Edgewater Wireless, a wholly owned subsidiary of KIK
Polymers, has received certification for additional members of the EAP3000
family of multi-channel WiFi products from the National Agency of
Telecommunications (ANATEL), the Brazilian accreditation body for regulatory
“The certification by ANATEL of additional EAP3000
products is a significant milestone that opens the door for Edgewater Wireless
to expand its business presence, and its product and feature mix in
Brazil,” said Greg Fielding, chief executive officer of Edgewater
ANATEL extensively tests telecom products to ensure compliance
with national regulatory requirements. Certification by ANATEL is a requirement
for the use and sale of all telecommunications products in Brazil.
Brazil is a focus market for Edgewater Wireless due to
its growth in data communications infrastructure, fueled by a solid economy
and, in particular, the upcoming Olympics and World Cup.
The Edgewater Wireless EAP3000 family of devices helps to
meet the demands on data communications bandwidth by delivering significantly
greater bandwidth density, advanced network visibility, improved security and
network reliability required to meet the accelerating growth demands in data
communications in the country.
EAP3000 wideband, multi-channel access points are
currently manufactured at SMTC’s Markham, Ontario location and, with ANATEL
certification, Edgewater Wireless can rapidly expand volume production to meet
the demand for various product configurations.
By Telecomlead.com Team