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Cambridge Broadband announces enhancements to VectaStar.


Cambridge Broadband, a developer of carrier-class, point-to-multipoint broadband wireless access equipment for network operators, has announced enhancements to its broadband wireless access solution, VectaStar.

According to the company, the new base station architecture allows operators to terminate both ATM and IP traffic within their core network without the need for additional routing or switching equipment and the new base station configuration allows them the choice of backhauling their VectaStar network over ATM/SDH, IP or E1 connections.

Cambridge Broadband also said that the main physical change is the inclusion of two extra STM-1 ports on the ATM switch, making eight in total.

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Date:Nov 23, 2004
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