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Airvana, Inc. (AIRV) Lands Global OEM Agreement Deal with Motorola

Airvana, Inc. (AIRV), based in Chelmsford, Massachusetts and founded in 2000, provides network infrastructure products used by wireless operators to deliver mobile broadband services. The products, based on Internet Protocol technology, allow wireless networks to deliver revenue-generating, broadband-quality multimedia services to mobile phones, laptops, and other mobile devices. Airvana’s products are used by over 30 operators worldwide such as Alltel, Bell Mobility, Spring, Telefonica, Telus and Verizon Wireless.

In March of this year, Airvana entered into a global OEM agreement to provide Motorola with a CDMA femtocell solution. Femtocells are small, low-cost and low-power cellular access points that connect to a consumer’s existing broadband Internet service to deliver enhanced cellular radio coverage and high data speeds to mobile phones in the home. Femtocells provide wireless carriers important technology solutions by improving in-building cellular radio coverage and offloading traffic from the high power outdoor network.

As a result of the agreement, wireless carriers will have the flexibility to provide Motorola femtocell-based services in any environment that has a broadband connection, integrating back to the wireless carrier’s CDMA macro network. The agreement will also enhance Motorola’s 3G femtocell solution offerings. Airvana’s CDMA femtocell supports both 1xRTT and EV-DO technologies to ensure users have a consistent mobile experience for voice and data services whether they are connected through their femtocell or the macro network.

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