GSMA Network Economics Think Tank
Wireless Innovation Panel and Chief Strategy Officers meeting.
GSMA Network Economics Think Tank
Wireless Innovation Panel and Chief Strategy Officers meeting.
Using Artificial Intelligence to Predict Network Problems
3TEN8 uses artificial intelligence to predict network outages and performance issues before they occur, so that engineers can fix them. Globalive chairman Anthony Lacavera talks to Miro Salem, founder of 3TEN8, about preventing online outages for businesses.
To date, the Preccelerator program has graduated five classes with the majority of the 22 companies being accepted into larger accelerator programs and incubators or successfully raising their seed funding round. Those have included: 3Ten8, which tracks wireless analytics
San Jose, CA, March 1, 2017– 3TEN8, has announced that it has secured agreements with several carriers to launch its artificial intelligence for network operations.
The carrier agreements will allow 3TEN8 to launch its proprietary algorithms, which have shown significant accuracy in predicting network outages and performance degradations on wireless networks.
In a world, so reliant on wireless connectivity, this is an exciting step towards using AI to operate the networks that ensure this connectivity, and is a step towards making sure we never hear the words “can you hear me now”, again.
3TEN8 was founded by a former Ericsson subject matter expert, and technical advisor, who grew tired of the manual, and tedious methods used to manage wireless networks. Now, with a team of seasoned Stanford data scientists and UCLA neuroscientists, 3TEN8 is focused on harnessing recent advancements in AI and machine learning to change the way people manage and operate networks.
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Miro Salem in the founder and CEO of 3TEN8.
3TEN8 were the standout team in the April - June 2014 Program that I led with Citrix.
Miro is a former LTE engineer and expert @ Ericsson and played a key technical role setting up and optimizing the first LTE networks in the US both with Verizon and AT&T. He started 3TEN8 to solve a problem that he experienced first hand as an LTE engineer. He wants to help LTE teams mange and optimize the performance of their LTE networks. Turns out this is currently a $76B market that is very inefficient.
During the program Miro & team were able to get two paying customers without writing a single line of code and later their Rev 1 software version was being used up 50 times a day by LTE engineers in the field.
Miro's ability to learn new concepts and then apply then to his business successfully are second to none that I have observed.
At the Innovators Program Demo Day Citrix announced that it would invested $250K in 3TEN8.
Check out their demo day video here:
Congratulations to SAM Preccelerator Program Company 3Ten8! They have been selected to be in the first class of of Citrix’s new program, Citrix Startup Accelerator Seed Program. As part of their acceptance, 3Ten8 will receive $250k in seed funding, formal training and guidance from an Innovators Council comprised of CIOs and CTOs from AMD, Bosch, Citrix, Coca-Cola and Ricoh, as well as investors from top Silicon Valley VC firms. The will also present their products and services and report on their latest progress at the Innovators Day taking place at the Citrix Silicon Valley headquarters in Santa Clara.
To view the Wall Street Journal press release, click here.
3TEN8 develops software that helps mobile network operators visualize network performance, analyze subscriber behavior and optimize their wireless networks; a state-of-the-art mobile device is only as functional as its wireless network. Currently, these networks are being managed by basic and inefficient tools. As telecom engineers, we grew tired of the shortcomings of these tools, so we took matters into our hands, dared to defy the status quo and created our own solution. 3TEN8 was founded by former employees of major telecommunications and software corporations. Merging the best of these two disciplines allowed us to develop an inspired and innovative software. By converting network data into easily understood and usable information, we have made it possible for engineers and executives to make more knowledgeable decisions. Ultimately better tools leads to happier engineers, improved networks, less dropped calls, and subsequently, happier customers and increased revenue. 3TEN8 targets 80+ mobile network operators in the U.S. and 800+ worldwide.
To view 3Ten8’s pitch, click here.
For more information about our Preccelerator Program, contact Heidi Hubbeling at email@example.com or (310) 746-9803.
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The Innovators Program is on a mission to transform the workplace and society by creating the right environment for the best and brightest founders to solve important problems.
How do we create that environment?
We set the bar high. The program leverages best practices from lean startup & design thinking as well as lessons from recent successful tech startups like Zenefits, Slack, Cloudera, and others on how to build a customer-centric product that can evolve into a scalable business. We expect the teams to apply these learnings to their startups and make significant progress within a matter of days and weeks. We meet frequently to see how they are doing and help them make adjustments as needed.
We make it easier to focus. The ability to focus is often the difference between success and failure for early-stage startups. Our startups get a $10k grant at the beginning of the program, which means they can fully leverage the accelerator and focus 100% on their startup idea, rather than being distracted by living expenses or other financial obligations. At the end of the program, we will allocate an additional $50K, equity free, and enrollment in an additional three month growth program to the team(s) that have the highest potential of success.
