Wireless That Spans Distance and Time

By Cambium Networks

Not everything has changed since 2008. Back when the world learned that the Android 1.0 was launched, this four-kilometer, point-to-point fixed wireless broadband link was installed at an industrial location in the Middle East. The link has been providing reliable service 24/7 since then. While our technology is continuously evolving to keep in step with the latest standards and high spectral efficiency, it is also good to see that older systems continue to provide the performance and value for which they were created.

Given the rapid demand for connectivity, network operators around the world are seeking solutions to connect people, places and things. With the time and cost associated with fiber infrastructure, many are researching fixed wireless wide area networks that can be rapidly deployed at a fraction of the cost. Selecting the right wireless equipment can make all the difference in creating a connection that satisfies network users over the long term.

Cambium Networks provides Wireless Solutions that Just Work. While this promise certainly covers new installations to meet the ever-growing demand for connectivity, the idea also covers connecting those locations over the long term. The ROI of equipment that performs for more than a decade in harsh environments with little maintenance is quite attractive.

Our technology has changed to provide the highest throughput possible. Over time, our portfolio of wireless solutions has expanded to meet end-user demand for increased capacity and coverage. Our technology now includes fixed wireless wide area networks and indoor/outdoor Enterprise Wi-Fi and switching. All our solutions are managed in the cloud by the cnMaestro™ system that provides an end-to-end view of the network via a single pane of glass.

This summer, we are celebrating the longevity of our equipment that has been providing reliable connectivity for years. I encourage you to share your story at this thread on our Community. Or you can review the stories to see what can be connected and for how long.

Published July 22, 2020