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The advantages to telecoms and cable operators are significant: -- They can dramatically increase their customer reach by eliminating the requirement of a total network build out, including a last mile link to the consumer, while -- Improving profitability and customer retention by offering subscribers a full range of digital communications services coupled with unlimited content access.
India's Department of Telecommunications (DoT) has finalized the internet service provider license agreement and has allowed them to set up the last mile link to the consumer, set up their own gateways with earth stations and associated switching and routing equipment for international connectivity.
While microwave will remain the most common last mile link medium, Ethernet is playing an increasing role in supporting backhaul needs for cellular and WiMAX networks.
LML from Wave7 Optics is one of the most technically advanced and flexible last mile link solutions in the FTTx space and there is no doubt that the combination of Wave7 Optics and IPlay3 will enable powerful, new and unique IP solutions for residential subscribers," said Alain Fernando-Santana, CEO at NetCentrex.
The Last Mile Link system now has more than two dozen customers in the U.
The Wave7 Optics' Last Mile Link solution provides up to 300 times more capacity than competing broadband systems, such as DSL or cable modem, at the same or lower installation cost.
This patent, as well as other RF return patents and applications by Wave7 Optics, helps protect both their standards-based Trident7 and original Last Mile Link FTTH systems.
the Last Mile Link will deliver video entertainment -- including HDTV, video on demand and personal video recording -- high speed Internet access; and IP telephony service.