Intracom Telecom launched its OmniMAX product
Date: Mon, 06/08/2009 - 18:09
Intracom Telecom, a part of Sitronics, announced the launching of its advanced WiMAX solution under the brand name OmniMAX. The company featured a live demonstration of its newest product at its booth at the WiMAX Forum Global Congress, last 2-3 June 2009 in Amsterdam
OmniMAX is an innovative high-end WiMAX access solution enabling broadband wireless services to fixed, nomadic, portable and mobile end users. The system is ideal for incumbent and green-field operators facilitating fast time to market delivery of advanced and personalized services with guaranteed performance and tightly controlled CapEx.
OmniMAX operates in the 2.3 - 2.7 GHz and 3.3 - 3.8 GHz frequency bands and is fully compliant with IEEE 802.16e-2005 and WiMAX Forum Wave-II Certification requirements. Furthermore, the reduced system power consumption offers a green differentiation to operators that embrace the OmniMAX product.
"INTRACOM TELECOM, through its new OmniMAX platform, is taking a solid step forward in becoming a leading vendor of this exciting broadband wireless technology" said Mr. Alexandros Manos, CEO of INTRACOM TELECOM. "The high performance features of this WIMAX product, in combination with its unparalleled flexibility and cost effectiveness make it an ideal solution for operators aiming to deploy their networks in varying environments with minimal investment risk."
INTRACOM TELECOM has been involved in the evolution of WiMAX since its very first steps. Over the last few years, the company has been investing both in the development of technical expertise and service delivery capability to play a leading role in the deployment of the WiMAX technology and its full integration with the current and Next Generation Networks.
OmniMAX is composed of an Indoor unit (IDU) that has a leading capacity of 3 protected MIMO sectors using only a 1U form factor and a high power radio Outdoor unit (ODU) with beamforming capability. OmniMAX supports advanced antenna system (AAS) techniques; Maximal Ratio Combining (MRC), 2x2 MIMO-A for link robustness and MIMO-B for increased capacity.
Each Base Station unit will be available in either optical or electrical OBSAI interface variants. The compact design, in combination with the very low power dissipation of the system and the IDU-ODU interface flexibility, creates an attractive offering for the operator who requires optimization of site OpEx and backhauling costs.