Working closely with cutting-edge companies and research institutions
Sisvel supports a vibrant innovation ecosystem that can continuously increase the pace of technological progress. The firm has always firmly believed that licensing operations need to be backed by a strong technical understanding. Sisvel Technology was born out of this belief and it is today one of the Group’s core assets.
To further support this belief, the Group has been investing to deepen its technological footprint through strong technical partnerships such as the one we have with Wilus.
Wilus Inc. “The best way to predict the future is to invent it”
Wilus is an R&D company, based in South Korea, that conducts research work aimed at developing next generation standards in the wireless and multimedia fields. Since 2019, Sisvel and Wilus have closely collaborated on projects in several technology areas.
Wilus’ technical expertise is outstanding and has contributed to the development of new standards: its technical reach is on a par with much larger innovative organisations.
Sisvel has seen the extraordinary quality of the Wilus patent portfolios and pledges to support the continued contribution to the innovation ecosystem of such a valuable and sophisticated partner.
For over a decade, Wilus has been a key contributor to the development of global ICT standards for next generations of wireless and multimedia services, and has more than 30 engineers and experts holding advanced degrees (Ph.D./M.S.) with unparalleled expertise in wireless connectivity and all relevant standards technologies.
"Since our founding in 2012, we have constantly developed advanced standards technologies for enabling and enhancing wireless connectivity and immersive multi-media services," says Wilus CEO Jin Sam Kwak. "To predict the future through our technical innovation, we are actively participating in the development of next generation standards such as 3GPP, IEEE 802.11, and MPEG. We are striving to contribute technically to the evolution of ICT standards with our own innovation.”