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Broadlink (Pty) Ltd is a subsidiary of Wireless Business Solutions Holdings offering a last mile telecoms alternative through the use of licensed microwave technology.
MetroNet from Broadlink is a high speed fixed line alternative for organisations seeking dedicated and guaranteed links between sites.
MetroNet utilises licensed, dedicated fixed-wireless point-to-point wireless technology. Boasting high throughput and quality service. MetroNet is scalable and can be used for both primary links as well as secondary links in order to fulfill certain redundancy requirements.
ArrayComm, Inc. is the world leader in smart antenna technology.
ArrayComm's patented IntelliCell technology – based on fully adaptive smart antennas – creates dedicated personal cells of voice or data for wireless subscribers.
ArrayComm licenses IntelliCell technology to manufacturers and improves the cost, coverage and capacity of any personal communications system. It is installed in more than 150,000 IntelliCell-equipped base stations worldwide, serving more than 10 million people.
IntelliCell technology is also the key ingredient of ArrayComm's innovative iBurst Personal Broadband System – the only wireless Internet access system that offers the freedom of mobility with the high speed of DSL at consumer pricing.
ArrayComm was founded in 1992 and has more than 250 patents issued or pending worldwide.
Founded in 1991 and headquartered in Alameda, California, UTStarcom is a leading global provider of wireless and wireline access and IP switching solutions. The company designs, manufactures, sells, and installs an integrated suite of future-ready access network and next-generation switching solutions.
UTStarcom's products provide a seamless migration from wireline to wireless, from narrowband to broadband, and from circuit- to packet-based networks by employing 'Next Generation Network Technology. Now'
The company's customers include public telecommunications service providers that operate wireless and wireline voice and data networks in rapidly growing communications markets around the world.
UTStarcom is providing iBurst with its industry-leading Packet Data Serving Node (PDSN), which serves as a gateway into the operator's IP network for mobile subscribers. The PDSN exchanges IP packets with the subscriber's wireless modem over the radio network and with Internet protocol (IP) networks, and provides subscriber authentication and billing functions.
The Kyocera group consists of Kyocera Corporation, 145 subsidiaries and 16 affiliates.
Founded in 1959 as a company specialising in the production of fine ceramic components, Kyocera has expanded its' business by effectively developing and applying its ceramics knowledge to new technologies.
Today, the group is a leading supplier of solar energy systems, telecommunications equipment, semiconductor packages, electronic components, cameras, laser printers, copiers and industrial ceramics.
Kyocera has been co-developing next-generation base stations with ArrayComm since 1998 and is one of iBurst's suppliers of iBurst base stations and user terminals.
iBurst is affiliated to iBurst Africa
iBurst Africa has offices in Ghana, Mozambique, DRC, Kenya and a head office in South Africa. iBurst Africa uses international technology to deliver mobile broadband internet services in Africa. iBurst Africa has been operational as a wireless internet service provider in Ghana since 2007 and are rapidly expanding in Africa with imminent deployments to take place in five other African countries in 2009.