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OpenSignal engages in cell phone signal coverage mapping based on data submitted by users.

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OpenSignal Revenue, Funding, Number of Employees, Competitors and Acquisitions

OPENSIGNAL CEO

Brendan Gill

Co-Founder & CEO

Brendan Gill

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Headquarters:

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Industry Sector:

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OpenSignal was founded in 2010 and its headquarters is located in Laguna Hills, California, USA. OpenSignal has14 employees. OpenSignal's top competitors are DeadCellZones, Mosaik and RootMetrics.

OpenSignal Competitive Set

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REVENUE
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OpenSignalOpenSignal ceo

Brendan Gill

Co-Founder & CEO

63/100
1DeadCellZones ceoDeadCellZones

Jeff Cohn

Founder & CEO

59/1005
2Mosaik ceoMosaik

Bryan Darr

President & CEO

87/100130
$15M
3RootMetrics ceoRootMetrics

Dave Williamson

President

55/100130$5.7M$13.5M
4GWS ceoGWS

Paul Carter

CEO

65/100160
$14.9M
5Verisk ceoVerisk

Scott G. Stephenson

Chairman & CEO

82/1006,148$187.6M$2.1B
6GeoTel ceoGeoTel

Dave Drazen

CEO

67/10012
$5.7M
7Sensorly ceoSensorly

Boris Lacroix

Co-Founder & CEO

56/1003$1.3M$1.5M
8Digital Map Products ceoDigital Map Products

Jim Skurzynski

President & CEO

83/100100$37.7M$7.5M

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OpenSignal Leadership

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OpenSignal Funding History

Since OpenSignal was founded in 2010, it has participated in 2 rounds of funding. In total OpenSignal has raised $5.3M. OpenSignal's last funding round was on Aug 2014 for a total of $4.0M

ROUNDFUNDING DATE AMOUNTINVESTORS
Series AAug 2014$4MQualcomm VenturesO’Reilly AlphaTech VenturesPassion Capital
SeedSep 2012$1.3MO’Reilly AlphaTech VenturesPassion CapitalQualcomm Ventures

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OpenSignal News

OpenSignal: South Africa's LTE coverage and speeds lag behind(Telecompaper) A new report from OpenSignal, a company that specialises in mobile coverage mapping through crowd-sourced data, shows that South Africa's 4G coverage...Telecompaper
OpenSignal: 4G Network Availability in India Increasing With Every Quarter, But 4G Speeds are Going Down: OpenSignalTelecom Talk
OpenSignal: 4G/LTE speeds: how SA stacks up to the rest of the worldA new report from OpenSignal, a company that specialises in wireless-coverage mapping through crowd-sourced data, shows that South Africa's 4G/LTE coverage and speed lag behind many developed and someThe post 4G/LTE speeds: how SA stacks up to the rest of the world appeared first on TechCentral.TechCentral
OpenSignal: OpenSignal's State of LTE Report Highlights America's Slow 4G SpeedsOpenSignal has published an updated State of LTE report for February, 2018. To be quite honest, 4G technology doesn't seem to have evolved too much lately, given everyone is more focused on developing and deploying 5G, so this report doesn't really have anything too exciting. However, we do get to see where the good ol' ... ContinuedOpenSignal's State of LTE Report Highlights America's Slow 4G Speeds is a post from: Droid LifeDroid Life
OpenSignal: Telus tops Bell and Rogers in LTE speed, says OpenSignal reportBack in June 2017, wireless mapping coverage company OpenSignal reported that Canada ranked 13th in the world for average LTE speeds. While it's currently unclear where Canada now places in the early months of 2018, OpenSignal is reporting that Canadian carriers have since significantly increased their LTE speeds and offer broader access to LTE connections....The post Telus tops Bell and Rogers in LTE speed, says OpenSignal report appeared first on MobileSyrup.MobileSyrup
OpenSignal Blog Comment on Minneapolis's 4G in good shape for the Super Bowl by Test and Measurement: Keysight launches PathWave integrated testing software platform - Sylvia Morales[...] because everyone wants to talk about the Super Bowl, OpenSignal also noted on its blog that during its July-September data collection period focused on 35 metro areas, "Minneapolis [...]OpenSignal Blog
OpenSignal Blog Comment on The story of how temperature and humidity sensors made it into the Samsung Galaxy S4 by Adward LeeVery interesting story! The ability to integrate <a href="http://www.comptus.com/" rel="nofollow">temperature and humidity sensors</a> into mobile phones is yet another leap in the weather instrument industry.OpenSignal Blog
OpenSignal Blog Comment on AT&T, Verizon still feeling the pain of unlimited, but 4G speeds have begun recovering by Andrea Toth@The2ndflood Thanks for your comment! Although this blog post features speed as its main topic, in other blogposts and our reports (https://opensignal.com/reports/ ) we also analyse the LTE availability, 3G, 4G and overall speeds and 3G and 4G latency of mobile operators. We report on the real-world experience users’ receive on mobile networks based on measurements collected and analyzed from tens of millions of smartphones. While we identify measures including the fastest speeds and highest availability, we do not imply that any operator is the &quot;best&quot;, or that speed is the most important indicator of network performance. Only consumers can determine which is the “best&quot; network for their needs. We provide a range of metrics to help consumers make that call for themselves. We understand that every user is unique, and people should choose their operator according to their needs. We aim to provide a reality check for what our users are actually experiencing on their respective networks - in this case we focused on 4G speed - and hope that this helps people across the world have a better understanding of the real experience they can expect from mobile operators. Just to clarify, all our apps are free to download ( from the Apple and Google app stores) and 100% advertising free. We do not have any Pro or paid versions of our apps.OpenSignal Blog
OpenSignal Blog Comment on Maxis and Yes battle for 4G supremacy in Kuala Lumpur by Yes 4G: Fastest 4G Network with Best Availability in Malaysia - techENT || Tech Your Way[&#8230;] OpenSignal, Yes [&#8230;]OpenSignal Blog
OpenSignal Blog Comment on Minneapolis tops the US charts in 4G speed by U.S. Bank Stadium preparing for tens of thousands of phones, all tweeting at once – Twin Cities | Info Bank News[&#8230;] OpenSignal, a London-based wireless-coverage mapping company, recently ranked the city as is “the fastest major city in America when it comes to LTE” based on download-speed tests in 35 metropolitan [&#8230;]OpenSignal Blog

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OpenSignal Headquarters

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26081 Merit Cir Suite 119

Laguna Hills, California 92653

0845-834-0987

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OpenSignal Summary Information

OpenSignal engages in cell phone signal coverage mapping based on data submitted by users. OpenSignal was founded in 2010. OpenSignal's headquarters is located in Laguna Hills, California, USA 92653. It has raised 5.3M in 2 rounds. The latest round was in Aug 2014. Some of OpenSignal's investors include Qualcomm Ventures, O’Reilly AlphaTech Ventures and Passion Capital. OpenSignal's Co-Founder & CEO, Brendan Gill, currently has an approval rating of 63%. 67% of the Owler community believes OpenSignal will get acquired.

OpenSignal's Co-Founder & CEO, Brendan Gill, currently has an approval rating of 63%. OpenSignal's primary competitors are  DeadCellZones Mosaik RootMetrics.

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