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Pronto, BelAir Join Forces

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BALTIMORE -- Pronto Networks, a leading provider of carrier-class operations support systems (OSS) for managing large scale Wi-Fi networks, and BelAir Networks, the first company to offer scalable wide-area wireless broadband solutions for metro-scale deployments, today announced a partnership that offers service providers solutions to cost-effectively and easily deploy complete large scale wireless networks. The companies’ first joint deployment covers the downtown/Alamo Plaza area of San Antonio, Texas.

The joint offering gives service providers the ability to deploy metro-region wireless networks quickly, and in a way that guarantees users the highest quality experience. It combines the BelAir100 and BelAir200 Multi-service Switch Routers with the Pronto OSS for a robust end-to-end metro scale solution. The Pronto/BelAir partnership enables the companies’ sales and marketing teams to work together on channel programs, cross training, joint marketing and sales, and customer opportunities.

“The primary advantage of the BelAir/Pronto offering is our strong presence and experience in the municipal market and BelAir’s innovative wireless multi-service architecture to deliver next generation services to cities and businesses,” said Jasbir Singh, president and CEO of Pronto Networks. “Municipal broadband deployments are growing at a rapid rate, and we can help service providers cost-effectively deploy carrier-grade, metro-scale broadband networks to meet their individual needs today and into the future.”

Pronto Networks Inc.

BelAir Networks Inc.

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