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DragonWave® Inc., a leading global supplier of packet microwave radio systems for mobile and access networks, announced it has expanded its product portfolio with the introduction of the Harmony Eband, a compact, lightweight radio that operates in the 70-80 GHz spectrum with low-energy consumption. The Harmony Eband provides an enhanced option for mobile backhaul markets, providing reach comparable at 23-38 GHz, higher capacity and a lower OPEX expansion solution.
MIMOtech, a specialist in high capacity point-to-point radios, has announced a strategic partnership with CSG Science & Technology Co. Ltd. (CSG Hefei), under which CSG Hefei has acquired an undisclosed amount of MIMOtech’s share capital.
Invisible Link UK Ltd. has selected Exalt Communications Inc. microwave backhaul systems to bring ease of deployment, carrier-grade reliability, and high performance to its microwave projects
Huaweihas signed an agreement with Orange Polska for the supply of 2nd-generation E-Band microwave products over the next two years.
Radio Frequency Systems (RFS), the global wireless and broadcast infrastructure specialist, announced double-digit growth for several of its key North American product lines in 2013. This follows a record-breaking year in 2012, further strengthening RFS’ position as a leading provider of end-to-end solutions for indoor and outdoor wireless applications.
Cobranet Limited, a leading wireless Internet service provider in Lagos, Nigeria, has deployed Exalt microwave backhaul systems to connect a backbone network that runs between its distribution points and data centres.
DragonWave Inc., a leading global supplier of packet microwave radio systems for mobile and access networks, announced the commercial availability of its 60 GHz technology in the Horizon® Compact+ and Avenue Link product lines. Currently in production, DragonWave’s 60 GHz products have already been deployed in successful small cell mobile operator trials. These products are well suited for metro deployment in small cell architectures due to their small form factor and high-capacity, low-delay transport capabilities. Because the 60 GHz spectrum is widely available and generally offered at a lower cost than other bands, the newly incorporated technology offers network operators more product options to cost effectively plan and deploy emerging small cell and LTE/LTE-A backhaul deployments around the world.
Barry Industries, an ISO9001:2008 certified, ITAR registered manufacturer of high quality thick film resistors, terminations, attenuators and high temperature co-fired ceramic (HTCC) packaging, introduces a new 0904 size chip attenuator for Ku, K and Ka Bands. The AV0904GA attenuator has been characterized to 30 GHz, features gold wirebondable I/O terminals with epoxy mount ground pads and is rated to 750 mW. Typical VSWR is 1.20:1 from DC to 18 GHz and 1.50:1 to 30 GHz.
ABI Research expects the market for small cell backhaul equipment to grow to over $5 billion in 2018, up from a forecast $487 million for 2013 representing a 48% compound annual growth rate (CAGR).
Ceragon Networks Ltd. has received further orders of $7 million from Vodacom Tanzania to upgrade and support backbone links across the country