COMSovereign Holding Corp., a U.S.-based developer of 4G LTE Advanced and 5G Communication Systems and Solutions announced that following receipt of the required certifications from Mexico’s Federal Telecommunications Institute, its Fastback AnyLOSä (Any Line of Sight) IBR 1300 (Intelligent Backhaul Radio) is approved sales to all tier one wireless carriers and private wireless network operators in Mexico.
The full certification in Mexico follows extensive testing and evaluation by the country’s regulatory agency.
Certification and the launch of Fastback radios in Mexico represents a major market expansion opportunity for COMSovereign. Currently, Fastback radios are deployed in tier-one wireless networks and by multiple Communications Service Providers (“CSPs”) in the United States and Canada where they enable operators to quickly and economically add capacity to their networks. Fastback’s Non-Line of Sight (NLOS) technology overcomes many of the limitations of traditional point-to-point radios, allowing customers to quickly add capacity and respond to outages caused by anything from simple fiber cuts to wide-spread natural disasters such as hurricanes. Delivering high capacity, reliable bandwidth, Fastback radios have also been chosen to support connectivity at many of the largest sporting events including the Super Bowl, the U.S. Open, College Athletics as well as multiple festivals and concerts.
“The launch of Fastback in Mexico is the latest milestone in its long and impressive history, one built on its ability to uniquely solve many of the critical connectivity challenges faced by customers due to unexpected outages or surges in bandwidth demand. Discussions with multiple tier-one and other network operators in Mexico are already underway, with the first deployment tests expected to commence later this month. Based upon the feedback and interest we have already received, we believe that Fastback’s unmatched performance and reliability will prove an attractive solution for Mexican tier-one network operators and service providers of all sizes, just as it has with our existing customers in the rest of North America,” said Dr. Dustin McIntire, Chief Technology Officer at COMSovereign Holding Corp.