16th June 2023
In an exciting collaboration, and as part of the Connecting Cambridgeshire project, Cambridgeshire County Council has commissioned Metricell to conduct a comprehensive benchmarking project to assess the wireless mobile network coverage in the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough districts.
3rd October 2022
We are happy to announce Metricell and new partner, Grass2Route (G2R) are working alongside the Malaysian Government, helping to address network monitoring requirements within low connectivity areas such as rural and educational settings like local schools and low income housing programmes.
1st April 2022
This month EE have renewed with Metricell for another year. This renewal covers Support and Hosting for NEST as well as renewing their NetLogger Managed Service
9th February 2022
Metricell are pleased to have been selected for the Digital Connectivity Infrastructure Accelerator (DCIA) project, a government initiative which allowed local authorities to bid for funding to develop and implement digital asset management solutions.
31st January 2022
Sky are using Beacons to monitor network performance of their corporate network provider at several of their campuses across the UK.
19th May 2021
COMsolve and Metricell will work to expand their current footprint and customer base in Canada, targeting network operators, businesses wanting to measure their own connectivity and key government stakeholder organizations.
7th January 2021
Building on our experience with nationwide testing and benchmarking projects, we’re proud to be a part of Smartphone magazine’s recent benchmarking project across Germany. Working alongside Dalmus Consulting, we provided our AutoMobile drive test units to evaluate the country’s three largest mobile network operators.
30th April 2020
As part of their commitment to continually improve the experience of their customers, TMN will look to update their TNM Smart App with Metricell’s crowdsourcing capabilities.
13th January 2020
Based on Metricell’s Beacon technology, the real-time monitoring devices will be replicating typical user behaviour, such as making voice calls, uploading and downloading data.