WaveRider Launches North American Distribution Program with Product Shipment to Alliance Corporation.Business Editors/High-Tech Writers
TORONTO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--June 27, 2003
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WaveRider Communications Inc. (OTC OTC
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see boophilusannulatus. distribution agreement with Alliance Corporation. WaveRider will ship its non-line-of-sight Last Mile Solution(R) products to Alliance to accommodate initial orders for the products from Alliance's Certified Alliance Partner (CAP) program and to provide stock for future orders.
Under the terms of the multi-million dollar distribution agreement, Alliance will act as the exclusive distributor for WaveRider's non-line-of-sight wireless products throughout Canada and the United States The United States and Canada share a unique legal relationship. U.S. law looks northward with a mixture of optimism and cooperation, viewing Canada as an integral part of U.S. economic and environmental policy. . The program complements WaveRider's existing direct sales strategy and is designed to increase the number of Value Added Resellers (VARs) carrying WaveRider's products as a result of Alliance's sales and marketing programs.
"Alliance has built a solid reputation in the wireless broadband industry based on its extensive knowledge and experience in telecommunications and its history of supplying top quality products," said Charles Brown Charles Brown is the name of:
Under the agreement, Alliance will distribute WaveRider's non-line-of-sight (NLOS NLOS Non-Line of Sight
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"We have already experienced a strong demand for WaveRider's non-line-of-sight products," said Dave Perry
Dave Perry was a creator of and co-commentator on the UK computer and video games television shows GamesMaster and Games World. , Vice President, Sales and Marketing, Alliance Corporation. "With the addition of WaveRider's technology to our product selection, Alliance is the only distributor that offers a complete NLOS broadband solution, and provides the training and technical support needed by network operators to operate, manage and expand their networks over time."
Alliance's CAP Program
The Certified Alliance Partner program (CAP) is a partnership between Alliance Corporation and selected Systems Integrators and Value Added Resellers across North America. Alliance continues to develop a network of CAP members who are authorized to sell and service Alliance's industry-leading wireless Broadband products.
The world leader in fixed wireless Non-Line-of-Sight Technology
WaveRider's Last Mile Solution(R) (LMS) is the world's first fixed wireless broadband product to deliver true non-line-of-sight Internet connections in the license-exempt spectrum. WaveRider's LMS is distinguished in the non-line-of-sight category by its user-installed indoor antenna An Indoor antenna is a type of Radio or TV Antenna placed indoors, as opposed to being mounted on the roof. Indoor antennas are usually a simple and cheap solution that may work well when the receiver is relatively near to the broadcasting transmitter and the building walls do not , which enables broadband connections through buildings, tree canopies and other line-of-sight barriers.
WaveRider's NLOS system delivers up to 2.0 Mbps throughput at a range of up to two miles, in non-line-of-sight conditions, with WaveRider's indoor antennas. For installations using outdoor antennas, WaveRider's NLOS products delivers throughput speeds of 2.0 Mbps at a range of up to five miles, in non-line-of-sight conditions, and up to 25 miles (40 km) when there is a line-of-sight connection between the base station and subscriber antenna.
The Last Mile Solution(R) systems also include WaveRider's proprietary Dynamic Polling MAC and grade of service controls, which enable operators to easily manage their networks and deliver broadband services to hundreds of subscribers using a single base station unit.
WaveRider's LMS systems have been deployed by service providers in 45 U.S. states. WaveRider's customers have now made wireless broadband service accessible to hundreds of thousands of potential subscribers across the country.
About WaveRider Communications Inc.
WaveRider Communications Inc. (www.waverider.com) is a leading global provider of fixed wireless Internet access See how to access the Internet. products. WaveRider's Last Mile Solution(R) and NCL product families include license-exempt non-line-of-sight wireless systems that connect businesses and residential subscribers to the Internet. WaveRider is traded on the OTC Bulletin Board OTC Bulletin Board
An electronic quotation listing of the bid and asked prices of OTC stocks that do not meet the requirements to be listed on the NASDAQ stock-listing system. , under the symbol WAVC.
About Alliance Corporation
Alliance Corporation is a value-added distribution and logistics resource that has historically focused on the wireless communications wireless communications
System using radio-frequency, infrared, microwave, or other types of electromagnetic or acoustic waves in place of wires, cables, or fibre optics to transmit signals or data. and broadcast Industries. Since 1999, Alliance has been making a substantial ongoing investment to develop a similar strength in the broadband communications industry communications industry, broadly defined, the business of conveying information. Although communication by means of symbols and gestures dates to the beginning of human history, the term generally refers to mass communications. with particular emphasis on wireless solutions. Adding skilled technical and engineering services to its offering, Alliance is positioned to support systems integrators as they develop wireless solutions for their enterprise customers, including ISPs. For more information call Alliance at 866-243-7378 or visit www.alliancecorporation.ca.
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