ePMP now supports co-location with PMP 100, and provides a phased upgrade path for your network to a new cost-effective, high bandwidth solution with the same reliability and ease of use you expect.
Cambium Networks Blog
MORAD Communications shared photos of their licensed microwave network, and WISPs around the world enjoyed the images.
Today Cambium Networks announces cnPilot™ a suite of 802.11ac WiFi products for use in home, enterprise, and industrial networks. cnPilot is managed through cnMaestro™, the company’s new cloud-based network lifecycle management platform, and fulfills network operators’ increasingly rigorous requirements for affordability, scalability and frictionless deployment.
We’re excited to present our new website to you. We invite our valued customers and channels partners to visit the new site made public, www.cambiumnetworks.com.
We’re always looking to push the limits of wireless broadband, reaching farther than ever before to provide high-quality connectivity where it previously did not exist. The first step in bringing connectivity to such locations is setting up a Point-to-Point (PTP) link.
In November 2013, Typhoon Haiyan crushed the Philippines. The worst storm on record; it killed more than 6,300 people and completely destroyed countless buildings and infrastructure. Coastal cities and towns were heavily damaged, and many villages were completely wiped out.
Following on my previous blog on holistic data visibility in winning NBA championships and improving business operations and revenue models, I was reminded of this article from the New York Times: Some Schools Embrace Demands for Education Data.
The common thread in National Security and Critical Infrastructure communications applications is that missions vary dramatically based on changing objectives: 1) Disaster recovery and first responder situations may start small and localized before expanding rapidly in unexpected directions. 2) Border Security and Video Surveillance deployments are impacted by terrain, desired topology and changing capacity requirements. 3) Tactical deployments by definition are never the same twice.