RADWIN, an Israeli provider of sub-6 GHz broadband wireless solutions, has won contracts from both CALIFORNIA INTERNET, a leading internet service provider with the largest coverage area in Southern California, and a US based silver mining company in Mexico, to provide its Point-to-Point and Point-to-Multipoint wireless broadband systems for last mile access to enterprise customers.
Established in 1997, RADWIN provides a complete portfolio of sub-6 GHz Point-to-Point and Point-to-Multipoint solutions and a Multi-service 3G small cell solution.
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Its trademarked FiberinMotion delivers wireless broadband for vehicles, trains and vessels on the move. The company says that FiberinMotion delivers unmatched throughput of up to 100 Mbps and wide area coverage.
RADWIN systems have been deployed in dense urban areas in the greater Los Angeles Area, Orange County and Ventura Counties.
Roni Weinberg, RADWIN EVP said, “We are very pleased to have been chosen by CALIFORNIA INTERNET, the #1 customer rated company in California. Service providers around the world have chosen RADWIN’s point-to-point and point-to-multipoint solutions for their network expansions. Our carrier-grade systems are empowering service providers to rapidly deliver high throughput in dense metropolitan areas and rural locations at the most cost effective price and with guaranteed service levels to meet the needs of the most demanding enterprise customers.”
The Mexican mining operation will deploy RADWIN’s point-to-point and point-to-multipoint solutions to connect its main plant, offices, warehouses, truck shops and lab buildings in its mining site which covers over 30, 471 acres. All sites required broadband connectivity for video surveillance and data transmission, Internet, IP telephony and access to applications and file servers. AdN Consulting, a leading system integrator in Mexico and RADWIN’s partner, was responsible for project deployment.
Manuel Castellanos, the company’s managing director in Mexico said, “RADWIN’s point-to-point and point-to-multipoint solutions deliver high broadband speeds and enabled the mining company to build a reliable, high performance network to keep the mine running smoothly and improve operational efficiency. Our ruggedized IP67 solutions are deployed by mining companies globally because they are carrier-grade, capable of running multiple triple-play applications and operating in the most extreme environments typical to mining sites.”
RADWIN’s solutions are deployed in over 150 countries.