, a provider of advanced wireless broadband solutions, has announced
the latest addition to its RADWIN 2000 product portfolio.
The company is planning to showcase RADWIN 2000 at the GSMA (News
) Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain on Feb. 16 to Feb. 19 say that the new RADWIN 2000 solution provides up to 16 E1s/T1s native TDM service and native Ethernet, with aggregate throughput of 100 Mbps.
Adi Nativ, RADWIN's vice president of Marketing and Business Development, said that the booming demand for broadband and the evolution towards 3G and 4G networks is creating major demand for a high-capacity, affordable backhaul product.
He said that RADWIN 2000 is the ideal backhaul solution at the most competitive price in the market and said that the company was working with leading cellular operators’ worldwide trailing RADWIN 2000 TDM+Ethernet and are receiving amazing feedback.
RADWIN 2000 radio series is the latest addition to RADWIN’s portfolio of wireless broadband products, delivering 50Mbps full-duplex net throughput and a range of up to 120 km/75 miles with the industry’s most advanced radio technologies – MIMO and OFDM.
Officials at RADWIN say that the new RADWIN 2000 is extremely simple to install and maintain. The solution's robust air interference and advanced technology features enable operation even in non line-of-sight environments and high-interference scenarios.
"During the past few years RADWIN has become a recognized leader in providing IP and Cellular Backhaul solutions in the sub-6 GHz space,” said Nativ. “Our solutions are deployed worldwide by tier-1 operators because they significantly lower backhaul costs and reduce operators' total cost of ownership. With the addition of 16 E1s/T1s to the RADWIN 2000 solution, cellular operators can now expand their networks and offer their customers greater capacity and higher quality at a breakthrough price."
RADWIN delivers wireless backhaul and broadband access solutions in the sub-6GHz space— empowering carriers and service providers with the ability to connect subscribers everywhere.
Dedicated to connecting the global village, RADWIN allows carriers and telcos to reach out to rural subscribers and offer enhanced service for urban areas and private networks. Whether voice, data, or video streaming.
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Edited by Tim Gray