Cambium Networks opens wireless R&D center in Bangalore

Telecom equipment vendor Cambium Networks has opened its wireless R&D center in Bangalore, India.

The Bangalore center will offer wireless research and development and local customer support for India and the Asia Pacific region. The team in Bangalore will drive innovation and add value across Cambium Networks’ entire product portfolio.

Some of the customers of Cambium Networks include Tata Communications and the Gujarat State Government.

With the R&D centre, Cambium Networks aims to further its market penetration from powering and expanding e-government networks to providing connectivity solutions tailored to service providers’ needs.

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Atul Bhatnagar, president and CEO, Cambium Networks, said, “Cambium Networks technology is cost effective to deliver high- capacity broadband services over difficult terrain to remote locations.”

In 2013, Cambium Networks launched new solutions in its PTP and PMP portfolios. PMP 450 wireless broadband access solution is a modular design and can support up to 1 Gbps of usable throughput from a single tower location. The PTP 650 is a point-to-point wireless backhaul solution that delivers 450 Mbps in aggregate throughput and operates in frequencies from 4.9 to 6.05 GHz.

“Cambium Networks technology has enabled us to provide enterprise-class VPN services to small and medium-sized firms across India in areas where connectivity was previously limited,” said Ramesh Sathyanarayana, managing director, D-VoiS Broadband.

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