- Total Equity Funding
- $5.3M in 2 Rounds from 3 Investors
- Most Recent Funding
- $4M Series A on August 5, 2014
- Laguna Hills, California
- OpenSignal provides a mobile application that crowd-sources data on the performance and coverage of wireless networks around the world.
- James Robinson, Sina Khanifar, Brendan Gill, Sam Westwood
- Wireless, Mobile
OpenSignal is a company providing a mobile application that crowd-sources data on the performance and coverage of wireless networks around the world. it produces independent and unbiased coverage maps for any network around the world on its website by using that data.
OpenSignal allows its Consumers to see statistics on the real world average speed and reliability of those networks across all network types such as 2G, 3G, and 4G.
Since its launching, the mobile app has been downloaded over 3 million times and billions of data points have been collected in over 200 countries. This is considered as the largest independent survey of wireless networks ever carried out and its mission has been covered by publications such as the NYTimes, TIME Magazine, and the BBC.
OpenSignal has attracted the backing of O’Reilly AlphaTech Ventures, Passion Capital, and Qualcomm Ventures and was recently named as the U.K.’s ‘most innovative company’ in UKTI’s SmartUK competition.
OpenSignal was launched in 2010 and is based in Laguna Hills, C.A.
Funding Rounds (2) - $5.3MUpdate
Current Team (5)Update
Board Members and Advisors (2)Update
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