Montreal, CANADA – November 18, 2016 – Advantech Wireless, a global leader for Satellite and Microwave broadband communications solutions, announced today that it has received new orders for its Transcend™ 800 microwave systems from several global customers. Advantech Wireless customers from North America and the EMEA Regions have chosen Transcend 800 for its versatility to support different applications. The Transcend 800 capabilities are helping Advantech Wireless customers to build country wide systems for TV broadcast integrated distribution and contribution, State of the art Government Microwave Networks, specialized Military Networks and private high capacity IP Microwave Networks. The common denominator for all these applications is the requirement for proven high reliability operation in very demanding environments.
“Advantech Wireless’ equipment design, manufacturing and delivery processes pay close attention to our customer’s needs, creating systems that are specialized for particular applications, fully secure and advanced in reliability, while simultaneously maintaining leadership in providing lower operational and support costs,” said Jamil Joseph, Director Sales EMEA for Advantech Wireless. “For our regional customers in EMEA we leverage our experience in delivering high quality Video and IP-based networking equipment to meet their specific needs in security and quality, and provide a clear path for seamless integration with their existing networks.”
The Transcend 800 carries native Video, IP and TDM traffic, where traffic is combined directly in the radio frame. This is a critical feature for demanding customers because the typical alternative — encapsulating video & TDM traffic over Ethernet – has negative system and performance implications. The Transcend 800 Microwave Radio from Advantech Wireless is an affordable high capacity, high performance and flexible solution for demanding transmission, telecom and broadcast applications. It is available in either split-mount or all-indoor configurations and operates in RF bands ranging from 5 GHz to 42 GHz.