IPWireless scores 700 MHz network deal

IPWireless announced that Public Service Wireless (PSW) is deploying a high-speed wireless Internet network in the 700 MHz band utilizing IPWireless' platform to enable the operator to bring high-speed Internet access to its subscribers and enhance network coverage and capacity across central and southwest Georgia.

IPWireless' TD-CDMA solution is upgradeable to LTE and is also being deployed in the New York City Wireless Network (NYCWiN), and in the neighboring South Georgia Regional Information Technology Authority (SGRTIA) network.

"We selected IPWireless' end-to-end LTE platform for our deployment based on their proven performance, support for a range of end user devices and ability to support multiple LTE designated spectrum bands, including the entire 700 MHz spectrum band, 2.5 GHz and AWS," Kelly Bond, president of PSW said in a press release. "IPWireless' ability to support a number of frequencies will allow us to maximize our spectrum assets and enables our users to seamlessly roam between neighboring SGRITA's 700 MHz network, future networks deployed in 700MHz, and eventually onto other commercially deployed LTE networks."

For more:
- see this release

Related articles:
Sony, IPWireless collaborate on 4G services
IPWireless private again and evangelizing TD-CDMA again
IPWireless Secures $15.5 Million in Funding
IPWireless makes two deals for TD-CDMA in 700MHz band

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