We provide all the benefits of working with corporate partners without the headaches. Red Hat and Citrix provided the $100K startup funding with no strings attached, a unique and hard-to-find display of corporate support. Despite their best intentions, corporate sponsored startup programs often have terms that are not beneficial to the startup’s best interests, e.g equity or exclusivity in return for funding or requirements to use the sponsor’s technology. The $100K startup grant money provided by the sponsors of the Innovators Program comes with no strings attached, giving our founders flexibility to build and iterate according to their vision.
And finally, we provide access to a robust network of entrepreneurial mentors. These mentors are a group of top-notch, highly-talented entrepreneurs, all of whom have graduated from past Innovators Programs themselves.
Michelle Harper, Founder & CEO at Savii Care: Michelle is an entrepreneur with an extensive background in management, sales, healthcare, and technology. Before founding and scaling Savii Care, Michelle held senior positions at Home Care Software Solutions and eCast Software. Her company has raised over $1.1M in two funding rounds since launching in mid-2014.
Ryan O’Donnell, Co-founder and CEO at EmployUs: A “serial social entrepreneur,” Ryan has been involved in several ventures as a founder, early employee, or impact investor. These include Pennies4Progress, which helps merchants and customers fundraise for nonprofits, GROUNDFLOOR, a venture-backed micro-lending platform for US real estate deals, and most recently, EmployUS, a free mobile hiring app which recently raised $750K.
Alex Kehaya, Founder and CEO at ActionWins: Alex is a serial entrepreneur, developer, and coach whose work has been featured in Entrepreneur, Forbes, and FastCompany. He’s also an Entrepreneur in Residence at Opus Logica, Principal at TakeFlight, which works with Fortune 500 companies, startups, and schools to build cultures of innovation and bring new products and services to market, and a co-instructor at UC-Santa Barbara’s Technology Management Program.
Miro Salem, Founder and CEO at 3TEN8: Miro is a technology entrepreneur, engineer, and telecommunications expert who’s worked with major organizations like Ericsson, Time Warner Cable, AT&T, Verizon, Nortel, and Sprint. Miro has raised $1.67M for his current venture, 3TEN8, which helps major companies like these operate their mobile networks more effectively by focusing on user experience and design. Their first product is called Beeper, an intelligent mobile app for cloud-based network operations.
Han Jin, Founder and CEO at Lucid VR: Han is a serial entrepreneur with a background in product management, hardware, manufacturing, and virtual reality. He’s lectured at UC Berkeley, was on the founding team of Bayes Impact, a Y-Combinator company, and was co-founder and CEO of Praizi.com. Lucid VR is backed by Berkeley Skydeck and Lab360 and has been featured in Forbes, Techcrunch, FastCompany, CNET, and more. Han and his team have raised $2.4M since launching in 2014.
Patrick Muggler, Founder and CEO at AmbyGear: Patrick has 15+ years of strategic planning, business development, marketing, and engineering experience in the high-tech and semiconductor industries. In 2014, his company Ambit Networks launched the AmbyGear kids’ smartwatch, which uses gamification, rewards, and a mobile app to help families stay connected and safe. Prior to that, Patrick worked in product marketing and management at organizations like ABB Group, Intersil, and Texas Instruments.
Nag Palavalli, Founder and CEO at TripCloud: Nag is an entrepreneur and highly experienced web developer. His ed-tech company, Eudora, was the first international startup to graduate from The Alchemist Accelerator in Silicon Valley and has been covered by the WSJ, TechCrunch, and The Economic Times. In 2014, he also won the Salesforce $1 Million Hackathon, the largest global programming competition held in San Francisco, with a project called ReachOut.
BJ Lawson, CEO at EHOP Health: BJ is a serial entrepreneur with a background in software engineering and medicine. In 2010, he became CEO at EHOP Health, which partners with business to achieve employee wellness and lower healthcare costs. BJ was also the Co-Founder and Chief Software Architect at MercuryMD, a healthcare IT company that he helped grow through acquisition by Thomson Reuters in 2006.
Want the chance to work one-on-one with these experts? Are you an early-stage technology startup ready to scale your venture? Apply for the Innovators Program by August 26: http://innovatorsprogram.co/
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Miro Salem, CEO and Founder, 3TEN8
Alex Torrenegra, CEO and Co-Founder, Bunny Inc.
Geetha Vallabhaneni, CEO, Luminix
Barbara Marshman, Editorial Page Editor, The San Jose Mercury News – Moderator
Santa Clara County – home to Silicon Valley’s flourishing tech scene – is made up of a multitude of different ethnicities, with more than one-third of its residents born outside of the United States. This diversity is reflected in the backgrounds of many of its tech industry leaders, who, while hailing from countries as diverse as India and Colombia, all flocked to the innovation mecca of Northern California. Driven by an entrepreneurial spirit and an uncompromising creativity, many have found success in building up their own brands from scratch, but often not without trials along the way. Join our panel of Silicon Valley entrepreneurs, all born outside of the United State, as they discuss why technology innovators leave their homelands to start businesses here in the Bay Area.