Published on December 1st, 2016 | by Max Argent0
RADWIN JET PtMP Boosts Network Throughput for Tonawanda Municipality in New York, U.S.
JET Beamforming radios replace legacy systems to support critical applications and reduce OPEX
RADWIN has announced that the Tonawanda Municipality in New York, U.S. deployed RADWIN’s JET ultra-capacity wireless broadband to replace its legacy network. The JET point-to-multipoint Beamforming systems connect municipality buildings and remote sites such as highway facilities and water treatment plants across town. Transwave Communications Systems, a leading system integrator, was responsible for the network design and implementation.
“We recommended JET for this project based on our previous experience with RADWIN’s equipment both as an integrator and WISP service provider.” said David Bassanello, Sales Manager, Transwave. “This project posed major challenges since the remote sites are spread out and there’s a high RF noise floor given the large suburban environment. That’s where the Interference avoidance of JET’s Beamforming made this product extremely attractive, and furthermore we knew the previous design was still good given that the Town has access to a large tower facility that strategically overlooks the entire municipality. We upgraded the entire aged radio infrastructure with the new JET platform, enabling the municipality to leverage their investment for many years to come.”
JET Beamforming PtMP is the product of choice of municipalities worldwide, enabling them to rapidly extend connectivity to areas where fiber installation costs are prohibitive or where no rights-of-way exist.” said Dennis Stipati, GM RADWIN North America. “JET wireless systems enable governments to run crucial high-speed voice, video and data services and realise dramatic cost savings.”
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