Alaska Communications to deliver 1Gbit/s speeds with FWA from Cambium
Broadband World News, , 7/15/2021
ROLLING MEADOWS, Ill. – Cambium Networks (NASDAQ: CMBM), a leading global provider of wireless networking solutions, today announced that Alaska Communications is deploying multi-gigabit 60 GHz cnWave fixed wireless equipment enabled by Terragraph mesh functionality to connect business and residential subscribers. As part of the first phase of the rollout, Alaska Communications is launching service with speeds up to 1 Gbps to 6,500 homes and businesses. It also will continue to offer unlimited data through a tiered product with speed options starting at 100 Mbps.
This latest deployment significantly enhances the broadband services that business and residential subscribers receive. Alaska Communications can rapidly extend their fiber network with gigabit wireless technology to provide fast, reliable and cost-effective connectivity by using Cambium Networks' 60 GHz cnWave equipment with Terragraph, a technology developed by Facebook Connectivity.
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