Thursday, August 3, 2006

Mexico's Ultranet2go Launches pre WiMAX 802.16e

Ultranet2go, a division of ZOMA Telecom of Mexico, launched commercial service in Veracruz and Aguascalientes, Mexico, using pre-mobile WiMAX 802.16e wireless broadband solutions from Navini Networks. Ultranet2go already offers service in Puebla using Navini's Ripwave MX solution.

Navini said its "Smart WiMAX" solution, powered by smart beamforming, provides a powerful and wide range of coverage and with easy cellphone-like activation.

Future deployments are planned for markets such as Tampico, Matamoros, Xalapa, Coatzacoalcos, Cuernavaca, Chilpancingo and Iguala.

Ultranet2go is a new business unit of ZOMA TELECOM, an operator with wireless cable television (Ultravision), radio stations, and other communication services in Mexico.

"We are successfully bringing true personal broadband wireless access to Mexico," said Patricio Zorrilla, chief executive officer of Ultranet2go.



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