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Denmark’s first WiMAX network built

20 Jun 2007

Danish broadband operator Butlernetworks has built Denmark’s first national wireless broadband network using equipment from Israeli vendor Alvarion. Butlernetworks’ WiMAX offering targets small and medium enterprises (SMEs) as well as large corporations and has already connected over 1,000 businesses. The infrastructure is built with Alvarion’s BreezeAccess VL WiMAX kit which lets technicians access information and file reports from the field. It features non-line-of-sight operation, a range of more than 30km and maximum capacity of 54Mbps, and is suitable for providing triple-play services for both business and residential subscribers.

Denmark, Alvarion, Butlernetworks

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