Quortus appointed by USA telecom engineering company, Council Rock to help deliver new wireless-enabled Smart Grid solution


Monday 16th December 2019: Quortus Ltd, a UK mobile communications software specialist headquartered in Camberley, Surrey has been chosen by USA telecommunications company, Council Rock, as its mobile core technology partner to help deliver its wireless-enabled Smart Grid TELiG Platform across the United States. Council Rock’s TELiG Platform is disrupting the Smart Grid market in America by bringing new and wireless-enabled capabilities and services into one single integrated future-proof network for Power and Utility companies to provide smarter metering, intelligent distribution, lower latency and IoT application support. Council Rock’s edge computing platform is powerful and efficient with resources to run third party apps as well as other important utility-specific applications such as legacy protocol conversion and Quortus’ distributed EPC. Mark Bole, CEO at Quortus Ltd said, “New capabilities and intelligence in Smart Grids is a good example of how our 4G LTE wireless technology enables a customer to build efficient private networks to share information, automate activities, smart monitor, and run remote operations without huge operational costs and capital expenditure.” The Quortus EPC architecture provides complete deployment flexibility including on-premise, virtualised, and distributed core running on the TELiG platform for a total end-to-end private 4G LTE solution, and further strengthens Quortus’ two-year partnership with Council Rock to deliver a range of wireless-enabled solutions for the power and utilities markets across the USA. “The ability to offer world class EPC technology to our clients made partnering with Quortus an easy decision for us,” said Todd Owen, VP of Sales at Council Rock. Continues Mark, “We see our latest partnership with Council Rock as a major achievement and is yet another...

SaT5G project announces successful demonstrations of 5G over satellite use cases at EuCNC 2019 event in Valencia.

VALENCIA, Spain – June 19th 2019: The SaT5G project today announced the operation of a number of successful demonstrations of 5G over satellite at the 2019 European Conference on Networks and Communications (EuCNC 2019) in Valencia, Spain.

The project vision is to develop a cost-effective plug-and-play satcom solution for 5G to enable mobile operators and network vendors to accelerate 5G deployment across all geographies and multiple use cases whilst at the same time creating new and growing market opportunities for satcom industry stakeholders.

Quortus strengthens Executive Board with new CEO


Camberley, UK, 25th September 2018 – Quortus today announced Mark Bole has joined its Executive Board as CEO to strengthen the management team as the company focuses on the commercial opportunities in the expanding private and software based mobile network business. “As a consequence of our continued growth and success over the past 9 years, Quortus is expanding and we need both a strong commercial and technical focus. Bringing in Mark Bole as CEO, who has over 30 years’ experience in leading and driving growth in technology-based companies, will ensure we can continue to deliver exceptional products and services to our customers,” said Andy Odgers, CTO & Founder of Quortus. “I will now be able to focus on our technology vision and roadmap as the company scales the business to meet the demands from the industry and our customers.” Mark Bole has over 30 years’ experience in the mobile, media and communications technology industries and has previously been CEO of several successful venture capital and private equity backed technology companies. He has been accountable for $500M+ P&L leadership and has been on both the buy-side and the sell-side of multiple M&A deals. “Quortus is one of the most exciting businesses I have come across and is ideally positioned to address the opportunities and challenges the mobile industry is facing as software becomes a key component in the mobile core network,” said Mark Bole, incoming CEO at Quortus. “Technically, the company stands out in the market place and our strategy is to continue to develop the Quortus technology roadmap and commercial offering and grow the company into an industry leading...

Quortus partners with Fujitsu for Private LTE


Quortus partners with Fujitsu on cellular core network technology for Private LTE Quortus today announces the recent signing of a multi-country reseller agreement with Fujitsu Limited of Japan. Under the deal, Fujitsu, Japan’s largest provider of IT services, will deploy the Quortus range of cellular core network products as part of its comprehensive range of Private LTE solutions for enterprises, telcos and other large organizations in Japan. “We are delighted to be working with Fujitsu, Japan’s leading IT services provider,” said Andy Odgers, Quortus founder and CEO. “Fujitsu is uniquely positioned to help operators and enterprises maximize the effectiveness of their communications infrastructure. Quortus is proud to be working with a partner that can provide such complete, advanced solutions.” Yoshinori Yuki, Director of Business Department I, Mobile Solution Business Division, Fujitsu Japan, commented: “Working with Quortus extends the range of solutions Fujitsu can offer across our entire range of customers. We’ve been impressed not only with the quality of Quortus’ software solutions, but also with their commitment to quality and their support capabilities, which are key for our customers.” Fujitsu’s complete offerings enable network service providers to focus on maintaining profitable revenue streams and business models by building and leveraging customer relationships. This extends from network capacity and coverage enhancement to complete quality of experience management. The company’s solutions encompass a network operator’s end-to-end consumer or business lifecycle, from customer acquisition to billing and customer relationship management. Quortus provides a broad range of flexible, scalable core solutions for mobile network operators, MVNOs and organizations requiring private cellular networks. The company’s software can run on any hardware platform – including cloud-based...

Quortus joins Airspan, ARM, McLaren in AutoAir 5G automotive & transportation project


Selected as part of UK Government 5G Testbeds and Trials project Quortus today announced its participation in AutoAir, an ambitious project designed to develop 5G cellular technology for connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs). Earlier this month, the UK Government’s Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS) announced that AutoAir, which is led by Airspan Networks and includes ARM, Blu Wireless and McLaren, has been selected as part of its 5G Testbeds and Trials project. The 5G technologies developed as part of AutoAir will initially be used in the validation and development of CAVs at the UK’s leading vehicle testing and validation ground, Millbrook. The project will also accelerate the deployment of 5G cellular networks and autonomous vehicles in the UK, driving early implementation of these key emerging technologies. Quortus is an established contributor to 5G implementation and deployment, and its applications in areas such as transportation, retail, healthcare and the Internet of Things (IoT). The company is the industry’s leading supplier of virtualized mobile core network solutions: essential wireless network functionality that ensures that devices stay connected as they move around the network, establishes and manages calls and data connections, ensures security and privacy, implements access policies, and enables billing. Building on its leadership position in 4G core networks, Quortus is already deploying 5G-aligned technologies such as network slicing, edge computing, and control/user plane separation (CUPS). “AutoAir brings together the UK’s leading 5G and automotive innovators: Quortus is a massive part of that effort, contributing the most advanced 5G core network technology available today,” said Paul Senior, Chief Strategy Officer, Airspan Networks and CEO of Dense Air. “The...