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Innovative wireless bridge kit customer application & success stories - AIRAYA products are used in service provider and wireless ISP, education, enterprise, government, public safety, and healthcare installations worldwide. The following are examples of successful deployments using AIRAYA outdoor wireless bridges.

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Service Provider (Wireless ISP)
N. California, USA
Problem - Needed additional capacity in order to support expanding 2.4GHz wireless customer base. Solution - Upgraded ORINOCO 802.11B 2.4GHz backhaul links to multiple AI108-150's in order to increase systemwide backbone capacity to more than 20Mbps. 802.11B bridges operating as live back-up.
Service Provider (Wireless ISP)
S. California, USA
Problem - Interference and capacity issues in 2.4 GHz limiting potential growth of Wireless ISP. Solution - Upgraded Cisco 350 802.11B 2.4 GHz backhaul link to AI108-050, increasing backbone capacity by more than 5 times. Kept 802.11B bridge operating as live back-up.
Service Provider
New York, USA
Problem - How to extend T1 circuits between two buildings across the street from each other. Solution - Installing AI108-1-050 link with Engage Communications IP Tube (IP Mux)product to extend circuit without going through the local ILEC.
Service Provider (Wireless ISP)
Bahamas
Problem - How to distribute fast and affordable backhaul for Motorola Canopy multi-point deployment in 5.8GHz. Solution - Installed AI108-1-300 between NOC and tower site, providing required capacity.
Service Provider (Wireless ISP)
Norway
Problem - Needed to connect two mountain top sites across a valley with high speed data link. Solution - Installed AI108-1-150 backhaul link between sites more than 5 miles apart. 34Mbps TCP/IP data rate and 50Mbps UDP data rate.
Service Provider
Canada
Problem - How to build a robust, high-speed backhaul system in order to distribute bandwith to their tower sites cost-effectively. Solution - Deploying multiple AI108 links to facilities as high-speed wireless backhaul.
Service Provider
Russia
Problem - Needed localized, fast and affordable 802.11A solution for providing backhaul to ISP customers throughout eastern Europe. Solution - Partnered with AIRAYA to develop a version of the AI108 that is localized in the Russian language, providing the benefits of the AI108 bridge line with a Russian-language web configuration/utility interface.
Service Provider
Texas, USA
Problem - Needed to replace low speed 802.11B link with high-capacity 5GHz in support of expanded voice and data services. Solution - Deployed the AI108-150 to increase backbone capacity. 802.11B bridge still in operation as back-up for primary AI108 link.
Service Provider (Utility Company)
Oregon, USA
Problem - Customer access to high-speed data not available to rural communities. Solution - AIRAYA partnered with the utility company to allow them a fast and affordable wireless alternative for locations where wireleline options were cost-prohibitie of just not feasible.
Service Provider (Wireless ISP)
New Mexico, USA
Problem - Needed additional capacity in order to support expanding 2.4GHz wireless customer base. Solution - Installed AI108-4 backhaul links in order to increase systemwide backbone capacity to more than 20Mbps.
Service Provider (Wireless ISP)
N. California, USA
Problem - Needed additional capacity in order to support expanding business-class customer base. Solution - Building out wireless system backbone with multiple AI108-1 and AI108-3 backhaul links in order to increase systemwide backbone capacity to more than 20Mbps.
Service Provider (Wireless ISP)
Florida, USA
Problem - Needed additional capacity in order to support expanding customer base. Solution - Building out wireless system backbone with multiple AI108-4 and AI108-3 backhaul links in order to increase systemwide backbone capacity to more than 20Mbps.
Service Provider
Italy
Problem - How to build reliable high-speed backbone for ISP service Solution - Installing multiple WirelessGRID bridges to support business-class access to their network.
Service Provider
Hungary
Problem - How to distribute high-speed internet access without cabling entire city. Solution - Utilizing AIRAYA WirelessGRID backhaul/multipoint bridge and AI108 backhaul bridges to distribute bandwidth through city in support of VOIP and data network requirements.
Service Provider (Wireless ISP)
Nevada, California, USA
Problem - Lake Tahoe. Current 2.4 GHz dlink bridges not providing required bandwidth to support growing demand for customer access to network. Interference in 2.4GHz frequency range also making network unreliable. Solution - Installed 5 WirelessGRID backhaul links to provide required network capacity requirements. Newly installed capacity exceeds growing customer base and current demand while providing stable platform for data and voice services. Wireless network supports year-round and seasonal customers, and multi-tenant buildings and businesses throughout their coverage area in Nevada and California.
Service Provider (Wireless ISP)
Bahamas
Problem - Wireless service provider needed high capacity backhaul liks to connect Motorola Canopy 5.8 GHz multipoint system towers to centralized Internet connection. Solution - Installed AIRAYA AI108 backhaul links to solve problem and provide enough bandwidth to support multiple Motorola Canopy units distributing bandwidth to businesses and residences in main Bahamas resort and port areas.
Service Provider (Wireless ISP)
Australia
Problem - Rural locations require wireless to cost effectively offer high speed service to commercial customers. Tried various vendor solutions with unreliable results. Solution - Swapped out competing backhaul bridges with AIRAYA WirelessGRID bridges. Now able to provide a reliable high-performance sultion to customers across region, competing with wireline solutions from Telstra, the incumbent carrier in Australia.
Service Provider (Wireless ISP)
Oregon
Problem - Service provider requires wireless multipoint and backhaul access for high-speed data provisioning in rural Oregon communities. Solution - Switched from another wireless broadband vendor to WirelessGRID links providing reliable ruggedized outdoor wireless network throughout providers coverage area. WirelessGRID bridges in use for more than 20 backbone links in addition to multipoint distribution to commercial customers requiring up to 5x higher bandwidth than 2.4GHz, Trango, and Motorola multipoint systems were able to provide.
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