SuperCom Acquires Alvarion, Launches New 802.11ac Access Points

SuperCom Acquires Alvarion, Launches New 802.11ac Access Points Image Credit: SuperCom

New York-based secure-ID and secure payment solutions provider, SuperCom announced that it will be acquiring Alvarion, a leading provider of autonomous Wi-Fi networks. 

Alvarion designs solutions for Carrier Wi-Fi, Enterprise Connectivity, Smart City, Smart Hospitality, Connected Campuses and Connected Events that are both complete and heterogeneous to ensure ease-of-use and optimize operational efficiency. Carriers, Local Governments and Hospitality sectors worldwide deploy Alvarion's intelligent Wi-Fi networks to enhance productivity and performance. 

Alvarion will continue to provide full support, services and upgrades for its WBS series, and WBSac line of products, and will continue to invest in its customers around the globe by providing full support to its legacy and new line of products. Under Supercome, Alvarion has released its latest product series of Avidity access points. The new Avidity series of indoor and outdoor access points is based on the latest 802.11ac standard.

Arie Trabelsi, CEO of SuperCom
One of them is the Secure Internet of Things (SIoT) where Alvarion's network capability merges with our M2M/IoT products to present an attractive offering to the market and provides us access to a large and diverse base of more than 25,000 customers in more than 95 countries.

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

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