Class 1 Freight Rail Operator Deploys Multi-Gbps 60 GHz cnWave at Major Yard

Whether it’s the port of Los Angeles, a railyard in Chicago or an intermodal facility in Kansas City, freight rail roads are seeing the highest level of container traffic in decades. This critical supply chain for the North American economy demands reliable wireless communications to keep goods flowing to consumers.

One rail operator found an alternative to fiber to eliminate wireless congestion and improve capacity in one of their facilities – going from a few megabits of capacity to multi-gigabit capacity.