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Seeking advice on broadband connectivity for voice, video, and HSIA

By Toni Bowers ·
A CIO Issues subscriber working in a third-world country is considering delivery broadband connectivity for triple play (voice, video, and HSIA). He is dealing with infrastructure gaps and the high cost of acquiring the technology. He's looking at WiMax/WiFi OR fibre/ADSL for intra connectivity and would like any feedback?pros and cons?on these technologies, as well as providers they can work with in the areas of head end switching and content.

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Read this link

by Naser In reply to Seeking advice on broadba ...

Read this link, it has a great advices, i'm located in one of those thrid-world countries (North Africa), and i really took this link as startup guide and i found it great, try it and let me know:

http://techrepublic.com.com/i/tr/downloads/home/10_things_about_satellite_broadband.pdf

Best Regards,

Naser

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Alvarion may be who you want to talk to.

by drewznot In reply to Read this link

Alvarion, Ltd. ( http://www.alvarion.com/ ) offers wireless broadband connectivity solutions and cellular networks to telecom carriers, cellular operators, service providers and regional carriers, and private network operators worldwide. Its products provide broadband data and voice services for subscribers in the 'last mile' of connectivity, as well as for feeding cellular networks and for creating cellular network extensions and compact cellular networks. The company also offers a range of integrated wireless broadband solutions operating in licensed and license-free bands ranging from 450 MHz to 26 GHz. Alvarion?s products are used in a point-to-multipoint architecture and address residences and small offices, home office markets, small and medium enterprises, and multitenant units/multidwelling units. Its cellular networks serve various end-users and applications, including residential cellular users; governmental, homeland security, and disaster relief agencies; and travel/leisure companies. The company sells its products directly, as well as through a network of original equipment manufacturers, distributors, systems integrators, and resellers. It has strategic relationships with Siemens, Alcatel, Nera, and Lucent. Alvarion was incorporated in 1992. It was formerly known as BreezeCOM, Ltd. and changed its name to Alvarion, Ltd. in 2001. The company is headquartered in Tel Aviv, Israel.

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