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Inseego's 5G outdoor mmWave CPE receives worldwide approvals

Thursday 10 June 2021 | 15:11 CET | News
Inseego announced that its Inseego Wavemaker Pro 5G outdoor CPE FW2010e has received regulatory approvals in markets worldwide. The FW2010e delivers multi-gigabit speeds over wireless networks, without the need to dig up streets or lay fibre optic cable for last-mile connectivity. 

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Companies: Inseego
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