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nCore Communications is developing a “multi-connectivity" platform that supports all access technologies within a single unified network.
This will lead to reduced operating cost and complexity, at the same time as enabling a set of unified features across all access technologies.
nCore’s "multi-connectivity" platform is based on LTE technology, providing the same level of security, mobility and reliability for WiFi, LoRaWAN,
Satellite and wired access as is experienced with LTE cellular network.
An LTE-based common network will also facilitate machine-to-machine discovery and connectivity, even across dissimilar access technologies.
Further, LTE network has the required functionality for billing and charging policy. Perhaps the single most immediately relevant feature of nCore’s common platform
is a unified (SIM-Based) security for all access technologies, be it WiFi, LoRaWAN or LTE, as IoT security is the industry’s top concern in 2017.
Single core IoT network supporting different access technologies
nCore’s LTE-over-WiFi (LTE-W) technology provides seamless connectivity between WiFi and LTE core network. LTE-W enables a cellular-grade
Wi-Fi network for IoT service providers without requiring licensed spectrum or partnership with a cellular operator. nCore's technology also enables seamless
connection of LoRaWAN, Satellite or wired access to the LTE core network, providing an integrated unified platform for all the access technologies.
This unified platform will also provide machine-to-machine discovery and communications as LTE core network has been designed to connect devices (mobile phones)
nCore Communications is working with IoT service providers to address industrial IoT needs. Initial target market is indoor high data rate and high data volume applications such as security cameras and secure file transfers.
nCore Communications is a privately held next generation solution provider led by an experienced team of wireless communication systems engineers headquartered in San Diego, California.
Behzad Mohebbi, CEO & President
Before co-founding nCore Communications, Behzad led a product management group at Qualcomm’s research division. Prior to Qualcomm, Behzad was the CTO of his first startup, Nextivity, where he developed a revolutionary technology known as CelFi. Previously, Behzad worked on various cellular communications systems in large companies such as Motorola, Fujitsu, and small start ups such as Morpho Technologies. Behzad has contributed a number of features to cellular systems, with the most notable one known as SSTD (Site Selection Transmit Diversity). Behzad has over 20 years of experience in the wireless industry and has more than 70 patents. Behzad earned a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Leeds and was a Post-Doctoral Fellow at several UK universities.
Masa Nakamura, VP of Business Development
Before co-founding nCore Communications with Behzad, Masa was working on vehicular communication systems for major car manufacturers. Previously, he co-founded and served as the head of sales and marketing for two startups including Transilica, one of the earliest Bluetooth system-on-chip company that was acquired by Microtune, now a part of Qualcomm. Earlier, he managed the five branches of Uniden’s sales operation in China. He received MS from Stanford and BS from the University of Tokyo.
Principal SW Architect
Plan the company software roadmap and develop software by leading the engineering team.
LTE eNB SW Engineer
Design, develop and integrate telecommunications software in a multi-threaded, embedded environment.
Android SW Engineer
Design, development, optimization and productize nCore App, Voice and Video agents.
Software Integration Engineer
Build gateway platform for nCore Communications LTE over WiFi access point product.
Network Test Engineer
Design, create and maintain the test network(s) for nCore Communications LTE over WiFi systems.
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