Rapidly deploy the Wi-Fi backhaul speed you need with 60 GHz cnWave V3000. Featuring a 44.5 dBi high-gain antenna with beamforming, the client nodes can support up to 7.6 Gbps with channel bonding for both point-to-multipoint (P2MP) and point-to-point (PTP) configurations.
Extend the Network with Wireless
Cambium Networks’ 60 GHz cnWave solution provides easy, fast and cost-effective wireless gigabit connectivity for edge access and/or high-capacity Wi-Fi backhaul for edge access solutions at a significantly lower TCO than fiber infrastructure.
Service providers and enterprises now have access to gigabit for business and residential connectivity, backhaul for Wi-Fi access or LTE/5G small cell. Certified for Facebook Terragraph, cnWave mesh solutions are highly efficient at handling high-density deployments in cities and suburban areas.
Multi-Gigabit Fixed Wireless
Proven in municipal deployments for high-speed connectivity for Wi-Fi backhaul and small cell infrastructure on the network edge.
V3000 is featured with a 44.5 dBi high-gain antenna with beamforming. The client nodes can support up to 7.6 Gbps with channel bonding for both point-to-multipoint (P2MP) and point-to-point (PTP) configurations.
Cloud and On-Premise Management
60 GHz cnWave operates with Cambium Networks’ cnMaestro management system. cnMaestro is a cloud-based or on-premises software platform for secure, end-to-end network control.
cnMaestro wireless network manager simplifies device management by offering full network visibility and zero-touch provisioning. View and perform a full suite of wireless network management functions in real time. Optimize system availability, maximize throughput and meet emerging needs of business and residential customers.
Centralized Cloud Management
cnMaestro monitoring and management system
- View the replay of the 60 GHz cnWave Solutions for Service Providers webinar
- View the replay of the 60 GHz webinar with Facebook Connectivity
- Check out the interview with Castle Rock Microwave CEO Brett Bonomo about Terragraph’s smart city network
- See the interview with Scott Imhoff of Cambium Networks about how Terragraph fills a need for high-capacity fixed transport