As the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona approaches, the excitement around the event has heightened substantially. The event, which saw over 109,000 attendees, including 8,000 CEOs in 2019, attracts some of the most influential decision-makers across the globe, offering fantastic networking opportunities and significant cutting-edge innovations.
One of these innovators, Israel-based JpU, developers of a revolutionary enterprise cellular 4G/5G platform, announced earlier this month that they will be demonstrating their breakthrough Enterprise 5G offering at Mobile World Congress 2021 in Barcelona.
They are included as one of an exclusive group of technology companies selected by the Israel Export and International Cooperation Institute (IEICI) and the Ministry of Economy and Industry to represent mobile innovation at the GSMA's largest event of the year.
"We are honored to be part of the Israel Pavilion this year," said Jonathan Schwartz, CEO, JpU. "As enterprises around the world continue their digital transformation journeys, we are focused on bringing those enterprises LTE/5G connectivity with unprecedented levels of speed, resilience, security, flexibility, and control. From Quality of Experience to Quality of Service, our platform and our ecosystem partners are bringing cloud-based solutions designed to support advanced digital initiatives while saving enterprises millions of dollars. We look forward to demonstrating this live in Barcelona later this month."
Established in 2016, JpU provides LTE/5G solutions that offer deep insight into telecom and enterprise solutions, as well as a remarkable experience in building networks and applications for a variety of organizations.
JpU focuses on delivering end-to-end, wireless communications solutions to enterprises that feature guaranteed high-quality user experiences with fully optimized private and public clouds that deliver secure and efficient services designed to support enterprise digital transformation.
Sponsoring the pavilion is The Israel Export and International Cooperation Institute (IEICI). Established in 1958 as a non-profit organization by the government of Israel and the private sector, IEICI promotes various Israeli goods and service exports with overseas companies while boasting great trade relations, cooperation, and strategic alliances. IEICI provides these services and continued support to thousands of Israeli exporters. IEICI initiates and organizes incoming and outgoing commercial delegations while also mounting national pavilions as well as information centers at international exhibitions and conventions throughout the world. IEICI operates through two business development divisions, a technology industries division and a consumer goods division, plus professional services units.
The Ministry of Economy and Industry, one of Israel's core government ministries, is also a contributor to this annual Israel National Pavilion.
The agency offers a wide variety of tools to stimulate economic growth, develop human potential, and expand international trade. The Ministry works to augment the country's human resources, regulate and enforce labor laws, as well as initiate new legislation in the areas of employment, consumerism, international trade, education, research, development, safety, innovation, and the price of living.
The Ministry uses tools to enable and encourage various financial investments throughout the Israeli economy. In addition, they offer incentives for the employment of target populations such as ultra-Orthodox (Haredim), minorities, single parents, and people with disabilities.
JpU will be located in Hall 1, within the Israel National Pavilion. Other exhibitors at the Israel National Pavilion are:
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Edited by Luke Bellos