Enforta Expands in Russia

Enforta adds seven cities to its wireless broadband network in Russia

May 30, 2007

1 Min Read

MOSCOW -- Enforta today announced that it has commissioned itsnetwork and started to offer services in the regional capitals of Voronezh and Penza. Networksin the cities of Ulyanovsk, Tula, and Yaroslavl are also operational and awaiting final regulatoryconsents. Services in Krasnoyarsk and Samara will be commissioned during June and July.

“We expand our service area by another 6 million people with the inclusion of these additionalseven cities”, said Victor Ratnikov, Enforta’s General Director. “Enforta is pleased to nowoperate the largest wireless broadband ‘footprint’ in Russia covering a total of 25 regionalcapitals with over 50 million people. We are committed to continue our early lead in deployingpre-WiMAX and WiMAX technologies in the Russian market.”

Enforta also announced that it expects to begin deploying the new Alvarion ‘BreezeMax 5200’product upon obtaining final Russian certifications during Q3.

“Enforta is unique in operatingnetworks at both the 3.5 GHz and 5.2 GHz licensed frequencies”, said Lee Sparkman, Enforta’sPresident. “Enterprises will appreciate the high data throughput and stability of ‘BreezeMax5200’ solutions while consumers and small business will appreciate the simplicity of self-installedequipment supported by ‘BreezeMax 3500’.”

Enforta plans to begin services in an additional eight cities during the second half of 2007.

Enforta BV

Subscribe and receive the latest news from the industry.
Join 62,000+ members. Yes it's completely free.

You May Also Like