Proxim introduces licensed wireless backhaul equipment

Proxim has re-entered the licensed wireless backhaul market with the introduction of its Tsunami GX800 licensed point-to-point microwave backhaul products. With the addition of the GX800 products, Proxim is expanding its product line to include licensed wireless backhaul capable of delivering high capacity of 622 Mbps aggregate capacity, frequency agility for deployment in more regions […]

Ruckus Wireless releases end-to-end 802.11N WiFi system for carriers

Ruckus Wireless is now offering a comprehensive 802.11n system for wireless carriers. The new Ruckus Mobile Internet products include  a new outdoor Smart-Sector mesh access point (ZoneFlex 7762-S), a point-to-multipoint wireless backhaul bridge (ZoneFlex 7731), indoor/outdoor customer premises equipment (MediaFlex 7200 series), and system-wide remote Wi-Fi management (FlexMaster 9.0) proven to manage tens of thousands of […]

Exalt releases ExploreAir microwave backhaul platform

ExploreAir, the new microwave backhaul platform from Exalt, is now available for around US$10,000. Exalt claims that the new equipment delivers 500 megabits per-second full-duplex Ethernet plus native TDM. It supports world bands from 2 GHz to 40 GHz. Exalt’s existing product line, ExtendAir (which was released in March 2010), sells for between US$7,000 and […]

Proxim releases new CPE for WISPs, carriers and enterprises

Proxim has just released its new Tsunami 8150-CPE (Customer Premise Equipment) series of products whose purpose is to reduce the cost of deployment for wireless ISPs (WISPs), carriers and enterprises that deploy wireless networks over a business park. According to Proxim, the new CPEs support 2×2 Multiple-Input and Multiple-Output (MIMO) and can be deployed in […]

Find out if your ISP is a bad ISP with Glasnost

Last week I posted “Is Your ISP a Bad ISP?” pointing to a wiki with a list of Internet service providers who throttle P2P traffic. One person submitted a comment saying that the list is outdated. Now, you can find out for yourself if indeed, your ISP is playing funny games with your connection. I […]