Frustrated by having to crouch in a window at home to receive decent signal coverage, mJoose CEO Daniel Ash was on a mission to deliver an affordable, consumer friendly solution to solve the weak signal issue.
Introducing mJoose technology. The mJoose 3-in-1 case, developed by MoJoose, Inc. a California-based accessory designer and manufacturer, ensures smartphone users stay connected by solving the world-wide weak cell signal challenge. Our patented breakthrough signal-amplifying technology helps deliver a reliable cellular connection with every call. The smallest, most affordable signal-amplifying device of its kind, mJoose picks up where a regular cell signal ends. Our flagship products are Apple and Samsung smartphone protective cases including a battery extender. But our roadmap extends across smartphones, tablets, laptops, and many wired communication devices improving a detectable cell signal two to five bars.
While we’re proud of our patented technology, the mJoose team is what sets us apart. Our seasoned management team consists of telecommunications and wireless industry executives with extensive knowledge of smartphone and RF cell tower/base station technologies. And our talented engineering team is breaking new ground in RF cell signal technology and wireless communication innovation.
We’re delivering on the promise of mobility by raising the bar on cell signal technology.
Daniel, the founder of mJoose, is an entrepreneur, technology innovator, disruptive thinker and an accomplished leader with experience in growing and successfully managing international businesses. He has an innate passion for cellular wireless and smartphone technology and mJoose sits right at the crosshairs of the two.
Daniel’s career started with defense electronics at Avantek Corp. where he worked on RF millimeter wave electronics, then handsets technology with Hewlett Packard. While at Powerwave he was instrumental in the company’s growth from $100 million to $900 million. Knowledge in defense electronics, handsets and cell towers areas instrumental to the underlying technology developed at mJoose.