“Lan 1 is a great partner for our entry into the Australian market,” says Stuart Broome, CEO of Sub 10 Systems.
“They understand the market from the point of view of both the operator and the customer, and bring business and technical expertise as well as local market contacts and knowledge.”
In recent months Sub10 has been building a powerful network of distributors across the world. Lan 1 joins a network that includes Sideband Systems in the USA, Novatel in Turkey, SeamCom and Compart IT in Germany and Minerva in the Middle East.
“We are delighted to be partnering with the Sub 10 Systems and joining the fast growing team,” said Daniel Lee, founder and managing Director of Lan 1. “We see a big opportunity in Australia for both the Sub 10 Liberator and Dominator links.
“In City Centres and on business parks, the Liberator will offer operators and Enterprise customers a fast route to increased capacity at low cost,” said Lee.
“And, as the mobile operators plan the roll-out of their next generation networks, we expect to see plenty of interest in both the Liberator and the Dominator links.”
The Liberator wireless Ethernet bridge is the company’s first product and is designed primarily for short range deployments of up to 1600 metres in city centre and campus locations. The longer range Dominator link, operating in the E band, is scheduled to launch later this year.
Headquartered in Sydney, but with centres nationwide, Lan 1’s expertise in IP Networking and CCTV installations will help drive the use of Sub 10’s high bandwidth, cost effective point-to-point radio links.
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