acquisition strategy and go-to-market launch.

Carnegie Technologies Acquires Pravala Networks

December 01, 2016

Announces Rebrand of Its Wholly Owned Subsidiaries Focused on its new Network Convergence Platform™

San Antonio, TX (November 30, 2016) – Carnegie Technologies announced today that it has acquired Pravala Networks, which develops seamless mobility and connected vehicle technologies.  Carnegie also announced that it is rebranding Pravala along with its wholly owned subsidiaries SpectrumMax and CablEnable under the Carnegie Technologies brand. 

Network Convergence Platform™ Selected by Cloud Connect to Expand Network Access and Deliver Ubiquitous Connectivity to Mobile Customers

November 04, 2016

Wi-Fi NOW Conference Attendees See Results of Truly Gapless Handover of Calls Between Cellular and Wi-Fi

London, United Kingdom (October 25, 2016) – Carnegie Technologies announced today that Cloud Connect, a leading provider of hosted Wi-Fi and VoIP services in the Netherlands, has selected and deployed Carnegie’s Network Convergence Platform™ to deliver ubiquitous mobile connectivity to end users - everywhere, all the time.  A demonstration of the solution will be on display at the Wi-Fi NOW Expo beginning today in London at booth # 25.

The Carnegie Technologies Network Convergence Platform is the first to offer truly ubiquitous, always-on connectivity between Wi-Fi and cellular networks, for voice and video with no gaps and no dropped sessions. The policy-driven platform uses True Gapless Handover™ to expand the pool of capacity for mobile network operators, improving coverage directly inside homes, businesses, public places, etc. and allowing customers the freedom and flexibility to move about without degradation of service.   In addition to traditional messaging, it allows for rich data-based messaging using Hi-Fi Voice™ and Rich Messaging applications all branded to the carrier.