Alvarion gets MiCOM Labs Aproval — Moves into Japanese Market



Israel’s Alvarion Technologies, a global provider of wireless solutions including Wi-Fi, Point-to-Point and Point-to-Multi-Point tech, announced that their BreezeULTRA P6000 was awarded certification by the internationally recognized MiCOM Labs for Japan’s Technical Regulations Conformity Certification of Specified Radio equipment. The company stated that MiCOM Lab’s certification further emphasized Alvarion Technologies’ commitment to ensure universal acceptance for their customers.

Alvarion‘s BreezeULTRA P6000 high capacity 802.11a/n Point-to-Point solution provides long range wireless data connectivity. The company boasts that by offering a combination of performance, capacity, organic growth and ease of use capabilities, the BreezeULTRA utilizes advanced technologies to support optimal performance in spectrally polluted environments. BreezeULTRA solution is comprised of an indoor and outdoor unit enhanced for high capacity (up to 500 Mbps) applications and high performance with distances upwards of 50 kilometers.

“At Alvarion Technologies, we work extensively to meet the challenges of today’s hyper-dynamic world, ” says Giora Levi, CEO of Alvarion Technologies. “We offer more than a decade of experience and the most complete wireless portfolio in the market. We are committed to making it as easy as possible for any of our clients to work with us and being certified in Japan brings us one step closer to guaranteeing worldwide accessibility.”

MiCOM Labs is a world-class regulatory compliance service provider with full range of certification services and an industry leader in product certification and approvals. Recognized under the US-Japan MRA as a certification body for scopes B1, B2, and B3 (Radio law), MiCOM Labs offers extensive experience and state of the art facilities to test and certify products to global standards.


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