Ofinno Technologies announced today that they have expanded their office space in Herndon, Virginia to make room for newly hired researchers. The company has doubled its employee count since the beginning of 2017.
Ofinno’s new researchers are developing advanced wireless technologies that provide noticeably better cellular network performance.
“In response to the success of patent portfolio sales over the past eighteen months, and customer demand for additional patent portfolios in a range of wireless technology areas, Ofinno has developed an aggressive growth plan.” said Esmael Dinan, President and CEO of Ofinno. “In fact, we expect to further accelerate hiring of technical staff over the next twelve months.”
Ofinno hires highly accomplished researchers with experience in the LTE and 5G industry. The company’s wireless technology innovators create new technologies with an astounding 67% utilization rate. This produces tangible results for both wireless device users and the carriers that serve them. At Ofinno, the people inventing the technologies are also the people in charge of the entire process, from the idea, through design, right up until the technology is sold.
Ofinno’s research and development projects on LTE-A Pro have built the foundation for 5G New Radio and Core Network technologies. Ofinno, with its advanced wireless research team, is well positioned to play an important role in the development of various aspects of 5G technologies.
Ofinno develops wireless technologies to address some of the most important technological issues in today’s modern life. Ofinno’s research focuses on fundamental issues such as improving LTE-Advanced performance, Mission Critical Services, Inter-Band Carrier Aggregation, New Radio for 5G, V2X, IoT, and Power Management. Our team of scientists and engineers seek to empower mobile device users, and the carriers that serve them, through cutting edge network performance innovations.
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