Entropy Solution joins the OpenAirInterface Software Alliance to work on Emergency Communications

We are proud to announce that Singapore and Philippines-based Entropy Solution today joined the OpenAirInterface Software Alliance as Associate Member to work on Emergency Communications.

Quoting Entropy Solution, “In emergency situations, communication is crucial. But when disasters like typhoons or earthquakes compromise important infrastructures such as electrical grid or cell sites, it is a miracle to coordinate.” Entropy Solution provides coordination capabilities through products such as eREACH.

The OSA extends a warm welcome to Entropy Solution on joining the Alliance and look forward to doing joint work in creating solutions for this critical use-case.

Entropy Solution joining the OSA is an important step for the Alliance in its drive to promote use of OpenAirinterface software as building block for solutions build by small and medium-size enterprises. This is also in precise accordance with with the Alliance’s vision of facilitating OpenAirInterface adoption and in turn democratizing wireless innovation.

About Entropy Solution

Based in Singapore with also an R&D center in Philippines Entropy Solution looks at innovating for both enterprise organizations and for telco operators. Following the roadmap set by the Third Generation Partnership Project, Entropy develops products and services to help organizations continuously adapt the services they provide their own clients. Entropy does this through constant innovation, research, and development of software.

In the words of Samuel Consorte, the Managing Director of Entropy Solution, “We offer web and mobile-based applications, software, hardware and telco solutions that bring convergence and simplicity to a multi-technology environment.”

One of Entropy Solution’s product eREACH is a portable, plug-and-play emergency cellular site that runs on large battery power. eREACH can be activated in just 30 minutes. Once online the system will detect all active SIMs in its coverage area and activates them by assigning temporary numbers of these SIMs to get local communication up and running.