Network mapper American Roamer chose this week’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona to bid adios to its current moniker, rebranding to Mosaik Solutions to “better reflect the company’s position as the leading source for coverage solutions for the global network ecosystem.”  ? 

Mosaik Solutions’ mobile network coverage catalog in the world includes all common mobile technologies, evaluated and updated each quarter. The company also provides telecom coverage patterns, wireless spectrum depth, network configurations and licensing data. The company’s geospatial, analytical, creative and Web solutions can be customized company by company; clients include Verizon, Time Warner, On-Star and Comcast, and it has the endorsement of the Federal Communications Commission.? ?

“Mosaik Solutions has grown well beyond America – it is global. Our capabilities are beyond mobile and roaming – we have intelligence solutions for the entire network ecosystem,” notes CEO Bryan Darr.

Mosaik also is using the show to demo some new features and international components to its MapELEMENTS, a hosted interactive mapping solution that allows access to network and market intelligence on different segments of the wireless, cable and telecom ecosystem in one Web browser. In addition, it’s added GIS software-as-a-service features and its international mobile network coverage catalog. ? ?

In separate but related news, the newly renamed company inked an alliance with Europa Technologies, licensing the U.K.-based company to distribute its Global Coverage Analyzer and CellMaps services.? ?Europa uses Mosaik Solutions’ coverage tiling application programming interface (Tiling API) to efficiently access the mobile coverage catalog, which showcases global LTE, HSPA, EVDO, and WIMAX footprints. Additionally, Mosaik has integrated Europa’s Global Insight vector data product into Mosaik’s global base map found in CellMaps, Global Coverage Analyzer and MapELEMENTS. ?

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