Migrating from PMP 100 to ePMP

By    August 31, 2015

As customer bandwidth demands increase, so does the strain on your network. A top speed of 14Mbps was great for yesterday’s customers – but today’s customers are demanding more, and to feed their Netflix craving you need to reach higher or risk losing their business. You need a solution with the same reliability and ease of use you expect from PMP 100, but with some more power. A lot more – because when it comes to uses for a high bandwidth connection, there’s no end in sight.

But, without solid migration technology, your new solution could impact your existing customers with significant interference. Replacing the whole network at once isn’t an option, so a way to operate two solutions side by side – seamlessly – to upgrade your network, on your schedule, is a must. And the less hassle, the less phone calls from angry customers, and the less tower trips you have to do, the better.

No matter how many times you explain it, your customers aren’t going to be impressed that their win streak in Call of Duty came to an abrupt end because their neighbor just got a new internet connection, and it’s interfering with theirs. And they’re right – a network migration should be smooth and simple with as few headaches for them (and you) as possible.

ePMP from Cambium Networks now supports co-location with PMP 100, providing 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. By synchronizing with your PMP 100 network, ePMP operates alongside it seamlessly: no interference, no hassle, and full performance from both systems. Migrate on a sector-by-sector basis until your entire network (and your customers) are enjoying higher speeds and lower latency.

Better yet, the benefits of network synchronization carry on after migration is completed, allowing your network to expand to more subscribers and avoid interference from neighboring ePMP synchronized networks than would otherwise be possible. Synchronization lets you expand your business, adding more users at greater speeds to your network.

Building your network for tomorrow doesn’t need to be difficult. Migrating to ePMP from PMP 100 lets you keep your existing customers happy by keeping their connection interference free during migration and giving them the speeds they want after migration, all at a highly competitive price point.

It’s the best neighbor your PMP 100 network has ever had.