CBNL is Showcasing its VectaStar PMP Wireless Platform at CommunicAsia 2015
At a time when telecom operators and communication service providers look for better ways to cost effectively backhaul their network, CBNL is set to showcase its VectaStar PtMP Wireless Platform at CommunicAsia 2015 happening in Singapore between 2-5, June, 2015.
Speaking about the company’s focus at the ICT mega event, Kurian Manjakkal, AsiaPac Sales VP, CBNL says, “CBNL is delighted to be attending CommunicAsia 2015 as both a speaker and exhibitor. We’ll be showcasing our market-leading VectaStar point-to-multipoint (PMP) wireless platform that has now been deployed by seven of the world’s top ten largest operators for backhaul (macro and small cell) and enterprise access, across 42 countries,” he added.
CBNL’s CTO and Founder, Dr John Naylon will also be speaking at the event:
• 12.00 Thursday 5 June – ‘Measuring the Impact of Virtualisation on Wireless Network Developments’
• 15.50 Thursday 5 June – ‘FMC 2.0 – Deploying FTTH, Wireless and DSL to Provide Universal Network Coverage’
“Wireless is fast becoming a key enabler for operators to quickly and cost-effectively extend fibre infrastructure in the Asia Pacific region – whether backhauling 3G/LTE/small cells, or quickly connecting new businesses with carrier-grade services. This is particularly the case in fast growing economies where the high cost and slow deployment of fibre is insufficient to meet immediate needs.” He adds.
“We look forward to welcoming operators to our stand (BQ3-01 – UK Pavilion) to demonstrate how our latest high-capacity PMP solutions offer a faster and more profitable business case compared to alternative wireless technologies.”
CBNL’s latest carrier-grade products offer 14.4Gb/s hub site capacity, 20km range, fast deployment and total cost of ownership savings of up to 50 percent compared to traditional wireless solutions.
“This not only helps serve the increased data demands of fast growing economies like the Philippines, Vietnam, Indonesia, Myanmar and India, but also more mature markets like New Zealand and Hong Kong. In both cases, we can provide operators with a more profitable business case to quickly roll out improved services to their customers.” Manjakkal from CBNL explains.