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Wireless ISP Airband Upgrades its Backhaul for Rural Broadband

Thursday, April 26th, 2018 (12:01 am) - Score 769
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Fixed wireless ISP Airband, which has won a number of UK state aid supported contracts to roll-out superfast broadband in counties like Shropshire, Devon and Somerset (here and here), has moved to upgrade their backhaul capacity by adopting the FibeAir IP-20 Platform from Ceragon.

The provider intends to deploy the new platform as part of their existing roll-out into rural areas, which it’s claimed will use a total of about £1.9 million ($2.6m) worth of equipment and services from Ceragon. Apparently this will be able to cost effectively deliver high capacity of up to 4Gbps (Gigabits per second) via the Microwave and millimeter-Wave bands, which is needed in order to feed their growing subscriber base.

Redmond Peel, Managing Director of Airband, said:

“We selected Ceragon’s IP-20 wireless backhaul platform because it enables us to provide fast, reliable and scalable connectivity. The innovative Ceragon products and experienced staff enable us to quickly rollout and deliver high capacity of up to 4 Gbps with significantly less resources compared to any other solution.”

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  1. Diane Durbin

    I am with talk talk got a contact till next march 2019 I just want broadband can you reply to see if I can come to ypu

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