Connectivity Can Happen Anywhere

By    October 23, 2013

A small town of 3,500 residents, 90 minutes from the nearest city, is fully connected with VoIP, streaming video and data. The town is Lázně Bohdaneč, and Prague is the nearest city – but such a town could be anywhere in the world. For years, technology spread from the large cities outwards, but with ePMP from Cambium Networks, any town of any size can now have the same connectivity as any metro center.

Businesses and residential customers know the value of broadband, and they actively seek out solutions that provide reliable connectivity at an affordable price. Without the time and labor of trenching wires or fiber, wireless is very attractive. With GPS synchronization, the network scales to meet demand and provides consistently reliable service. Edera, a service provider in the Czech Republic, saw the opportunity to extended its network and connect new customers with reliable broadband. Read its story at

ePMP enables service providers around the world to look at almost any broadband connectivity opportunity and say “Yes.”