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Millenium Telecom selects Airspan for 4G network deployment

Thursday 31 May 2012 | 06:00 CET | News
US-based provider of broadband wireless access networks Airspan Networks has been selected by Central African Republic mobile operator Millenium Telecom Centrafrique for a 4G mobile deployment. The initial deployment is focused on delivering mobile 4G data services to approximately 1,000 users in Bangui, the capital of CAR. Subsequent phases will expand service to 10,000 consumer and corporate users throughout the city. Using Airspan's Air4G macro cell, the deployment incorporates a selection of user devices including long-range outdoor, self-install indoor, and USB devices.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Airspan Networks / Millenium Telecom Centrafrique
Countries: Central African Republic
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