About Maravedis

Maravedis is a boutique wireless infrastructure analyst firm founded in 2002 that focuses on broadband wireless technologies with a particular focus on managed Wi-Fi and private cellular networks. Maravedis also analyzes industry spectrum regulations and operator trends. Its mission is to research, analyze, and provide guidance on the role of wireless technologies in the context of digital transformation.



The WBA has worked with Adlane Fellah and the team at Maravedis for a number of years, from our Annual Industry Report which looks at the current state of the Wi-Fi industry and its future trends, to creating thought leadership articles on the industries most important and impactful topics.

Maravedis is an authority on the wireless industry and brings clear and incisive thinking to its work that can help an organization to clearly see where their industry is headed and provide input that can contribute to a successful future.


Marketing Manager
Wireless Broadband Alliance

Adlane Fellah and the team at Maravedis did an outstanding job, working under tight deadlines and managing the challenges of coordinating acrossmultiple time zones, as they researched and put together the Industry's very first comprehensive report on the TIP OpenWiFi program. The project was well structured,
partners interviewed in depth and feedback analyzed with an independent lens, helping to put together a thorough and easy to read report on the complex global project that TIP OpenWiFi is. We look forward to working together as TIP’s Wi-Fi programs gain momentum.


Co-Chair Wifi Solution Group
Telecom Infra Project (TIP)

Calix purchased the report “From Effective Management of Wi-Fi Networks to Enabling the Secure Smart Home 2018-2023” from Maravedis. Overall, I think that it is a good report. Your position, in many cases, aligns very closely with ours (e.g., wrt Managed Wi-Fi and the Smart Home). There is some good info in there on 802.11ax, MU-MIMO, and other technical concepts as well. The interviews with service providers (e.g., Bell Canada, Comcast, Liberty Global, Swisscom, and TalkTalk) were informative, as was your coverage of other vendors (e.g., Plume, AirTies, Arris, and Nokia).


Director, Product Marketing