- June 2, 2021
- 11 GHz, 6 GHz, 700+ Mbps, 80 MHz, attenuation, digitized broadband, high capacity, high-demand applications, ISP, long-haul microwave, mobile operators, multi-band, multiband, network capacity, Rain Attenuation, transmit output power, wireless Internet service provider, wisp
In this highly digitized broadband world, the demand for network capacity is always rising. Wireless internet service providers and mobile operators are all finding their customers demanding more bandwidth. Even utilities and local governments use more network bandwidth as they deploy surveillance cameras and other high-demand applications. Long-haul microwave links play a key role in delivering network capacity, and 6 GHz and 11 GHz frequencies are popular choices.
- March 11, 2021
- all outdoor radio, buy microwave, ecommerce, guided order process, Internet Service Provider, ISP, microwave equipment kits, microwave online store, next-day shipping, wisp, WTM 4000, WTM 4200, WTM 4800
In today’s increasingly connected world, speed is king. Companies that can react, adapt, plan, and execute quickly maximize the opportunities presented by change. However, speed in procurement is difficult to gain without a strong, reliable partner who recognizes the value of time and efficient order processing. A perfect example of this is with the partnership between ISPs and Aviat, quickly and efficiently meeting the growing needs of high-speed broadband in rural and underserved areas across the globe using the Aviat Store, a fast and efficient platform to buy microwave radios, antennas, licenses, and accessories online — completely self-serve.
- November 19, 2020
- 18 GHz, 80 GHz, E-Band, internet service providers, ISP, microwave radios, millimeter-wave, mmw, multi-band, multiband, ODU, RFU, service providers, traditional microwave, wisp
Some multi-box Multi-Band solutions currently available on the market fail to provide a seamless switchover between the traditional microwave and E-band frequencies when the E-band portion becomes unavailable—leading to reduced capacity and the need for manual intervention to correct the link’s performance.
- November 16, 2020
- all-outdoor radios, automated network, buy microwave, cart sharing, e-commerce, Internet Service Provider, ISP, microwave online store, online store, order placement, quoting, radio inventory, Total Cost of Ownership, UK WISP, wireless Internet service provider, wisp
Most radio buying processes haven’t changed for years. Some orders are still placed by picking up the phone, emailing a request, waiting for a response, and then juggling multiple POs. It’s such a long process to manage from start to finish. Aviat Store solves all those issues and more.
Whether you need to buy one microwave link, one hundred or who knows – one thousand!? You want the ordering process to go as smoothly as possible, and you want a one-stop-shop where you can purchase your radios, antennas, licenses and accessories. When selecting your microwave online store you’ll want to look for specific features including:
Aviat Networks recently partnered with Cruzio Internet of Santa Cruz to help families in need during the COVID-19 pandemic. Low-income families have been among the hardest hit, and with the increase in internet access demands, the need for fast, reliable internet for all is imperative.
- June 29, 2011
- Aviat Networks, Consultants, Internet Service Provider, ISP, microwave, Nathan Hitchcock, Network, network operations center, Network service, NOC, public safety, public safety network, San Antonio, Security
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Nathan Hitchcock, NOC team lead for Aviat Networks, provides guidance for all network services professionals in the company’s network operations center during its 24×7 rotation. At the NOC, Hitchcock describes a range of customers the company services—from Internet service providers to public safety networks (government wireless) . “Our customers find value in the NOC,” he says.
“It’s a natural progression that once the network is live, that the NOC just take over the managed services aspect of it,” Hitchcock says. “We provide value to our customers by helping reduce the operational expenses that are associated with managed services.”
When Aviat Networks moved its NOC to San Antonio, Texas, many backbone infrastructure and wireless security improvements were made, according to Hitchcock. And all the technical knowledge was transferred from Raleigh, N.C. He sums up the Aviat Networks’ network services value proposition as: a multi-disciplinary team that provides managed services to meet the clients’ needs.