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DragonWave Intros Radio Lite Backhaul

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OTTAWA -- DragonWave Inc. (TSX: DWI; NASDAQ: DRWI) a leading global supplier of packet microwave radio systems for mobile and access networks, today announced a product addition to its portfolio with the introduction of the Harmony Radio Lite. Harmony Radio Lite is specifically tailored to provide reliable and affordable connectivity to vertical markets, such as public safety, education, healthcare, oil and gas organizations and utilities, as well support growing mobile backhaul demand in rural and suburban communities. With a form factor of only 7.5 in square including antenna, the sub-6 GHz point-to-point microwave radio supports both licensed and unlicensed spectrum and is ideally suited for non-line-of-sight (NLOS) scenarios where obstructions are found between link endpoints. The unit offers full scalability and is designed within rugged outdoor specifications to ensure reliable performance and longevity in the field. DragonWave will be showcasing the Harmony Lite at IWCE, March 13-14 in Las Vegas, Nevada, booth #2322. The Harmony Radio Lite is a single, all-outdoor unit and includes standard Ethernet interfaces and an integrated antenna, making it easy to install and bring online. With DragonWave’s comprehensive network management system, the Harmony Radio Lite can easily be configured and monitored remotely, helping lead to a quick return-on-investment for operators. Streamlined functionality is further complimented by low power consumption (under 15W), PoE compatibility, reduced cabling requirements and low delay. Synchronization through 1588v2 and SynchE eliminates the need for an external synchronization source. The high capacity and low latency capabilities of the Harmony Radio Lite make it one of the first LTE-ready NLOS systems. DragonWave Inc.

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