Alvarion has unveiled a new product that complements the company’s current BreezeNET B family of point-to-point solutions, called BreezeNET B300. The new offering is a high capacity point-to-point backhaul solution that delivers aggregated net throughput of up to 250 Mbps and designed for license-exempt and public safety frequency bands.
Avinoam Barak, president of the wireless network division of Alvarion said, “BreezeNET B300 is a perfect complement to our existing portfolio of industry leading wireless broadband solutions. Alvarion is delivering this solution to the market to support its partners and customers with the growing demand for broadband connectivity among all market segments.”
Reducing network overhead and improving quality of service (QoS), the BreezeNET B300 solution is ideal for high bandwidth applications and supports these application with advanced interference mitigation techniques and enhanced networking capabilities. The offering can reach more than 60 kilometers (37.2 miles) and includes premium networking features for end-to-end broadband wireless solutions. According to Alvarion, its BreezeNET B product family for license-exempt wireless point-to-point bridging solutions, offers both efficient as well as secure connectivity solutions for a variety of applications (covering the 4.9 GHz and 5 GHz frequency bands) and is ideal for enterprise and municipal wireless connectivity applications, leased line replacement, video surveillance, IP telephony, disaster recovery and backhaul services between remote locations.
The BreezeNET B product family features simple deployment with adaptive modulation and automatic transmit power control (ATPC), management and maintenance. The family also features wireless link prioritization for enhanced video transmission and also secure AES, WEP and FIPS, says company.
“The solution was designed to enable a rapid network build-out with a lower upfront investment to increase the ROI, said Barack. As part of Alvarion’s strategy to strengthen its position in carrier and vertical markets, this product enhances our portfolio and allows Alvarion and its partners to provide an end to end wireless solution to the end users.”
More about Avinoam Barak, president of the wireless network division of Alvarion
Mr. Avinoam Barak joined Alvarion at the end of 2005 and was appointed President of the Broadband Wireless Access Division in January 2006. In the 5 years prior to joining Alvarion, Mr. Barak served as General Manager of the Networking Business Unit in Radvision. Prior to joining Radvision, he served as a Communication Systems Business Unit Manager at MLM, a division of Israel Aircraft Industries, as well as various senior engineering and project management positions. Mr. Barak earned a B.Sc. degree in Computer Engineering from the Technion Israel Institute for Technology and an MBA in Information Systems and Finance from Bar Ilan University.