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Sloka telecom launches two BWA solutions

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VoicenData Bureau
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Sloka Telecom today announced release of two new product series

offering broadband wireless access solutions for ISPs and telecom

operators.

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The twin product range Emerald and Ruby offer wide coverage

Point-to-Multipoint (PMP) and long range Point-to-Point (PTP)

solutions based on WiFi 11n technology in the frequency range of

5.1-5.9 GHz which includes unlicensed spectrum of 5.8 GHz.

Emerald series consisting of base stations and Consumer Premise

Equipment (CPEs) is designed for broadband and telephony for retail

customers like residences and enterprises.

The second in line Ruby is meant for ISP backhaul and providing

leased-line to premium customers. Business engagement includes supply

of equipment to ISPs, network planning and deployment, and managed

services.

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Sloka’s Indigo EMS monitors and manages networks remotely giving

indication to the ISP if a subscriber does not get the guaranteed

throughput.

The biggest beneficiaries of Bangalore based Sloka Telecom’s new range would be ISPs who can roll out broadband and telephony networks

without having to purchase the expensive licensed spectrum.

Sloka Telecom,chief executing officer, Sujai Karampuri said, ‘The new product lines based on Wi-Fi 11n will allow small to medium ISPs to rollout broadband networks for a wider range of customers, from rural broadband and telephony to enterprise leased line. We are betting on WiFi 11n technology to provide reliable and viable network solutions in the near future’.

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The product line is also targeted for private network owners for

providing campus connectivity, video surveillance, and tele-schooling

projects.Solutions offered will enable the country to meet the target

of 175 million broadband connections by the year 2017.

As per TRAI guidelines and adoption of green policy in telecom sector,Sloka has developed unique architecture to make the radio units

compact, easy to install and requires power as low of a 60W bulb.

These can be installed on a pipe in rural villages and powered by

solar panels.

Sloka Telecom which received venture capital funding from the

Karnataka Information Technology Venture Capital Fund (KITVEN) last

year offers all-wireless solution as a package to ISPs to rollout a

broadband access network targeting residential and enterprise

customers in India.

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