Airvana is a provider of Mobile Broadband network infrastructure systems and femtocells based on third-generation (3G) CDMA2000 EV-DO and UMTS mobile broadband technology. Airvana products enable mobile operators to deliver mobile Internet access at speeds up to 3.1 Mbit/s.
Airvana provides technology for mobile networks to support mobile broadband information, communication and entertainment services.
Airvana’s IP-RN Series products form the radio access infrastructure for CDMA2000 1xEV-DO (1xEvolution Data Optimized) networks. 1xEV-DO is a third generation broadband wireless packet data technology that is enabling wireless service providers to provide mobile broadband connectivity. As of April 2008, there are more than 100 million EV-DO subscribers.
Airvana’s HubBub™ femtocells are small cellular access points that connect to a mobile operator’s network through broadband (such as DSL or cable) internet connections. They are designed to improve coverage for mobile phone users inside buildings. Airvana’s femtocells support both CDMA and UMTS mobile network technologies.
Airvana is involved in the fixed mobile convergence (FMC) market. FMC refers to the trend to provide both fixed and mobile telephony services via a single phone that can switch between networks. Airvana’s Universal Access Gateway provides security and other networking functions for mobile operators who provide access to their networks via Wi-Fi networks or femtocells.
Airvana Recognized for Best Application Concept and Contribution to Standards at 2010 Femto Forum Femtocell Industry Awards.
Jul 13, 2010; Airvana announced that the company's Airvana Femto Family Tablet has been named Best Application Concept, and its...