Comzatel Selects Airspan to Deploy Mobile WiMAX Network
Comzatel, an African wireless communications provider, has selected Airspan WiMAX equipment for a mobile, 4G network in Mozambique.
Comzatel is offering a variety of next-generation broadband services to business customers throughout the Maputo region, the capital and southernmost city. Delivered through Airspan's 16e advanced technology WiMAX solution, customers are now able to access high-speed Internet while at home, in the office or on-the-go.
Airspan provides the capacity, range and efficiency required by operators for maintaining successful and profitable business plans. Operating on the 2.3 GHz frequency band, this mobile base station is being deployed with USB, desktop and outdoor subscriber devices in support of Comzatel's expansion plans.
Mlungisi Hlongwane, the general director of Comzatel, said: “Comzatel has a vision where every business and residential user will be able to access next-generation technology at an affordable price.”
Amit Ancikovsky, president of sales and products at Airspan, said: “With a proven track record, this product delivers advanced broadband services with a strong business model incorporating speedy deployment and pay-as-you-grow capabilities. We look forward to continuing to work with Comzatel in developing their network, while strengthening Airspan's position in emerging markets such as Africa.”
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