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Company – About

RED Technologies' self-organizing network and dynamic spectrum sharing solutions help telecoms operators maximise their infrastructure and spectrum usage.

RED Technologies’ SON solutions for dynamic spectrum sharing enable the release of high volumes of underused licensed spectrum into the marketplace.

In the face of current and predicted spectrum shortages and increasing demand for accessible and affordable services, policy-makers and industry stakeholders have devised ground-breaking regulatory frameworks called Licensed Shared Access (LSA)* in Europe and Spectrum Access System (SAS)** in the US to allow operators to optimize and monetize existing spectrum. Small cell technology has also been designed to help people use spectrum more efficiently in localized areas.

RED Technologies was born from these spectrum sharing innovations. Its founders have patented the means to enable LSA and SAS, and augment the performance of small cells.

RED Technologies’ SON solutions for small cells and HetNet accelerate deployments and generate energy savings.

With radio networks like those used for long-term evolution (LTE) and other cellular technologies becoming more complex, self-organizing networks (SON) are becoming more prevalent. The network itself is able to monitor its own functionality and optimize itself to provide the best performance possible, enabling significant capital (CAPEX) and operational (OPEX) expense savings for operators.

RED Technologies SON solutions provide:

  • Design scalability for handling the growing complexity and scale of mobile networks.
  • A “by-nature” big data system with embedded analytics for processing the high volume of network data.
  • Real-time radio environment mapping technology to enable various and autonomous optimization tasks such as complex SON heterogeneous network situations.
  • Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) to feed back into the system for preventive actions and early troubleshooting.

* Known in the US as Authorized Shared Access (ASA)
** Spectrum Access System (SAS) enables a three-tiered sharing framework called FCC (Federal Communications Commission)

Company – Board

Pierre-Jean Muller


Pierre-Jean Muller is RED Technologies’ CEO and co-founder. He has held senior engineering and business management roles at Huawei, NEC Technologies, BELL Labs and Secre is an active participant in international telecoms standards-setting committees.

Michael Abitbol

Managing Director

Michael Abitbol is the Managing Director and co-founder of RED Technologies. He has extensive experience in business development and management in Asia, Europe and the US, having founded, managed and held executive positions in, international companies both within and outside the telecommunications sector.

Bruno Rambaud

Partner & Executive Board Member

Bruno Rambaud brings 25+ years experience in executive level positions at leading multinationals in the aeronautic, defense, space and security sectors (Alstom, Thales, Marta-Nortel, Rockwell-Collins…). He has received the prestigious French Knight of the Legion of Honour award for his contribution to engineering and the French economy.

Joëlle Toledano

Executive Board Member

Joëlle Toledano is a renowned expert in telecommunications regulation and strategy. She has held executive-level positions in major french entreprises and is the author of the report "Dynamic Spectrum Management for Innovation and Growth" on spectrum policy in France. Joëlle has received the prestigious Medal of the National Order of Merit and is French Knight of the Legion of Honor.

Olivier Dubuisson

Executive Board Member

Olivier Dubuisson is General Manager and Partner at French technology investment firm, Cap Décisif. He is an engineer by training with experience in the defense (Thales) and telecoms sectors (Aqsacom).

Company – Investors

“RED Technologies' patented solutions enable a powerful solution for the telecommunications industry world-wide. The company has a strong partner base and a significant lead on others.”

Olivier Dubuisson, General-Manager and Partner, CapDecisif

BPI France

A public investment bank and a trusted partner for entrepreneurs.

CapDecisif Management

An equity investment company principally focused on high potential innovative companies in Paris and the surrounding Ile de France region.

Company – Awards

RED Technologies received the prestigious Business France, Best Telecom Innovation Award 2015. Orange and Air France were part of the jury that selected RED Technologies for this award which France’s Minister for Digital, Axelle Lemaire, remitted personally at Mobile World Congress while pointing out the need for innovation in spectrum utilization.


Company – Careers

Come and work with us

Our team is expanding rapidly and we are continually looking for talented people for technology development, operations and business development. Existing openings are described opposite. You can also send an unsolicited application at any time to

Spectrum shortage is a serious threat to reaping the economic and social returns of mobile innovation and expansion.


People are not as empowered as they could be because traditional spectrum licensing models have proven to be no match for demand.


Mobile is now the world’s largest network and is a crucial foundation for productivity increases, product innovation, service growth and jobs.

Mobile devices, wireless connectivity and applications together make up the current wave of innovation in information and communications technology known as The Internet of Things and are critical to the success of Cloud Computing and Big Data.

