September 27, 2010

Shared Spectrum Company Recognized in the 2010 Wall Street Journal Technology Innovation Awards for Transforming Wireless Spectrum Management

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Shared Spectrum Company (SSC), a leading developer of dynamic spectrum access (DSA) radio technology, was selected for the 2010 Wall Street Journal Technology Innovation Awards. SSC was honored for its innovation in radio spectrum management technology that enables wireless devices to sense unused spectrum.  SSC was one of only 49 companies chosen from nearly 600 applications submitted from 30 countries.

The full Journal story and list of winners can be found at http://www.WSJ.com/Reports.  SSC was a runner-up in the “wireless” category.

“This is truly a great honor from the Wall Street Journal and reinforces SSC’s approach to significantly expanding access to underutilized radio spectrum for consumers and businesses demanding more wireless bandwidth,” said Tom Stroup, SSC’s CEO.  “Recognition from a distinguished panel of judges from around the world validates the critical need for our spectrum sharing solution.”

John M. Leger, the Wall Street Journal news editor who oversaw this year’s Technology Innovation Awards, said, “The judges were impressed with Shared Spectrum’s technology and felt that the company’s technology has the potential to dramatically increase the capacity of the radio spectrum.”

About The Wall Street Journal 2010 Technology Innovation Awards
The Wall Street Journal Technology Innovation Awards are in their 10th year and honor cutting-edge innovations in a variety of areas, such as software, medicine, wireless and network security.

About Shared Spectrum Company
Founded in 2000, SSC is a leading developer of dynamic spectrum access (DSA) and spectrum management technologies based in Vienna, Va. The company has developed innovative cognitive radio technologies for challenging wireless applications in a broad range of the frequency bands. Additional information is available at SSC’s web site, www.sharedspectrum.com.

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