) Alascom, currently on a mission to deploy WiMAX
broadband in Alaska, has announced they will utilize
) Ltd.'s BreezeMAX 2.3 GHz TDD equipment.
802.16e-based WiMAX (News
) solution will make deployment smooth via extended broadband data services in urban, suburban and rural areas.
AT&T Alascom, who has just introduced WiMAX-based broadband in select areas of Juneau, is on its way to deploy the WiMAX
broadband in additional Alaska communities in 2008.
"We are proud to be selected by AT&T Alascom," said Tzvika Friedman, president and CEO of Alvarion. "This top-tier company's rigorous requirements and focus on innovation enable them to continually offer new advanced services, demonstrating their commitment to customers."
Alvarion's solution is capable of delivering flexible and enhanced coverage even in difficult terrain, such as the hilly and wooded areas. In addition, Alvarion's nomadic self-install Si CPE can incorporate a patent-pending fast-switching algorithm with six integrated antennas. The Si can is available with a wide variety of options, from multiple POTS interfaces to built-in Wi-Fi
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