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Nokia modernises Mada’s microwave transport network in Kuwait

17 Jan 2023

Mada Communications, a Kuwaiti telecoms provider specialising in enterprise services, has chosen Nokia’s Wavence microwave solutions to modernise its transport network and offer enhanced experiences to its customers, a press release from the Finnish vendor announced. Under the deal, Nokia will replace Mada’s existing transport network to boost performance, simplify network operations and improve network economics, including reducing power consumption.

Nokia says its Wavence microwave portfolio includes innovative, compact, high-capacity ultra-broadband transceivers, designed to support service providers by providing superior quality wireless backhaul connectivity with high availability and reliability. It added that Wavence ‘supports the evolution of both backhaul and fronthaul with multi-gigabit capacity, low-latency characteristics and industry-leading RF output power for deployment flexibility.’ Rima Manna, VP, Middle East Market Unit at Nokia, said: ‘We look forward to helping Mada modernise its transport network to support advanced packet networking. We believe this project marks the beginning of a new and long-term association with Mada.’

Kuwait, Mada (Kuwait), Nokia

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