Casa Systems, a provider of physical and cloud-native infrastructure technology solutions for mobile, cable and fixed networks, announced that they have been awarded a multi-year purchase contract from Verizon.
Casa Systems, a provider of physical and cloud-native broadband technology solutions for wireless, cable, and fixed networks, announced an exclusive agreement with Bell Canada to provide new 5G Sub-6 high-gain outdoor consumer premise equipment (CPE) for Bell’s wireless home internet service.
An Italian trial of 5G mmWave for fixed wireless has achieved a record 1Gbps over a distance of 6.5km.
Australian networking solutions provider NetComm Wireless has ceased to exist as an individual brand as of Monday, following the finalisation of its acquisition by Massachusetts-based converged broadband solutions company Casa Systems.
Australian networking solutions provider NetComm Wireless has launched the NTC-220, a new 4G LTE category-1 Industrial IoT router, that it claims will deliver "reliable and secure medium bandwidth connectivity" using available LTE networks.
NetComm Wireless director of Marketing and Communications Els Baert has told MWC 2019 in Barcelona that operators will need to deploy self-installation technology to deliver successful 5G fixed wireless services.
Australian networking solutions provider NetComm Wireless has agreed to be acquired by Massachusetts-based converged broadband solutions company Casa Systems for a price of A$161 million or A$1.10 per share in an all-cash transaction.
Networking solutions provider NetComm Wireless has launched 5G fixed wireless self-installation technology that it claims will reduce the time taken and cost incurred for operators to connect customers to ultra-fast broadband.
Networking solutions provider NetComm Wireless has launched a new self-install CAT 18 – 4G LTE Residential Gateway that it says will allow network operators to activate more fixed wireless customers faster and more cost effectively.
Networking solutions provider NetComm Wireless has extended its agreement with NBN Co, to supply reverse-powered distribution point units, known as High port count DPUs, to the company rolling out Australia's national broadband network, the NBN.
Listed networking solutions provider NetComm Wireless has turned around the business from a loss in 2017 to a profit of $8 million for the full-year 2018 on the back of a 69% revenue increase to $181.7 million.
Industrial Internet of Things developer NetComm Wireless has joined the Ericsson IoT accelerator to help in the adoption of Massive IoT, a solution devised by Ericsson to address the emerging low power wide area market.
NBN Co, the company building the national broadband network, is ramping up its planned fibre-to-the-curb footprint, with 440,000 more homes and businesses to receive the new technology.
Australian networking solutions provider NetComm Wireless will supply hardware for the rollout of fibre-to-the-distribution-point connections — what the NBN Co calls fibre-to-the-curb — to about a million premises, the company's chief executive Ken Sheridan says.
Listed communications firm NetComm Wireless has reported record revenues of $88.6 million for the six months to the end of December 2017.
NetComm Wireless is claiming the world’s fastest 4G LTE fixed wireless outdoor device with the launch of its next generation LTE Intelligent Fixed Wireless Access unit (IFWA-6xx) which will be used to deliver broadband to customers on the NBN.
NetComm Wireless is claiming a “world first” development of a Network Connection Device, and says it has secured its first customer — NBN Co — with the device to be used with the national broadband network fibre-to-the curb project.
NBN Co's Global Broadband Futures conference concluded yesterday with virtually every speaker telling a tale of mixed broadband technologies on the road to full fibre. Here's the rest of the videos.
Corning believes Netcomm's NDD-4100 distribution point unit, used in the NBN fibre-to-the-curb rollout, "infringes" on one of its newly obtained patents, but Netcomm Wireless believes the case is "lacking merit".
Australian wireless broadband equipment provider NetComm Wireless has secured an IoT Device Supply Agreement with Spain-based global telco Telefónica which it says extends its IoT reach to more than 2500 enterprises worldwide.
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