China Telecom chooses Alvarion/BISC Broadband Wireless solution
Israel’s Alvarion and its new strategic partner Beijing International Switching System Corporation (BISC), a joint venture between Siemens and Chinese enterprises have announced that China Telecom has chosen the Alvarion/BISC Broadband Wireless solution for its first commercial 3.5 GHz broadband wireless access network deployment.
The network will be installed in Shenyang, a city of 4.5 million inhabitants and the capital of the Liaoning region. Shenyang is one of 32 Chinese cities in which operators have recently received licenses to operate broadband wireless networks in the 3.5 GHz band, and the first to select a vendor and to begin network deployment. Alvarion's advanced WALKair network will be used to support advanced voice and data access services.
Alvarion is a powerhouse of point-to-multipoint broadband wireless access (BWA) solutions for telecom carriers, service providers, and Enterprises worldwide. Alvarion's systems are used to provide Internet access and voice and data services for subscribers in the last mile, as well as for cellular network feeding, building-to-building connectivity, and wireless local area networks (LANs). — (menareport.com)
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