Carriers Require High Performance, Resilient & Reliable Solutions
international Carriers and Service providers are no strangers to Strix
Systems. Many have, such as Korea Telecom (KT) and NTT West, both
considered the largest service providers in the world, are partners in
the deployment of Strix Access/One products to hundreds of thousands of
customers. Strix works with NTT West and it's partner Network Value
Components (NVC) to deploy enterprise-scale networks using Strix's
Access/One OWS and IWS modular mesh products to provide voice, video,
and data services in both indoor and outdoor settings. KT and it's
partners Hyundai HDS and Strix distributor Broadwave, have taken the
the first steps with installations at the award-winning Westin Chosun
Hotel Busan beachfront hotel in Busan, Korea and surrounding areas.
|Strix Systems WiFi Mesh and WiMAX enables footprint for large-scale service providers and Carrier deployments
West is leveraging Strix’s OWS and IWS to deliver broadband wireless
voice, video, and data services corporate enterprise customers in Japan
while in the future this may include public safety, emergency services,
and related applications.
Strix solution is unique with respect to international deployments in
Japan due to support of the 802.11j protocol which addresses the need
for a high-performance mesh solution for use throughout Japan, where
802.11a is prohibited outdoor. Additionally, Strix’s optimized antenna
technology provides the greatest reach and coverage, allowing NTT West
to provide bridging between rural villages
while delivering the highest performance, multi-service networking to these locations.
Watanabe, President, NVC – "NTT West has flexible options for networks
designing because Strix products has modular architecture and provide
customized configuration with optimized networks. Also, high
performance wireless mesh with multi-hop is realized by only Strix
based on Japanese regulation. 802.11j or future WiMAX modules can
create simplified network architecture and cost effective solutions."
NESPOT began services in February 2002 and has deployed approximately
27,000 access points at 12,000 sites, including universities, banks,
airports, and transportation terminals, and has gained more than
KT chose Strix
Access/One for it's ability to extend the high-speed NESPOT service
area beyond its current limits and to offer a variety of wireless
network services such as VoIP, surveillance, and sensor applications.
While in many cases high-speed wired internet access is available as an
amenity for many enterprises and hotel rooms indoor, the Strix IWS and
OWS offer resilient roaming and mobility that the wired internet cannot
“The Strix OWS will help
users enjoy seamless wireless internet access whether they are indoors
or outdoors,” said Kim Leesu, NESPOT Business Team Manager at KT Corp.
“Starting from the beach hotel, we’ll deploy Strix wireless mesh
networks in other hotels as well as in the nearby airport.”
Korean market has begun to be impressed with the seamless roaming, free
mobility, and other benefits that mesh networks can offer,” said Henry
Jung, Marketing Director, Broadwave.
chose Strix because its performance and reliability have been proven
worldwide, and we expect the installation at the Westin Chosun Hotel
Busan will lead to the deployment of Strix mesh networks in other