RACOM is pleased to announce yet another success story for RAy2, latest microwave point-to-point link. Worldwide telecommunication company selected RAy2 as a standard network solution.
RAy2, the state-of-the-art, full outdoor radio met all the requirements to be listed as the standard license-free solution for the 10, 17 and 24 GHz links of major Telco operator in the Czech Republic. Links are deployed in cooperation with partner companies NHK Solutions and SUPTel — DISK.
To date, hundreds of links have been installed on dozens of sites within the Czech Republic; the network is continuously growing. Commissioning confirms customer’s expectations: RAy2 provides excellent reliability and is also appreciated for its remote diagnostic and monitoring system, allowing an immediate overview of network status.
The customer is one of the world’s largest telecommunication companies providing a wide range of services including voice, messaging, data and fixed broadband. It has some 450 millions mobile and fixed customers across the globe. Company business is split across two geographic regions – Europe, and Africa, Middle East and Asia Pacific (AMAP)
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