Duxbury Networking has been appointed a distributor for Cambium Networks, a US-based vendor of broadband wireless infrastructure solutions targeted at service providers, industrial markets and large enterprises on a global scale.
The company currently has four million of its secure, resilient and scalable access and transport products deployed in more than 150 countries.
According to Andy Robb, chief technology officer at Duxbury Networking, Cambium’s latest wireless offerings are designed to appeal to several market sectors – from wireless Internet providers to enterprises looking to upgrade and broaden their data connections. “Cambium provides forward-looking solutions that deliver data, voice and video connectivity whenever and wherever it’s needed,” he says.
Robb confirms that Duxbury Networking is poised to introduce Cambium’s recently announced Gigatower wireless broadband solution to the SA market.
“The Gigatower delivers more than one gigabit of capacity via a point-to-multipoint modular design – enough capacity to support bandwidth-intensive applications such as streaming video – while extending a coverage area to more than 120 square kilometres,” he says.
“The Gigatower is based on Cambium’s unlicensed, non-line-of-sight product portfolio designed to allow users to address large numbers of users with very high throughput rates.”
Robb adds that Cambium Networks is looking to expand its product offerings – currently operating on 5.4 GHz and 5.8 GHz spectrum bands – to work in other bands, including the 2.4 GHz unlicensed and other licensed airwaves.