Press Releases

deepsig 5g lab

DeepSig Expands to New Headquarters Near its 5G Wireless AI Lab

DeepSig announced the opening of its new Virginia headquarters located near the company’s 5G Wireless AI Lab. The larger, collaborative space will fit the company’s growth and need to serve the virtual radio access network (vRAN) ecosystem and other leading technology providers leveraging AI and machine learning to improve wireless networks.


Learn More


DeepSig Presents How AI-Machine Learning Improves 5G vRAN Performance and Lowers Cost at MWC21 Barcelona

5G’s highly complex, fundamentally new architecture requires “deep learning” to optimize performance, capacity, user experience and operational costs while laying the foundation for 6G

Read the Official Press Release

DeepSig Horizontal-1

DeepSig Opens New 5G Wireless AI Lab to Enable Advanced Research and Development

5G deep learning pioneers DeepSig have recently opened their new state-of-the-art 5G wireless lab to expand ML research and development in wireless signal processing.


Learn More


Abaco Systems Partners with DeepSig to Demonstrate Integrated AI-based Electronic Warfare Solution

Abaco Systems today announced that, via a partnership with DeepSig, the company is now able to demonstrate DeepSig's ground-breaking OmniSIG™ software that uses artificial intelligence (AI) inferencing for signal identification and classification in electronic warfare and signals intelligence applications. 


Learn More


DeepSig Raises $5M Series A Financing to Advance AI in 5G Radio Access Networks

DeepSig, a company developing AI to transform wireless for 5G, IoT, and security, raised $5M in its Series A Financing, adding to the $3.5M previously raised. Leawood Venture Capital led the Series A round with participation by Scout Ventures, Blu Venture Investors, and Lockheed Martin Ventures.


Read the Offical Press Release


DeepSig Partners with ENSCO as its launch customer for OmniSIG™ SDK

ENSCO is DeepSig's first customer for the OmniSIG SDK that allows customers to annotate and train wireless signals for OmniSIG Sensor Software.

Read the Official Press Release

Virginia Tech

Virginia Tech partners with startup DeepSig to protect wireless devices

Technology invented at Virginia Tech that harnesses a new area of artificial intelligence to improve wireless performance and defend wireless devices has taken a major step toward the public market.


Ready to Learn More?

If you are interested in learning more about DeepSig and our solutions, contact us!