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LIBRA 5800 delivers powerful and spectrally efficient performance of up to 32 megabits per second (Mbps) data rate in narrow 10 MHz channels with a range of up to 66 kilometres (41 miles) in a point-to-point line-of-sight configuration, or an aggregated data rate of up to 192 Mbps per six-sector cell and a radius of up to 35 kilometres (22 miles) in a point-to-multipoint line-of-sight configuration.
The upgraded network will distribute broadcast-quality video content from Get's headquarters to multiple regional cable head-end sites in major cities throughout Norway, using Juniper's unique point-to-multipoint (P2MP) capabilities.
Proxim has already shipped over one hundred thousand outdoor point-to-multipoint OFDM systems and has extensive experience in designing and testing its products to maximize reliability and performance in real world conditions.
The line consists of the WMS1000 wireless media streamer, the MS1000P Cat5 point-to-point video extender and the MS1000MP Cat5 point-to-multipoint video extender.
Nasdaq:JNPR) today announced that BT Media and Broadcast has selected its routing platforms to create Europe's first point-to-multipoint IP/MPLS-based (Multiprotocol Label Switching) broadcast distribution network.
With the announcement of the RedMAX family, a wide range of clients can be confident in their network designs and deployments, regardless of whether they need point-to-point or point-to-multipoint solutions, in urban or rural geographies, given the flexibility and range of our WiMAX-based portfolio," said Majed Sifri, President and CEO, Redline Communications.
Data-Savvy Utility/ Carrier Selects Aperto Networks for Advanced Traffic Engineering, Reliability and Narrow Channelization Douglas Fast Net Network (DFN) of Oregon, a utility that has built carrier-class fiber and wireless networks throughout the mountainous terrain of Douglas County, Oregon, has standardized on Aperto Networks' PacketWave(R) 5 GHz point-to-multipoint systems for its business-grade wireless service delivery.
The EFMA will be showcasing technologies from the four EFM sub-task areas, including: -- Point-to-point and point-to-multipoint copper -- Point-to-point fiber -- Point-to-multipoint fiber -- Operation, administration, and maintenance (OAM) The goal of EFM is to complement the Ethernet family with new elements for use in the public access network.