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Aironet Wireless Communications


Series B | Alive

Total Raised


Last Raised

$4.22M | 25 yrs ago

About Aironet Wireless Communications

BioArray is a molecular diagnostics company engaged in the development and commercialization of assay solutions for multiplexed analysis of DNA and protein markers using a customizable bead array ("BeadChip") format and automated assay delivery system, with available products for immunohematology, transplantation, genetic testing and immunology.

Headquarters Location

367 Ghent Road

Fairlawn, Ohio, 44333,

United States


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Latest Aironet Wireless Communications News

Wi-Fi and Medical Hackathon speaking to region's strengths: Tech Czar Talk

Sep 13, 2015

Comments Hackathon is Sept. 26-27 at the Global Center for Health Innovation. CLEVELAND, Ohio -- What do one of Northeast Ohio's true innovators, the inventors of Wi-Fi, and a new technology event, a medical hackathon, have in common? They both speak to the region's strengths. Wi-Fi Magic. I am constantly reminded about the depth of technology knowledge and innovation that occurs in Northeast Ohio. There are certainly a lot of naysayers who suggest nothing happens in Cleveland and the region. But they are just plain wrong. Michael C. DeAloiaCourtesy photo  For example, one of the more ubiquitous technologies in the world – Wi-Fi – has deep roots in Northeast Ohio. Aironet Wireless Communications, an Akron-based tech company, revolutionized wireless local area networks and the company went public on the NASDAQ in July of 1998. A year later, Aironet was acquired by tech giant  Cisco . In fact, Cisco still sells the Aironet wireless device. A key member of the original Aironet team was Luke Qian, who helped develop the 802.11.n wireless standard. Qian also wrote the textbook on wireless technology, "Sharing RF Spectrum with Commodity Wireless Technologies," which has become the industry bible on wireless. He left the Aironet offices of Cisco (which are now based in Richfield, Ohio) in 2009 to start a company devoted to the management of large-scale Wi-Fi systems. Think of a large health care system with hundreds, if not thousands, of wireless points within various hospitals and health centers. Qian, with his intimate knowledge of the Wi-Fi environment, launched the startup company WiTuners . WiTuners and its WiTuners Optimization software crack the code on how to manage large, robust wireless systems. The key to a large wireless system is that it is a series of radios, essentially, and radios tend to interfere with one another. Historically the Wi-Fi devices were managed independently. With WiTuners Optimization software, a single administrative user can reduce radio interference between devices, optimize load bearing on the devices and provide a seamless Wi-Fi experience for the various users on the system. Qian is a true innovator of our modern technology, especially one that is universal to the adoption and use of smartphones and other smart devices. Medical Hackers. When you speak to someone not from Cleveland, the conversation generally takes a turn to either sports, the exasperating burning of the river years ago, or the Cleveland Clinic. The Clinic is the "grand dame" of Cleveland's world respected and coveted healthcare industry, which makes it hard to believe that of all the computer hackathon's the city has enjoyed over the years none have focused on healthcare. All that will change Sept. 26-27 when the first  Cleveland Medical Hackathon takes place at the HIMSS Innovation Center located in the Global Center for Health Innovation, also known as "Medical Mart", downtown. A hackathon is when a large number of people gather to collaboratively program, using computers, some solutions to a number of issues. It is a communal approach to large societal, business or political issues that merit software solutions. The goal of the first medical hackathon here is to tackle challenges in making the increasing levels of data collected through technology useful to healthcare systems and to patients, according to the event's website. The Cleveland Medical Hackathon seeks participants who are doctors, nurses, administrators, patient advocates, innovators, entrepreneurs, designers, IT professionals and developers to tackle these challenges and present concrete breakthrough solutions by the end of the event. Teams, which will be formed during the event around a kernel of an idea, will be asked to present their solutions to a panel of judges at the end. Projects will be evaluated not only on creativity and execution, but how well the project met the goal of: how technology and innovation can help leverage big data in big ways, according to the website. The hackathon is the brainchild of James Krouse who is the director of marketing communications at Nesco, a Cleveland-based engineering conglomerate. Krouse was formally the artistic director of the Ingenuity Festival – so he has a great background to draw upon in developing such a cool, hip and necessary event for Cleveland. The event is free, but an application for attendance is necessary. Krouse said space is limited – so act quickly.

Aironet Wireless Communications Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Where is Aironet Wireless Communications's headquarters?

    Aironet Wireless Communications's headquarters is located at 367 Ghent Road, Fairlawn.

  • What is Aironet Wireless Communications's latest funding round?

    Aironet Wireless Communications's latest funding round is Series B.

  • How much did Aironet Wireless Communications raise?

    Aironet Wireless Communications raised a total of $4.22M.

  • Who are the investors of Aironet Wireless Communications?

    Investors of Aironet Wireless Communications include Axiom Venture Partners.

  • Who are Aironet Wireless Communications's competitors?

    Competitors of Aironet Wireless Communications include VIDA Diagnostics, Biodesix, Exagen, AutoGenomics, Genetic Signatures and 14 more.

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