Alvarion launches new BreezeMAX PRO 6000 CPE for better performance

Telecom Lead Middle East: Alvarion announced the new
BreezeMAX PRO 6000 CPE for enhanced performance and simplicity.


The BreezeMAX PRO 6000 is designed with extended coverage
and high data throughput.


Telecom operators can benefit as they can reduce CAPEX
and OPEX.


This outdoor CPE offers a wide frequency range from 3.3
GHz up to 3.8 GHz. The BreezeMAX PRO 6000 saves time and money with innovative
installation breakthroughs, such as LED and Tone connectivity indicators,
outdoor voice and data on one unit, and a single cable for both voice and data.


The BreezeMAX PRO 6000 is released with a full software
feature set (IPCS-NAT, IPCS-BM, ETH-CS, improved ND&S, class 5 voice
services) minimizing compatibility issues and allowing customers to quickly
connect more subscribers by just adding the CPE to the existing network.


The technological foresight in this new CPE delivers our
vision of multi-technology platforms to our customers. By combining product
interoperability, we have created a paradigm shift in the way our customers are
able to build and provide network coverage with the assured quality offered by
Alvarion and our technically-proven track record,” said Hezi Lapid, president
and CEO of Alvarion.


The BreezeMAX PRO 6000 is interoperable with
BreezeCOMPACT base station. This solution utilizes the high antenna gain and
transmit power of the BreezeMAX PRO 6000, together with the small tower
footprint and high capacity of the BreezeCOMPACT to reduce the density of base
stations required in a network layout. The result is a feasible deployment in
rural areas that previously required a large Macro installation.


We approached Alvarion with a need to expand quickly,
reduce cost and improve flexibility of our 4G deployment. By combining the
BreezeCOMPACT base station with the outdoor CPE solution we will be able to
provide a superior broadband solution for our customers,” said David Miles,
chief network officer at Xplornet Communications, Canada’s rural broadband
provider.


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