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September, 2011: Best Network Infrastructure Vendor Awards

The Telecoms World Middle East is an annual event recognizing the outstanding achievements of leading organizations which have positively contributed to the development of the telecoms industry in the Middle East.

Alloyant Wireless Technologies has been shortlisted in the "Best Network Infrastructure Vendor" category, alongside such vendors as BT, Ciena and Ericsson. The awards will take place on 4 October 2011, at Jumeirah Emirates Towers, Dubai, UAE.

 
 
 
January, 2011 - 4th-Generation BWA Network in Northern Iraq

Alloyant Wireless Technologies / PCW have just deployed a carrier-class point to multipoint mobile wireless network in Northern Iraq. The network supports voice, data, mobility and SMS. Alloyant / PCW supplied the 4G systems, backhaul, and core network solutions.

The network is capable of mobile and fixed data, voice, and short message services, and is equipped to handle 15,000 subscribers in the first phase. The deal is valued at $ 3 million..

 
 
 
Article: The Future is Hybrid

Many technologies have been invented, and all have pros and cons. The current trend however is to combine classic designs into hybrids - and the results are great.

From cars to energy to telecommunications to everything else, hybrid is the way of the future...

 
 
 
Article: Wi-Fi as a Carrier-Class Access Solution?

Many vendors advertising "carrier-class wireless equipment" may actually be selling a Beetle disguised as a tank.

Here's an article on this...

 
 
 
Article: We Want Voice!

New broadband wireless technologies are all focused on speed - it is supposed to be broadband, after all. But in doing that, many technologies have neglected the fact that narrowband applications such as telephony are a major part of real-life traffic that is carried on telecommunications networks.

The result is that by focusing on one and forgetting the other, the overall efficiency is severely compromised. Here's a small article on that reality...