EIT Digital: Patented scaleup Greenerwave joins Accelerator

EIT Digital Greenerwave

French scaleup, GREENERWAVE has joined the EIT Digital Accelerator to accelerate their plans for growth.

Founded in November 2015 in Nice (South of France), GREENERWAVE has patented a unique technology to synchronize electromagnetic waves and improve internet connection on any device, through a simple Bluetooth connection and an app.

By joining the EIT Digital Accelerator, GREENERWAVE will benefit from support from the organisation who will assist them in their development objectives.

Cyril Bertschy, General Manager of GREENERWAVE explains: 'We all face daily endless downloads, weak signals or phone calls interrupted. So far, the only one technological answers have been bringing additional electromagnetic waves in our environment increasing energy consumption dramatically. GREENERWAVE Technology consists in re-synchronizing ambient waves only by using very low energy. We would like to keep the promise of multiplying by 4 or even 16 the throughput of any wireless network but also reduce the power consumption by decreasing the number of routers. Therefore, we are very happy of having signed with EIT Digital to help us expand our development in Europe and benefit from their expertise.'


GREENERWAVE, founded in Nice (France) in November 2015, has been appointed as one of the best 500 start-ups in the World by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA).

GREENERWAVE has patented a unique technology to, simply, focalize electromagnetic waves and improve internet connection on any device, through a simple Bluetooth connection and an App. Thanks to this high class, and passive, technology, Greenerwave is integrated into building or train ceilings, or simply on your wall behind your favourite picture! GREENERWAVE multiplies by 4, or even 16, internet speed.

WIFI or LTE electromagnetic waves are, nowadays, the best way to connect to Internet but the waves management is strictly linked to the environment and, more and more often, having access to a good network is difficult. The most challenging place to get internet access is inside buildings due to walls, glasses, doors, etc. In order to solve this, more and more common, issue; technologies such as repeaters, femtocells, or even MIMO are on the market but, on top of being static, they multiply the number of waves, generating pollution and high energy consumption.

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