Orange Cameroon Deploys RAD

Orange Cameroon deploys RAD's AirMux wireless multiplexers to deliver Internet over corporate PDH network

September 1, 2004

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TEL AVIV -- Mobile operator Orange Cameroon has deployed point-to-point wireless multiplexers from RAD Data Communications to provide low-cost, high-quality Internet access at the residences of its directors in the country's capital, Yaounde, and the port city and commercial hub of Douala.

Orange Cameroon wanted to deliver high quality Internet service to its directors to enable them to work at home by connecting them to World Wide Web via its corporate PDH network, and save money at the same time.

Easy to Install and Operate in License-Free Environment

While Internet access is available in major Cameroonian cities, it is generally plagued by poor quality phone lines and high prices. For that reason, Orange Cameroon opted for wireless links. "We considered several wireless solutions," said Christian Nkone, Transmission Manager at Orange Cameroon, "but we chose RAD's AirMuxT-104 because it provides a stable and reliable wireless connection. It is very easy to install, and is not susceptible to interference in a license-free environment."

RAD Data Communications Ltd.

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