Wireless Telecommunication Services
Company Overview of Rivada Networks, LLC
Rivada Networks, LLC engages in the design, integration, and operation of wireless interoperable public safety communications networks in the United States and Europe. It offers interoperable communications extension (ICE) systems, which facilitate first responders to access an immediate private cellular based communications network, and communicate with each other and with the outside world; ICE twenty four hours a day that enables responders to create their own private area of voice, video, and data communications at various locations; and joint incident site communications capability that gives users access to various communications needed to run a command and control centre. The company’...
7899 Lexington Drive
Colorado Springs, CO 80920
Founded in 2004
Key Executives for Rivada Networks, LLC
Founder, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Rivada Networks, LLC Key Developments
Rivada Networks Releases Full Text of Location-Based Services Patent
Jul 6 15
Rivada Networks has had another patent allowed for its position-location technology. Less than a year after the USPTO issued patent #8,787,944, Rivada’s original patent for enhanced Location-Based Services (eLBS), Rivada has received a notice of allowance for its eLBS algorithm, which uses Kalman filters to refine location estimates. A Kalman filter is an algorithm for sorting good data from bad, and is central to Rivada’s technique for deriving highly accurate location information from a series of less-accurate estimates from varied sources. Rivada has now developed a full, working library function for eLBS on the Android™ operating system. In recent field tests, the software achieved position-location accuracy of well under one meter (39”), including on the Z-axis, even without a GPS fix. An iOS version is also under development and nearing completion.
Rivada Networks Wins Patent Approval for LTE Mobility Management Innovation
Sep 16 14
Rivada Networks announced its third major patent win in September 2014. Rivada's latest patent allowance from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office covers Rivada's method for moving wireless subscribers on and off leased spectrum based on the user's physical location. Rivada's patented Dynamic Spectrum Arbitrage allows wholesale buyers to purchase wireless network capacity in narrowly defined units of space and time. Thus, a wireless carrier--or any other company interested in making bandwidth available to its customers--can purchase network access for a specific neighborhood, region, or even a single city block, for a specific period of time. This technology facilitates far more efficient and effective allocation of wireless capacity, a scarce resource that is in ever-growing demand as consumers increasingly rely on smart phones and other wireless devices to remain connected to the Internet. Rivada's newest patent allowance assists this dynamic allocation of network resources by combining lease information with data on subscribers' physical location relative to the lease area. This permits the network to automatically pass subscribers into the leased network when they are in the territory leased through Rivada's patented Telecommunications Commodity Exchange platform. They are then handed back to their home network seamlessly when they leave the leased area, all without any intervention on the subscribers' part. Rivada's mobility management moves the subscribers between networks using standards-based network-directed handovers.
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office Allows Another Patent Application from Rivada Networks
Sep 8 14
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has allowed another patent application from Rivada Networks. Rivada's latest innovation will help keep emergency services connected.Rivada's invention will allow non-essential traffic to be actively cleared from the network to ensure critical communication lines are kept open. Enhanced Tiered Priority Access can also alert non-priority users that there's an emergency in the vicinity, and ask them to end their calls or limit their data use during the incident. What's more, Rivada's enhancements to its patented Tiered Priority Access technology would allow a 911 operator, for example, to "reach through" a congested network to reconnect a dropped call from a subscriber trying to report an emergency.
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