Intracom Telecom announces FCC Compliant 39GHz Access and Backhaul Solutions for the US Market Reviewed by Momizat on . Athens, Greece - 10 September 2018 - Intracom Telecom, a global telecommunication systems & solutions vendor, announced today the introduction of new Access Athens, Greece - 10 September 2018 - Intracom Telecom, a global telecommunication systems & solutions vendor, announced today the introduction of new Access Rating: 0
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Intracom Telecom announces FCC Compliant 39GHz Access and Backhaul Solutions for the US Market

Athens, Greece – 10 September 2018 – Intracom Telecom, a global telecommunication systems & solutions vendor, announced today the introduction of new Access and Backhaul product lines at the 39GHz band. The company displays the WiBAS™ -Connect 39GHz and OmniBAS™-BX 39GHz FCC Compliant Access and Backhaul Solutions at its stand number S.2024, in South hall, at Mobile World Congress Americas, 12-14 September 2018, in Los Angeles.

WiBAS™-Connect, the flagship product of the company for ultra-broadband access, is adapted to operate at 39GHz spectrum, according to FCC regulations. The product uses 100MHz channels offering throughput reaching 1Gbps per subscriber, for rapid download and upload. Each base station radio is designed to serve up to 60 subscribers and is fully software upgradeable. The WiBAS™ Connect platform includes features for massive subscriber provisioning and for automated subscriber authentication. The WiBAS™ Connect at 39GHz borrows all the ground breaking technologies from the platform that is already operational worldwide at 10.5GHz, 26GHz and 28GHz, with subscribers enjoying services of 200Mbps download speed.

OmniBAS™-BX is the newest member to the innovative portfolio of Point-to-Point packet-based transmission and access radios. Already available at 18GHz and with committed plan to introduce 13GHz and 38GHz in 2018, the company is extending the family of products with 39GHz and FCC compliant features, for use in US market. OmniBAS™-BX is an all outdoor radio, incorporating several innovative transmission and networking features. They are ready to host a full Layer-3 (IP/MPLS) and SDN protocol stacks, fitting the purpose of backhaul networks upgrade for 5G.

Intracom Telecom is committed to further enhance and evolve the 39GHz band with technologies such as TDD, steerable antenna, beamforming and enhanced bandwidth allocation algorithms.

John Tenidis, Marketing Head of Intracom Telecom’s wireless solutions portfolio, commented: “The need to launch 39GHz FCC Compliant Access and Transmission product lines was fuelled by the urge to serve customers in USA, a market that is the undisputed leader towards rolling out 5G networks using millimetre wave bands. Intracom Telecom is committed to serve its customers with innovative solutions, including its leading StreetNode™ at 28GHz and 60GHz, ensuring ultra-broadband capacities and minimum deployment effort”.

 

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About Intracom Telecom
Intracom Telecom is a global telecommunication systems and solutions vendor operating for over 40 years in the market. The company has become the benchmark in fixed wireless access and innovates in the 5G/4G wireless fronthaul, backhaul and small-cell SON backhaul. It offers a comprehensive portfolio of software solutions and a complete range of ICT services, focusing on IoT, SDN/NFV, Big Data analytics & data-driven intelligence, and Smart City solutions. It also addresses the Energy & Utilities industry, emphasizing on smart metering and complete IT solutions. Its subsidiaries span across Europe, Russia/CIS, the Middle East and Africa, Asia and North America.

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Alexandros Tarnaris, Marketing Communications Director, Intracom Telecom

tel. +30-210-667-7027, e-mail: atarnar@intracom-telecom.com

 

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