MECSware - the Private 4G/5G company
MECSware GmbH has been founded in 2015 as a spin-off from the Nokia Networks R&D Center Dusseldorf, Germany.
MECSware develops 4G/5G system solutions – with the Mobile Edge Cloud Server (MECS) at its heart – which enable the fast deployment end easy operation of private campus networks. Mobile networks based on 4G/5G Small Cells provide utmost flexibility, low latency and highest privacy. That way MECSware supports business critical applications und assists customers on their path to automation and digitalization.
Particular emphasis will be placed on implementing high reliability and security, differentiated quality-of-service (QoS) and simplifying network installation and operation.
In its research & development lab, MECSware integrates own products with mobile network elements from Sercomm Corporation and other vendors. Along with the products, MECSware offers system design and optimization, training and consulting services.
MECSware is actively engaged in a research project sponsored by Germany's Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) on the application of the next mobile network generation 5G in the context of the national strategic initiative “Industry 4.0”.
Based on the cooperation with its investor Sercomm Deutschland GmbH, MECSware is a globally oriented company. MECSware’s customer base includes enterprises, system integrators, research institutes and network operators.
Dr. Ing. Torsten Musiol – Founder and CEO
Torsten is a pioneer of LTE and Mobile Edge Computing (MEC) technology. Before founding MECSware, Torsten headed the Technical Product Management of LTE Transport at Nokia Networks and the award-winning Nokia Liquid Applications platform, the world's first MEC product.
Torsten studied Information Technology at the TU Dresden, Germany. He has 25 years of leadership experience in the telecommunications industry as Engineering Manager, Chief Architect, Manager Sales Support and Product Line Manager.
Torsten is co-author of the book „LTE for UMTS”, John Wiley & Sons, and holds more than 10 patents in the field of telecommunications.