Akton Telecom Selects Radwin 2000 High-Capacity Links
Mar 12, 2012 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) --
Radwin, a provider of backhaul and broadband wireless solutions, announced that Akton Telecom, a service provider in Croatia, chose Radwin 2000 point-to-point radios for high-capacity, long-range IP backhaul.
According to a release, Radwin's sub-6 GHz links aggregate and backhaul traffic from remote points-of-presence in Akton's network. The links deliver 45 Mbps net capacity over 25 Km in extremely challenging conditions with no direct line-of-sight and extreme weather. Fractal Dimension, Radwin's certified distributer in Croatia, was in charge of project implementation.
Zeljko Beker, CEO, Akton Telecom Croatia, said, "We are very satisfied with the Radwin 2000 solutions. They are highly reliable and robust, and deliver carrier-grade performance even when operating in a forest area where there are many obstructions to direct line-of-sight and in very low temperatures, heavy fog, rain and wind conditions."
Yaron Ziv, Radwin's Managing Director of Europe, said, "Radwin's carrier-grade solutions are built for cellular and IP backhaul, enabling same-day deployment and allowing operators to dramatically reduce CAPEX and OPEX. With over 200,000 radios deployed in more than 140 countries, Radwin's field-proven solutions are the product of choice of service providers and ISPs around the globe."
Radwin is a provider of wireless point-to-point and point-to-multipoint solutions in the sub-6 GHz space.
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