Tuesday, November 2, 2004

Telabria Deploys 802.16 Network in UK with Redline

Telabria, a privately-held developer of next-generation wireless networks, selected Redline Communications' AN-50 and AN-100 equipment for an 802.16-based broadband wireless deployment in the south east of England. Redline AN-50 equipment is being used to provide point-to-multipoint (PMP) backhaul services for business and enterprise applications, as well as backhaul for Wi-Fi locations during the test trials scheduled to begin in January 2005. Plans are to transition to AN-100 equipment for the commercial launch in April. Residential wireless service connections will be provided though an 802.11a wireless local loop.

The network initially will be deployed in the county of Kent, which has a population of over one and a half million people over an area of 1,442 square miles. Telabria plans to deliver broadband wireless services - including VoIP - to major urban and suburban centers, as well as to rural regions. http://www.redlinecommunications.comhttp://www.telabria.com


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