Mimosa Networks has announced that Wabash Communications has selected the company´s wireless broadband solutions for a network-wide upgrade, the company said.
With over 6,000 subscribers, the Ohio-based company is augmenting its network with Mimosa´s backhaul, access and client devices to address increasing broadband demands and opportunities from its customers.
Wabash has deployed Mimosa´s portfolio of B5 backhaul radios, A5 access devices and C5 client devices in its network and expects to expand its Mimosa deployments across most of its towers by year-end. As the initial tower installations increased in number, Wabash embraced Mimosa´s cloud-based Design Tool which handles complex network designs and provides more detailed and accurate results for the coverage area.
Wabash customers now enjoy sufficient bandwidth to accommodate both online gaming and video streaming for residential customers, and high-speed business applications, including those of local farmers and small businesses in the area.
Mimosa Networks is the global technology provider of wireless broadband solutions, creating new competition in the industry to close the connectivity gap. Mimosa access, backhaul and client solutions enable service providers to connect dense urban and hard-to-reach rural homes at a fraction of the cost of fiber. Mimosa´s technology allows unprecedented levels of efficiency, enabling scarce spectrum to be concurrently shared across an entire network. Founded in 2012, Mimosa is VC-funded and deployed in over 155 countries worldwide. For more information, visit www.mimosa.co.
Wabash Communications, a subsidiary of Wabash Mutual Telephone company, is a, local communications company providing wireless Internet service and solutions to homes and businesses in Mercer County, Ohio, and the surrounding area. With a mission to remain a cutting-edge provider, Wabash continues to adopt ever-advancing technology and grow in rural America. For more information, visit www.wabash.com.