Cambridge Broadband Networks chosen by Neotel.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-16 July 2007-Cambridge Broadband Networks chosen by Neotel(C)1994-2007 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com
New South African operator Neotel is using the VectaStar transmission platform from Neotel Cambridge Broadband Networks, a provider of wireless point-to-multipoint transmission equipment, in its backhaul and access network across South Africa.
According to the company, Neotel has a telecomms license to provide services to carriers, businesses and consumers, and its VectaStar network will offer CDMA backhaul, WiMAX backhaul and corporate access services.
The VectaStar solution supports both backhaul and access services within a single network, and its point-to-multipoint architecture simplifies network planning, deployment and management, Neotel said.
In addition, the platform supports multi-band operation, with 3.5GHz, 10.5GHz and the 26/28GHz band used within a single network, which provides a high level of flexibility and scope for capacity expansion.
Equipment deployment is currently beginning in Johannesburg and Pretoria and will be expanded to cover Cape Town and Durban, South Africa. No financial details were disclosed.
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