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01 June 2016

- New customers given simple route to refresh legacy PMP networks with the latest carrier-grade VectaStar technology

- Up to $500 trade-in credit available for each legacy PMP outdoor unit (ODU) migrated to VectaStar

- Program runs from 1 June 2016 – 1 September 2016

CBNL has today launched their 2016 PMP trade-in and modernisation program that provides new customers with a simple and cost effective route to modernise legacy PMP networks.

Under the program, new CBNL customers can earn up to $500 trade-in credit for each legacy PMP ODU they migrate to the latest VectaStar technology.

06 April 2016

- First deployments of CBNL’s 39GHz solution open up potential of millimeter wave to transform last mile capacity in every US major city

- Launch coincides with opening of live VectaStar demo network in New York

CBNL has today announced the launch of its 39GHz VectaStar variant – broadening the platform into millimeter wave. As spectrum becomes an increasingly scarce resource, CBNL’s new solution unlocks the huge potential of millimeter wave to offer a more efficient route to transform last mile throughput to multiple Gigabits per second (Gbps).

16 February 2016

- Densification and maximising existing assets will play a vital part of operators’ strategies

Densification and maximising existing infrastructure will be essential in tackling capacity issues and progressing towards 5G, according to industry experts from EE, Telefonica Europe, CBNL, Small Cell Forum, Real Wireless and Strategy Analytics. 

With global mobile data traffic expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 57 per cent from 2014 to 2019, operators are under tremendous pressure to increase capacity.

As they search for solutions, executives from some of the world’s leading telecoms companies came together to discuss how to address customer requirements and prepare for 5G.

22 January 2016

- Detroit businesses offered cost-effective and quick installation of high-speed fixed wireless through 123Net’s pioneering licensed point-to-multipoint network

CBNL has announced that 123Net, one of Michigan’s largest telecommunications and internet service providers, is using CBNL’s VectaStar solution to offer carrier-grade connectivity in Detroit.

As a result, Detroit businesses can expand quickly and cost-effectively their network capacity and reach.

13 January 2016

CBNL and VSAT deploy wireless infrastructure for ground-breaking smart city transportation system in Rzeszow, Poland - Latest smart city initiative from CBNL and VSAT enhances speed and safety of public and emergency transportation

CBNL and transmissions systems integrator VSAT System s.j, have today announced their leading role in delivering a new Data Transmission Platform for the Intelligent Transport System (ITS) to enhance smart city capabilities in Rzeszow, Poland.

The network marks the latest project between CBNL and VSAT System, whose collaboration has put Rzeszow at the forefront of smart city innovation.