Member Benefits

The MulteFire Alliance supports the common interests of its members, developers, and users in the application of LTE and next-gen mobile cellular technology in configurations that use only unlicensed radio spectrum. MulteFire is expected to provide mutual value across the ecosystem – acting as a neutral host to service multiple entities – or provide dedicated broadband service at enterprises, venues, or for clusters of residences. MulteFire aims to extend the benefits of LTE to unlicensed spectrum with a simple, secure, and seamless network architecture, offering service providers of all stripes – big and small – a new connectivity option.

Sponsor Members

  • Name a Designated Director and Designated Alternative Director
  • Hold Work Group leadership positions, make contributions, and vote

Full Members

  • Maximum of 2 Full Members may be elected to the Board by the Full Membership
  • Hold Work Group leadership positions, make contributions, and vote

Participants

  • Authorized Test Labs – can attend Certification and Technical Specification Work Groups and are authorized to perform certification testing
  • Test Labs/Test Equipment – can attend Certification and Technical Specification Work Groups
  • Adopters – can access adopted technical specifications

Multefire Alliance members work together to:

  • Promote MulteFire technology, use cases and business opportunities
  • Drive global technical specification development
  • Establish a world-class product certification program
  • Drive future evolution of Multefire technology
  • Promote effective legislation and regulatory policy

Who Should Join

Mobile operators, ISPs, cable operators, small, medium, and large enterprises from all verticals, building owners and venue owners can deploy a secure LTE network to deliver capacity and coverage where needed. Mobile operators can also deploy MulteFire where licensed spectrum is scarce or unavailable.