RADWIN unveils 2.5 GHz BRS/EBS solution for North America


RADWIN, the global provider of
Backhaul and Broadband Wireless Solutions, announced the availability of the
RADWIN 2000 2.5 GHz BRS/EBS solution for North America.


The new wireless point-to-point solution is ideal for 2.5
GHz license-holders such as carriers, ISPs, public and private organizations
such as educational institutions.


The 2.5 GHz band was given to these educational entities
to encourage education and community programming. License holders must
demonstrate substantial use; otherwise licenses will be reclaimed by the FCC on
11/1/2011.


“The RADWIN 2000 2.5 GHz new BRS/EBS offering
enhances our presence in North America as a leading supplier of high
performance yet cost-effective wireless communications solutions, while addressing
the broadband demand from many different market segments,” said Mike Cook,
general manager North America.


With RADWIN 2000 2.5 GHz, operators as well as private
networks can leverage the 2.5 GHz band, one of the most sought-after spectrum
currently available. Moreover, institutions with a scholastic mission can drive
education and distance learning initiatives in urban, suburban as well as rural
markets,” Cook added.


The RADWIN 2000 Point-to-Point systems
set a new benchmark in performance and robustness. Delivering up to 200 Mbps
and up to 16 E1s/T1s with carrier-grade reliability, RADWIN 2000 meets capacity
requirements of high-bandwidth applications. The solutions are affordable and
remarkably easy to install, commission and maintain.


By Telecomlead.com Team
editor@telecomlead.com