Danske Telecom doubles size of fixed wireless network

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Cambridge Broadband to supply CPE and base stations

Danske Telecom has ordered a further 12 base stations and a substantial quantity of customer premises equipment units from fixed wireless access equipment vendor Cambridge Broadband. The new VectaStar shipments are a major expansion of the operator's nationwide network.
 
Danske Telecom has been using Cambridge Broadband's VectaStar 3500 equipment in the licensed 3.5GHz band for over two years. The company's CEO Peter Jerry Sorensen commented: "We originally selected the VectaStar equipment because of its unrivalled range, data rates and quality of service. Throughout the time we have been using VectaStar it
has continued to prove its superiority."
 
The Danske Telecom network offers a combination of ATM, E1 and IP services, primarily used by business, public and carrier customers. This new order will be used to expand geographical coverage as well as to add extra capacity as Danske Telecom's customer base continues to grow rapidly.
 
Peter Wharton, CEO of Cambridge Broadband, commented: "It is always our aim to maintain long-term relationships with our customers, and we have njoyed working with Danske Telecom over the last few years. This repeat order is a great  endorsement of how VectaStar continues to meet our customers' demanding requirements and outperform rival systems."
 
The financial details of this substantial equipment order have not been disclosed.

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