Awards

Awards & Endorsements

PMN are Proud of our Achievements in the Market Place

Small Cell Forum Award

Private Mobile Networks received the Small Cell Forum Award.

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Innovation in Business Radio Award

Private Mobile Networks received runner up in The Innovation in Business Radio Award.

Private Mobile Office (PMO) was recognised as a compelling alternative to DECT or PMR handsets. PMO technology does not merely represent an interesting alternative to DECT solutions in ‘island’ scenarios – it is quite simply a more cost effective and technically superior option. It is capable of delivering a true competitive advantage through encouraging mobility and effective communication within the workplace.

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Frost & Sullivan

Frost & Sullivan commends the entrepreneurship demonstrated by the team at PMN. It believes that PMN has the capability to grow significantly in this emerging yet highly competitive market.

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Current Analysis

The UK’s Ofcom has awarded provisional licenses for cellular spectrum within the 1781.7-1785MHz paired with 1876.7-1880MHz bands to 12 companies, following a sealed-envelope auction.

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IT Week

Private GSM networks to cut mobile costs.

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Awards & Endorsements

PMN are Proud of our Achievements in the Market Place

Innovation in Business Radio Award

Private Mobile Networks received runner up in The Innovation in Business Radio Award.

Private Mobile Office (PMO) was recognised as a compelling alternative to DECT or PMR handsets. PMO technology does not merely represent an interesting alternative to DECT solutions in ‘island’ scenarios – it is quite simply a more cost effective and technically superior option. It is capable of delivering a true competitive advantage through encouraging mobility and effective communication within the workplace.

fcs-2010

Frost & Sullivan

Frost & Sullivan commends the entrepreneurship demonstrated by the team at PMN. It believes that PMN has the capability to grow significantly in this emerging yet highly competitive market.

Download the PDF

awards-frostsullian

Current Analysis

The UK’s Ofcom has awarded provisional licenses for cellular spectrum within the 1781.7-1785MHz paired with 1876.7-1880MHz bands to 12 companies, following a sealed-envelope auction.

awards-currentanalysis

IT Week

Private GSM networks to cut mobile costs.

Download the PDF

awards-itweek