During the House of Representatives Energy and Commerce committee hearing, "Leading the Wireless Future: Securing American Network Technology", Diane Rinaldo, Executive Director of Open RAN Policy Coalition discusses artificial intelligence innovations coming from their members and mentions DeepSig.
Rinaldo says (1:18:45), "Long gone are the days where we're stuck to a 10-year life cycle. As new advancements come online, we can inject them into the network. We have one member company of our coalition, DeepSig. They're probably one of the smallest, they are 25 people in a WeWorks building in North Arlington, but they're doing fascinating work around AI, machine learning, and how do we become more efficient with what we have in the spectrum space."