Cambium Networks launches wireless broadband solutions for federal markets

 

By Telecom Lead Team: Cambium Networks, a provider
of wireless broadband solutions for connectivity in any environment, has
showcased Cambium PTP 600 Series and the new Cambium RDB 350 Rapid Deployment
Wireless Broadband product at AFCEA West conference in San Diego.

Both
products leverage company’s commitment to providing federal markets with the
most reliable, secure wireless connectivity solutions that also meet the
stringent requirements of military or government in-field deployments.

The PTP
600 Series includes the PTP 45600 product, which is considered the primary
wireless transport solution for many theatre-deployed situation awareness
programs for the U.S. ARMY, U.S. Navy and U.S. Marine Corps.

The
Cambium PTP 600 Series provides connectivity and backhaul, even in the most
challenging non-line-of-sight environments. PTP 600 Series has long-range
access with data rates up to 300 Mbps and reaching distances up to 124 miles,
these secure fixed wireless products make connectivity and backhaul a reality
in challenging environments where having reliable, is critical for operations
to run securely.

The
Cambium PTP
600 Series of Point-to-Point (PTP) fixed broadband solutions has been certified
for use by the Department of Defense (DoD) Defense Information Systems Agency
(DISA) as an approved product on the Unified Capabilities (UC) Approved
Products List (APL). The PTP 600 Series previously validated by the National
Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) as FIPS 140-2 compliant.

“Gaining
UC APL status for our PTP 600 Series is a momentous achievement for our team at
Cambium Networks and a huge endorsement of the quality and strength of our
products, as well as the investments Cambium has made in creating products
designed to meet federal and in-field requirements for use,” said Tony
Cecchin, vice president, Product & Business Operations, Cambium Networks.

The
Cambium RDB 350 is a rapid deployment broadband wireless solution delivering
near- and non-line-of-sight point-to-multipoint connectivity in both at the
halt (ATH) and on the move (OTM) environments.

The
product leverages secure, industry-standard 4G 802.16e WiMAX technology in a
ruggedized MIL-STD-810G, all-outdoor package. Using the 4.4 to 5.0 GHz U.S.
Federal and NATO Band IV spectrum, agencies can deploy broadband applications
such as 4G convoy mobility with speeds up to 80km per hour, garrison wireline
replacement, and video surveillance and sensor networks.

“Our
new Rapid Deployment Broadband product combines the legacy reliability and
scale of Cambium’s PTP and PTMP technologies into a 4G standards-based, rugged
wireless solution designed especially for situations and environments where
fast, capable connectivity is critical,” said Scott Imhoff, director,
business development, Cambium Networks.

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