Alvarion Customers Win Prestigious W2i Wireless Communities Awards; Scottsburg Indiana, Other Cities Are Recognized For Building Progressive Broadband Networks Using Alvarion Equipment.
"We are delighted to be recognized for our innovative community broadband network that has generated tremendous savings for the city through improved operational costs and efficiency of city services while making Scottsburg safer," remarked Bill Graham, Scottsburg's mayor for the past 17 years. "Once we decided to deploy a community wide broadband network, we evaluated several options including a multi-million dollar fiber optic network that we simply could not afford. So instead we opted to deploy Alvarion's BreezeACCESS(R) wireless broadband solutions and went live with a city-wide network in March of 2002 to deliver broadband to local residents and commercial enterprises, as well as to schools and municipal offices. Later, we leveraged the same network to allow police officers to get broadband in their police cruisers greatly improving officer productivity and increasing safety in the community," he added.
The Scottsburg community wide network was designed, installed, and is now maintained by Ohio-based Wireless Connections, an Alvarion Platinum level reseller.
The City of Lenexa, Kansas deployed a metro-area mobile and fixed-wireless broadband network to connect government buildings, municipal vehicles, traffic signals, and video cameras. Alvarion's BreezeACCESS VL system enabled the city to improve its operating efficiency while reducing annual expenses. Similarly, Corpus Christi, Texas deployed a large broadband wireless network spanning 147 square miles. The multi-use network used Alvarion BreezeACCESS VL systems as well as several other vendors' systems.
"Through the forward thinking leadership of Mayor Graham, Scottsburg has been quick to realize the enormous benefits of community broadband as delivered by Alvarion's wireless broadband solutions," commented Amir Rosenzweig, president of Alvarion, Inc. "With wireless broadband, every aspect of a community can leverage and benefit greatly from the same infrastructure whether it is in Indiana, Kansas, Texas, or the numerous communities using Alvarion equipment today. We are pleased to see Scottsburg, Lenexa, and Corpus Christi getting some well-earned recognition for their innovations. These examples demonstrate Alvarion's participation in the municipal market and commitment to bring broadband to local communities."
About the City of Scottsburg
The City of Scottsburg is the county seat of Scott County Indiana near the Kentucky border. Formed in 1820 and named after Revolutionary War general Charles Scott, Scottsburg is home to approximately 6,000 people.
With more than 2 million units deployed in 130 countries, Alvarion is the worldwide leader in wireless broadband providing systems to carriers, ISPs and private network operators, and also in extending coverage of GSM and CDMA mobile networks to developing countries and other hard to serve areas.
Leading the WiMAX revolution, Alvarion has the most extensive deployments and proven product portfolio in the industry covering the full range of frequency bands with both fixed and mobile solutions. Alvarion's products enable the delivery of business and residential broadband access, corporate VPNs, toll quality telephony, mobile base station feeding, hotspot coverage extension, community interconnection, public safety communications, and mobile voice and data. Alvarion works with several global OEM providers and more than 200 local partners to support its diverse global customer base in solving their last-mile challenges.
As a wireless broadband pioneer, Alvarion has been driving and delivering innovations for more than ten years from core technology developments to creating and promoting industry standards. Leveraging its key roles in the IEEE and HiperMAN standards committees and experience in deploying OFDM-based systems, the Company's prominent work in the WiMAX Forum is focused on increasing widespread adoption of standards-based products in the wireless broadband market and leading the entire industry to mobile WiMAX solutions.
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