Ubiquiti Networks is an American technology company started in 2005. Based in San Jose, California founded and led by Robert Pera. Ubiquiti has a unique business model that emphasizes R&D and eschews traditional marketing in an effort to produce high performance equipment at disruptive prices. The result is an attractive alternative to traditional high touch, high-cost providers. Ubiquiti consists of three principal divisions: its Service Provider Division, which seeks to close the digital divide by producing carrier-class long-haul wireless networking equipment at highly disruptive prices; its Enterprise Division, which seeks to democratize enterprise-class networking equipment such that it is accessible to small and medium size businesses; and the recently established Ubiquiti Labs, which produces innovative tech solutions for the consumer market.
Ubiquiti products have a fanatic user base and are widely used in both developed and developing countries throughout the world.
As a public company, Ubiquiti can and do offer great pay, perks, and benefits. Ubiquiti has offices around the world. Ubiquiti Networks® develops high-performance networking technology for service providers and enterprises. its technology platforms focus on delivering highly advanced and easily deployable solutions that appeal to a global customer base in underserved and underpenetrated markets. its differentiated business model has enabled us to break down traditional barriers such as high product and network deployment costs and offer solutions with disruptive price-performance characteristics. This differentiated business model, combined with Ubiquiti's innovative proprietary technologies, has resulted in an attractive alternative to traditional high-touch, high-cost providers, allowing us to advance the market adoption of Ubiquiti platforms for ubiquitous connectivity.
airFiber is used as a backhaul serving thousands of basestations. It provides Up to 20 Gbps Aggregate Performance and Sub-Millisecond Latency with World's Best Unlicensed-Band 15.9 bps/Hz Spectral Efficiency.
airFiber® implements the most efficient use of unlicensed-band spectrum - a vital attribute in increasingly crowded RF environments. By employing a unique dual-antenna design and proprietary self-interference cancellation algorithms, airFiber extracts more usable channels out of the available spectrum than any other comparable radio system. airFiber's built-in configuration tool guides the selection of RF channel bandwidths, transmit power,and other parameters to minimize interference potential and optimize link budgets.
-802.11 protocol (based on carrier sensing) was designed for indoor networks where clients can "hear" one another. AirMax Protocol (based on TDMA) wasdesigned for outdoors; hidden nodes are no problem.LATENCY
-AirMax protocol has "smart polling" which senses voice/video packets and gives them priority. It also provides priority to "active" clients over "idle" ones to optimize perceived latency on large networks.SPEED
-AirMax is based on latest 1x1 and 2x2 MIMO radio technology. 150Mbps+ real TCP/IP throughput in PtP mode and 100Mbps+ in PtMP
The operating system for Ubiquiti's airMAX® ac products, airOS® 7 provides powerful features, including airMAX ac protocol support, real-time RF analytics, and an all-new design for enhanced usability. airMAX® ac devices feature a second, dedicated radio that persistently analyzes the full 5 GHz spectrum and every received symbol to provide you with the most advanced RF analytics in the industry.
Integrated on all Ubiquiti M products, airView® provides advanced spectrum analyzer functionality: waterfall, waveform, and real-time spectral views allow operators to identify noise signatures and plan their networks to minimize noise interference. airView allows you to identify noise signatures and plan your networks to minimize noise interference. airView performs the following functions:
airControl® is a powerful and intuitive, web-based server network management application, which allows operators to centrally manage entire networks of Ubiquiti devices.
Up to 100 airMAX ac stations can be connected to an airMAX ac Sector; four airMAX ac stations are shown to illustrate the general concept.
airMAX Network Scalability
Superior Throughput Performance
To enhance airMAX ac performance, Ubiquiti Networks introduces our patented airPrism technology, which is featured on the Rocket5ac Prism, model R5AC PRISM.