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To meet the insatiable need for more and more bits per second in the world we live in, the wireless ecosystem turned to the only spectrum that is capable of delivering on the gigabit promise -...

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Posted by David Sumi
Technology, General
on October 15, 2019

Don’t get caught with your network down: Video Surveillance using mmWave for connectivity will extend your Surveillance network quickly and on budget!

Is your network crying out for bandwidth?...

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Posted by Shiri Butnaru
Smart Cities, Residential
on October 03, 2019

Delivering true broadband services in rural areas of the U.S. has been an age-old and seemingly intractable problem.  It’s once again in the news with the FCC’s recent authorization of almost...

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Posted by Shiri Butnaru
Rural, Business Broadband
on August 27, 2019

It’s a Gigabit World and not just for business. Consumers are part of the push and are demanding gigabit connections to support bandwidth intensive applications such as 4k or even 8k video,...

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Posted by David Sumi
Smart Cities, Gigabit Wireless Access
on July 02, 2019

Smart Cities and 5G are all the rage in the press today. But what is a Smart city? What is 5G and how does it play into the future of these cities we blithely call “Smart?” Which of the “32...

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Posted by David Sumi
Smart Cities
on June 03, 2019

Since the beginning of wireless there has been a hard and fast trade-off between capacity and range. The further a wireless connection can go, the less data it can support and vice versa. Today’s...

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Posted by David Sumi
Technology, Business Broadband
on March 14, 2019

Fixed Wireless Access, FWA, has been around for a while, as noted in previous blogs. For the past 5 to 10 years the majority of fixed wireless access (FWA) deployments and market share has been...

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Posted by David Sumi
Technology, Gigabit Wireless Access
on November 21, 2018

At Siklu we are going to break existing paradigms and illustrate how to provide 10Gbps Full Duplex connections using E-band for distances up to 6 miles.

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Posted by Boris Maysel
Technology, Business Broadband
on November 01, 2018

Part One of our Fixed Wireless Success in the Residential Market reviewed past efforts to deliver to the market cost competitive solutions with an acceptable ROI. In Part Two we will investigate...

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Posted by David Sumi
Smart Cities, Residential, Gigabit Wireless Access
on October 29, 2018

While 5G Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) receives a new round of attention from the community - carriers, vendors, and analysts, the issues it will need to resolve are much older. Prior to 5G, fixed...

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Posted by David Sumi
Smart Cities, Residential, Gigabit Wireless Access
on October 22, 2018

Wireless Internet Service Providers have long had a role in connecting homes and business. For over 20 years WISPs have been serving a portion of the market that does not have access to...

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Posted by David Sumi
General
on October 01, 2018

There was a time when my ISDN connection had all the throughput I needed. Two voice plus data got me 144kbps, well fast enough for my email and web browsing. Fast forward to Netlfix shifting to a...

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Posted by David Sumi
General
on August 16, 2018

BRYONY BARNES, Marketing Expert at Purdicom - July 23, 2018 - Have you ever forgotten your phone when you’ve left the house, and felt utterly lost without it? It isn’t that surprising, considering...

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Posted by BRYONY BARNES
Business Broadband
on July 23, 2018

In the old days, outdoor fixed wireless access (FWA) was primarily used for one simple yet powerful application – point to point (PTP) cell site backhaul. As cellular technology improved and...

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Posted by David Sumi
Gigabit Wireless Access
on July 11, 2018

Consumer expectations for Internet access and entertainment in the home have evolved over the years, and so has last mile access technology to meet those demands.  However, in many ways for the...

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Posted by David Sumi
General
on June 12, 2018

Millimeter waves were all over the news in the past year. U.S. major carriers: AT&T and Verizon, backed by major system and chip vendors, are definitely leading the trend and the technology proof...

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Posted by Boris Maysel
General, Gigabit Wireless Access
on January 11, 2018

Plug YOUR numbers in and get the ROI YOU need to deliver Gigabit to the home services.

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Posted by Boris Maysel
Business Broadband
on November 15, 2017

There are close to 126 million households in the US, out of which 106 million have some form of broadband. FCC reports have found that about three-quarters of the country's developed census blocks...

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Posted by Boris Maysel
Smart Cities, Residential, Gigabit Wireless Access
on October 31, 2017

Nowhere is broadband internet's last-mile problem more clearly exemplified than in Multiple-Dwelling Units (MDUs). Not surprisingly, the FCC issued a notice of inquiry particularly about broadband...

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Posted by Boris Maysel
Smart Cities, Residential, Gigabit Wireless Access
on September 18, 2017
Wireline broadband service providers are under heavy pressure: First,  20% of Americans have cut their cable subscriptions to watch television on streaming services such as Netflix. These... Read more
Posted by Boris Maysel
Technology, Business Broadband, Gigabit Wireless Access
on August 28, 2017

Why you don’t need to spend $5B like Verizon for 5G mmWave spectrum licenses

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Posted by Boris Maysel
Smart Cities, Gigabit Wireless Access
on August 09, 2017

You might be thinking that the only way to speed up hybrid fiber-wireless networks is to expand the capacity of the wireless link. It turns out that’s just one option. A consortium of innovative...

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Posted by Yigal Leiba
Technology, Gigabit Wireless Access
on July 11, 2017

Implementing a wireless surveillance system at a temporary, large-scale event can be a tricky endeavor. Anytime thousands of people congregate in a single location with their mobile devices and...

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Posted by Alex Doorduyn
Business Broadband, Gigabit Wireless Access
on June 20, 2017

Who would you expect such a reaction from? Probably a rich, techie tycoon, or at the very least a gaming geek? As a vendor that serves many ISP’s, I can testify that only a handful of premium...

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Posted by Izik Kirshenbaum
Smart Cities, Residential, Business Broadband
on May 04, 2017

33% of your customers are going to leave you for a service provider that delivers higher speeds[1].

So delivering gigabit services to all of your customers, including the single family homes, is a...

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Posted by Boris Maysel
Residential
on April 18, 2017

It wasn’t too long ago that security professionals were skeptical about installing a wireless surveillance network when a traditional fiber network was not an option. They would often cast doubt...

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Posted by Alex Doorduyn
General
on March 21, 2017

The first science experiment with millimeter waves occurred in 1897, conducted by Indian scientist Jagadish Chandra Bose. He conducted trials to measure different properties of materials, actually...

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Posted by Boris Maysel
General
on February 27, 2017

While 5G specifications are still in process and in fact won’t be complete until 2020, there is plenty to start thinking about today.

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Posted by Yigal Leiba
Technology
on January 30, 2017

Smart City Enhanced parking lot security can provide us with peace of mind while we shop, travel, work or visit a business. Video surveillance networks and emergency phones in parking lots are...

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Posted by Alex Doorduyn
Smart Cities, Residential
on January 05, 2017

Why should 5GHz & 60GHz team up? It’s all about the customer experience.

Growing capacity demands? Always on access? That’s what consumers expect to get, and 5GHz Wi-Fi is gearing up to provide....

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Posted by Danny BenSimhon
General
on September 26, 2016

 

I’m about to tell you why millimeter waves are the best thing since sliced bread: how they provide high capacity, are immune to interference and suitable for dense deployment and no, you don’t...

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Posted by Boris Maysel
on November 02, 2015

Continuing my previous post that was an introduction to millimeter waves, I want to go deeper into the 3 major differences between E-Band and V-Band frequencies:

1. E-Band gives you protection...

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Posted by Boris Maysel
Technology
on February 02, 2015