Main Products

Cambium Networks / Motorola

USA based Cambium Networks provides broadband wireless infrastructure solutions for service providers, industrial markets, and enterprises worldwide. The company currently has four million of its secure, resilient, and scalable access and transport products deployed in thousands of networks in more than 150 countries. Cambium Networks' ecosystem of partners, development engineers, and support teams work together to deliver relentless innovation and customer delight through forward-looking solutions that provide data, voice and video connectivity when and where it’s needed.

Os Bridge

OSBRiDGE Sp. z o.o., based in Poland, Europe, designs and manufactures a full suite of OSBRiDGE broadband wireless connectivity products. Our wireless bridges and routers enable high-performance, cost-effective wireless LAN/WAN communication solutions that have data rates over 100 Mbps and ranges up to 50 kilometres.

Since 2001, OSBRiDGE has provided over 50 thousand outdoor wireless installations worldwide in over 20 countries. Our customer base includes telecom carriers, WISPs, private entities and OEM partners. OSBRiDGE customers range from a small business running a point-to-point link to large commercial networks with over 3000 sites.

OSBRiDGE multipoint fixed broadband access products are based on high-performance radio and adaptive polling software, which allows unprecedented data throughput, flexibility, scalability, and security. For details, please refer to the product page.

Molex

Molex Premise Networks is part of Molex Incorporated, one of the world’s largest manufacturers of electronic and fiber optic interconnection products and systems, switches and application tooling and a subsidiary of Koch Industries Inc. Totally committed to meeting individual customer needs and anticipating new technology, the company continually reinvests in research at its 25 new development centers. Through 59 manufacturing facilities, 34 regional sales offices and thousands of distributor outlets across 6 continents, Molex continually demonstrates its ability to address customer requirements. Resourced with 33,000 highly skilled contributors focused on the design, development and supply of technology based solutions Molex drives global innovation.

Molex Premise Networks delivers IT infrastructure solutions which maximize performance, increase efficiency and strengthen IT security. Molex suite of Advanced Physical Layer Lifecycle Management products and services offer comprehensive support of IP infrastructure deployments, copper and fiber physical layer operations and full lifecycle management of layer one network investments. With over 30 years of experience in the design and delivery of quality structured cabling systems we showcase an impressive list of global customers.

Ruckus

Ruckus Wireless, Inc. (NYSE: RKUS) is a global supplier of carrier-class, Smart Wi-Fi products and technologies. Ruckus competes in the global market for mobile Internet infrastructure and enterprise wireless LAN systems. The company is credited with developing the industry's first adaptive Wi-Fi technology for carriers. Formed in June 2004, Ruckus is one of the fastest growing wireless technology companies in the world, experiencing rapid revenue growth. From 2009 to 2012, Ruckus realized a compound annual growth rate of 69% with revenues reaching $215 million in 2012 and Q3 2013 revenue of approximately $69 million.

Patented technologies integrated into Ruckus Smart Wi-Fi products enable unprecedented reliability, range, speed and scale of Wi-Fi services. These technologies uniquely focus and steer Wi-Fi signals by choosing the best performing paths and channels — adapting to environmental changes and mitigating interference, obstacles and obstructions that degrade Wi-Fi performance. Ruckus markets and manufactures a complete line of advanced indoor and outdoor wireless systems – ZoneFlex™ and SmartCell™ – for service provider and enterprise customers to support applications such as WLAN access, mobile data offload, public access, and managed wireless LAN services.

Ruckus has a large and diverse base of world-class service provider and enterprise customers including KDDI (Japan), The Cloud, a BSKYB company (UK), O2 Teléfonica (UK), Time Warner Cable (US), Oi (Brazil), PCCW (Hong Kong), Cincinnati Bell (US), Airtel Africa, China Telecom, Katoen Natie (Belgium), Vodafone (UK), SingTel (Singapore), Telstra, Cablevision, CenturyLink, Bright House Networks, Marriott, Fairmont Hotels, Marston’s PLC, City of San José, CA, Waterstones Book Stores, Le Pain Quotidien, and many more.

Aisai

Aisai Technologies Co., Ltd. (former Aisai Communication Technology Co., Ltd.) focus on the advanced communication technologies for innovated application development. As the high-speed digital network have been well established, how to fully utilise the bandwidth and how to benefit the end users becomes the priority issue for the equipment maker and telecom providers. With the foundation of the former Aisai Communication, who design and manufacture communication equipment for almost two decades, Aisai Technologies has all the communication knowledge, especially wireless and mobile technologies to fulfil the market demand.

Opterna Cables

Opterna is a US based opto-electronic global product company established in 1992 and has fully owned world class manufacturing facilities with sales and support offices in Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle East & Mexico. It has organically grown its business through a decade of product development covering a variety of market segments.

Besides a plethora of products offered, Opterna's growth strategy is focussed on design and develop of products and technology in the following segments:

  • Fiber management systems which organize the “optical plumbing” that is the core infrastructure of all modern wired and wireless communication networks including fast growing Fiber-to-the-“X” deployments and wireless tower backhaul upgrades.
  • Affordable and field deployable test & measurement equipment vital to the maintenance of the optical infrastructure.
  • Hybrid fiber and wireless gateways for end users that require the bandwidth capacity of fiber and the mobility of wireless.
  • Connectivity accessories and devices for home entertainment and data center equipment.

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