Latvian operator Unistars selects Cambridge Broadband for fixed wireless access equipment

July 16, 2004

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CAMBRIDGE, U.K. -- Unistars, a new Latvian operator, has chosen Cambridge Broadband’s VectaStar solution for its fixed wireless access network. Cambridge Broadband’s distributor Newtel is responsible for sales, distribution and systems integration of the VectaStar equipment, and has recently placed a further order for Euro 600,000 of equipment.

Mr A Rutman, President of Unistars, commented: “Although we were awarded spectrum three years ago, network deployment only began 18 months ago, after a period of extensive testing and benchmarking to find a suitable solution. We tested solutions by Aperto Networks, Airspan [Nasdaq: AIRN], Alvarion [Nasdaq: ALVR] and Cambridge Broadband and chose Cambridge’s VectaStar solution.“

He goes on to explain why VectaStar was selected: “VectaStar provides what no other equipment on the market does: a non-line-of-sight carrier-class solution, enabling us to provide services at highly competitive prices. VectaStar’s high capacity enables us to offer services at speeds usually only associated with high frequency LMDS equipment, as well as lower speed Internet access.”

Cambridge Broadband Ltd.

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