Cambridge Broadband Networks Group’s world-renowned VectaStar Flex A2/A3 variant solution has been deployed by FirstComm (First Communications), in its strategy to rollout improved connectivity using licensed spectrum to six metropolitan areas in the state of Ohio.
The A2/A3 licensed spectrum has seen a surge of interest due to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) making regulatory changes to the 28GHz spectrum bands.
This Point-to-Multipoint (PtMP) solution from Cambridge Broadband Networks Group (CBNG) has allowed FirstComm to successfully switch its enterprise customers from the current A1 spectrum to the A2/A3 spectrum which will provide high-quality connectivity without any downtime.
Jason Beadnell, Manager of Product at FirstComm, said: “Prior to 2021 we had already used the A1 variant of the VectaStar Flex solution so migrating to the A2/A3 variant of VectaStar from CBNG was a very natural progression for us.
“CBNG’s global presence and research and development program is unmatched, and their understanding of the unique characteristics of the Local Multipoint Distribution Service PtMP spectrum is second to none.
“It is the only PtMP provider in the market that is cost competitive and with their support, we can switch our customers seamlessly while continuing our mission of providing carrier class cost-effective networks with high reliability.”Click below to share this article