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NEC's Microwave System Selected by Bosnia and Herzegovina Carrier

February 1, 2010
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HT Mostar d.d., one of Bosnia and Herzegovina's leading telecommunications carriers, has selected NEC Corp. to deploy approximately 70 units of its PASOLINK ultra compact microwave communications systems for its operations. As a result, Bosnia and Herzegovina has become the 139th country to adopt the system.

Recent economic conditions in Bosnia and Herzegovina demand expanded data transmission capacity among businesses and larger networks. The deployment of PASOLINK contributes significantly to the country's establishment of a strong IT infrastructure that supports steadily increasing data traffic.

HT Mostar adopted PASOLINK's NEO series, which is highly regarded for its ability to flexibly accommodate growing transmission needs through a variety of different interfaces on a single platform. This enables companies to cheaply and easily update infrastructure through software upgrades, and eliminates the need to supplement existing systems with expensive new additions.


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