Monday, 17 October 2022 08:52

Streakwave introduces Tarana’s fixed wireless network in Australia


Wireless communication equipment distributor Streakwave and fixed wireless access technology company Tarana have partnered to leverage Tarana’s G1 platform for wireless internet service providers, managed service providers, and other multi-point wireless network operators in Australia.

Streakwave claims to be the first official distributor of Tarana G1 in Australia and Pacific Islands.

Capable of delivering connectivity in non-line-of-sight (NLoS) scenarios — which, Streakwave says is a major limitation of previous technologies — the G1 platform allows operators to expand their network scopes while remaining fast and less costly to deploy than fibre optics.

Streakwave says Tarana poured over a decade of research and development to its true interference cancellation in the 5GHz band.

Aside from unveiling the G1 platform, Tarana also plans to release 6GHz G1 radio models next year.

Tarana also introduced two additional 40-Megahertz carriers that double the network speeds of its platform.

It claims it can deliver up to 1.6Gbps of aggregate capacity per link.

“G1 is an excellent addition to our portfolio and the new generation of wireless technology. Tarana’s products are equipped with all of the capabilities needed for WISPs to deliver exceptional speed and range to customers, without the complexity of prior solutions,” said Streakwave CEO Davin Spunner.

“Streakwave’s commitment to enabling their customers with the latest wireless innovations is crucial for closing the digital divide. G1 will accelerate progress towards this all-important goal,” added Tarana CEO Basil Alwan.

Learn more about the partnership and how you can purchase Tarana G1 through Streakwave Australia at CommsConnect (Booth #53) in Melbourne from 18-20 October.

This first appeared in the subscription newsletter CommsWire on  14 October  2022.

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