Claims to deliver connectivity in 3.3-3.8GHz licensed frequency bands
The Enterprise Mobility Solutions business unit of Motorola has added the PMP 320 wireless broadband access network offering to its point-to-multipoint (PMP) wireless broadband portfolio.
The company claims that the new offering provides network operators secure wireless connectivity based on 802.16e standards, accelerating deployment time and reducing infrastructure costs. The PMP 320 fixed licensed outdoor access offering delivers connectivity in the 3.3-3.8GHz licensed frequency bands, enabling customers to leverage their existing licenses for fixed wireless broadband connectivity.
According to Motorola, the PMP 320 features all-outdoor integrated radios and standards-based servers and does not require specialised gateways, routers or servers. It delivers offerings for operators holding licenses in three different frequency ranges, 3.3-3.4GHz, 3.4-3.6GHz and 3.6-3.8GHz and supports standard WiMAX QoS profiles, is interoperable with WiMAX 802.16e CPEs and uses AAA/ RADIUS servers for authentication.
Tim Mason, senior director for wireless network solutions at Motorola Enterprise Mobility Solutions, said: Motorola’s PMP 320 provides a reliable and secure connectivity solution that enables network operators and enterprise customers to leverage standards-based technology. Robust, standards-based networks deliver a new level of business agility for both public and private network operators.
The PMP 320 wireless broadband access network offering is expected to be available worldwide through Motorola sales and channel partners in the fourth quarter of 2009.