Radwin Unveils WinLink 1000

Radwin launches WinLink 1000 offering WiMax capabilities

September 27, 2004

2 Min Read

TEL AVIV -- RADWIN, a leading provider of carrier class broadband wireless connectivity solutions, today announced the general availability of WinLink 1000, a carrier class, point-to-point, non-line-of-sight broadband wireless system offering the performance of WiMax. The system enables the affordable replacement of T1/E1 leased lines and backhaul operations for carrier and enterprise applications.

"The marketplace is eagerly anticipating the capabilities of WiMax. For those who need a solution today, RADWIN is now offering the performance of WiMax at a cost comparable to industry-standard Wi-Fi," stated Sharon Sher, Founder and CEO of RADWIN. "RADWIN has leveraged the maturity, low cost and wide scale adoption of Wi-Fi and combined it with its proprietary MAC and physical layer technologies to bring the promise of WiMax to the marketplace today."

Built on industry standard Wi-Fi, WinLink 1000 is the first wireless broadband transmission system to offer wireless, carrier-class T1/E1 services. Using proprietary physical layer and MAC adaptations, RADWIN is able to overcome the range, capacity and QoS limitations of 802.11. With a list price of under $3000, WinLink 1000 offers a return-on-investment in less than six months, making it the most competitive wireless broadband transmission system available on the market today.

WinLink 1000 is a carrier-class system operates in the unlicensed bands and features high capacity, an extended operational range and quality of service assurances. WinLink 1000 is simple to install and maintain, and offers a robust and rugged design ideal for uninterrupted use in extreme environmental conditions.

WinLink 1000 offers service providers, cellular carriers and enterprises a wide range of benefits. Service Providers can use it establish metro area networks and offer broadband to rural and remote areas, while cellular operators can substitute their T1/E1 leased lines and reap substantial savings on their monthly operational expenses. In addition, a variety of enterprise and vertical markets like universities, schools, municipalities, utilities, hospitals and other campus environments can use WinLink 1000 to wirelessly connect between remote sites.


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