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BEDMINSTER, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dec. 4, 2001--
Who: Ray Dolan, president and CEO of Flarion Technologies, a leader in the development of an innovative mobile communications system, flash-OFDM (tm), based on Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) and the Internet Protocol (IP) for IP-based air interface technology. What: Will take part in a panel discussion at the Internet World Fall 2001 conference titled "EC Visions." Michael Drapkin, CEO of XB5 Partners, Inc. and Chair of eCommerce Management at Columbia University's Executive IT Management program will moderate the panel, which will include three other panelists. Where: Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, 655 West 34th Street, New York, NY When: Monday, December 10th, from 2:45 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Details: Ray Dolan, whose 15 years of wireless industry experience include being the COO of NextWave Telecom and executive vice president with Bell Atlantic NYNEX Mobile, will discuss how the flash-OFDM technology can be deployed by mobile operators for profitable mobile data services, without change to the IP protocol, applications, content or devices. To obtain more information regarding other panelists or the Internet World Fall 2001 conference, visit the organization's website at http://www.internetworld.com/events/fall2001
About Flarion Technologies
Flarion Technologies is mobilizing the Internet with its innovative mobile communications network technology, flash-OFDM(tm). This technology will make seamless mobile broadband access to the Internet truly affordable to the mass market - anytime, anywhere. Flarion's flash-OFDM technology, which originated in Bell Labs, enables mobile operators to profitably offer Internet Protocol (IP)-based broadband services. For mobile operators, Flarion's technology is the lowest subscriber cost of installation and operation of any mobile broadband service in the world.
Flarion's RadioRouter(tm) base station product easily overlays onto a mobile operator's existing cell sites and spectrum, and will provide a seamless routing interface to the operator's existing IP network. Flarion's flash-OFDM-based devices allow mobile users to have the same user experience they have on a broadband-wired connection.
Flarion Technologies is based in Bedminster, New Jersey (USA) and now employs over 135 people. Investors include Bessemer Venture Partners, Charles River Ventures, Cisco Systems, Equitek Capital, Lucent Technologies' New Ventures Group, Nassau Capital, and Pequot Capital. More information about Flarion can be accessed at http://www.flarion.com/
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Flarion Technologies Ronny Haraldsvik, 408/202-4278 [email protected] or The Devon Group Jeanne Achille, 732/542-2000, ext. 11 [email protected]
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