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Pelephone selects Siklu mmWave for mobile network backhaul

Thursday 3 September 2020 | 16:51 CET | News
Israeli operator Pelephone has selected Siklu to migrate lower capacity microwave backhaul links to much-higher capacity Gigabit mmWave equipment. With an initial roll out of 250 E Band links replacing existing microwave systems, Pelephone started with gigabit connections and a roadmap to multi gigabit as 5G is deployed. Not only are the E band radios faster but they will end up being cheaper as well. 

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Pelephone / Siklu
Countries: Israel
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