People today want to access the network anywhere at anytime, and industry business models across all sectors are increasingly dependent on mobile networks. As a result, the volume of data crossing these networks worldwide is expanding exponentially. Qualcomm, the world leader in mobile technologies, predicts, with wide industry support, that traffic over mobile networks will increase 1000 times by 2020.

The transformational potential of evolved mobile services can only be realized if people everywhere can access them easily and affordably, and the reality today is that users - especially those in densely populated areas and in homes with multiple devices - experience network access issues and high costs.

People are not as empowered by mobile as they could be because traditional spectrum licensing models have proven to be no match for demand. If Europe and other continents do not foster an attractive mobile environment, the markets associated with mobile will thrive elsewhere.

Existing mobile operators need more spectrum to offer new affordable services and new operators entering the market need to be able access a share of spectrum too if the innovation potential of competition is to be realized.

Our solutions assess, localize, coordinate, monitor and optimize spectrum sharing.


RED Technologies’ solutions allow industry, operators and policy-makers to meet mobile growth and spectrum demand differently and in a way that effects rapid, lasting and far-reaching industry change.

RED Technologies’ SON solutions for LSA and SAS

Some large incumbent holders of licensed spectrum (e.g. military, satellite, some commercial users) do not use all of their frequencies, all of the time, everywhere. Recent industry and government collaboration on the issue of spectrum shortage has resulted in new spectrum sharing models, called Licensed Shared Access (LSA) and Spectrum Access System (SAS). These models enable incumbents to sub-let their unused spectrum - without interfering with incumbent usage - to mobile operators through multi-lateral agreements overseen by regulators. Incumbents can share their spectrum in time, frequency and/or geography to release high volumes of underused licensed spectrum into the marketplace.

RED Technologies’ SON and award-winning real time radio environment maps meet the specificities of both LSA and SAS. They allow incumbents to evaluate and plan spectrum shared deployments, localize zones for spectrum sharing geographically and minimize the likelihood of interference between the incumbent and the secondary network. The incumbent’s network is protected in a number of ways through standardized information elements, well-defined interfaces and secure access protocols.

RED Technologies’ SON solution for small cells, HetNet and energy saving

Telecoms operators increasingly promote small cells to help their customers circumvent the connectivity issues that result from spectrum shortage. Small cells take connected devices off cellular towers, enabling people in offices, homes and high density areas like airports to dynamically leverage network capacity in a localized zone.

RED Technologies’ SON solution for the growing complexity and scale of mobile networks makes the planning, configuration, management, improvement and healing of small cells networks faster and simpler, enabling a better use of spectrum.


“New spectrum management models are driving innovation in telecoms today and RED Technologies’ smart solutions are a powerful example. They optimize wireless spectrum in a way that changes the game and they are a catalyst for market growth and job creation.”

Wassim Chourbaji

Vice-President, Government Affairs, Qualcomm Technologies Inc.

Agence Nationale des Fréquences (ANFR)

French public agency responsible for radio spectrum management.

Alcatel Lucent

The leading IP networking, ultra-broadband access and cloud technology specialist.

Business France

French Agency for International Business Development under the aegis of the Ministry for the Economy, Finance and Industry.

Direction Générale de l’Armement (DGA)

The French Government Defense procurement agency responsible for the program management, development and purchase of defense systems for the French Ministry.


Ericsson is a world leader in the rapidly changing environment of communications technology – providing equipment, software and services to enable transformation through mobility.


Qualcomm Incorporated is a world leader in 3G, 4G and next-generation wireless technologies.


Nokia Corporation's businesses are leaders in their fields: Nokia Networks provides broadband infrastructure, software and services; HERE provides mapping, navigation and location intelligence; and Nokia Technologies provides advanced technology development and licensing.


A global technology leader for the Aerospace, Transport, Defense and Security markets.

Our solutions enable industry and policy-makers to meet spectrum demand differently.



The 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) unites 7 telecommunications standard development organizations and provides their members with a stable environment to produce the Reports and Specifications that define 3GPP technologies. The project covers cellular telecommunications network technologies and provides complete system specifications. The specifications also provide hooks for or interworking with Wi-Fi networks. 3GPP specifications and studies are contribution-driven, by member companies, in Working Groups and at the Technical Specification Group level.

4iP Council

Represents leading technology inventors in Europe who believe that intellectual property rights enable innovation and increase social and economic welfare.

BPI Excellence

BPIfrance Excellence is a BPI organization regrouping a selection of 3000 of the most promising French companies in a business club supporting entrepreneurs in the fast pace development of their company.


The European Telecommunications Standards Institute.

La French Tech

A public funded ecosystem for French start-ups and associated stakeholders.


World class and fast-growing government supported French ICT Cluster.

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