Athens, June 02, 2008 - INTRACOM TELECOM, a part of SITRONICS Telecom Solutions business division, today announced six new WiBAS Point-to-Multipoint deployments in Europe and the CIS since the beginning of 2008.
Within the framework of the agreements, which amount to €3.2 million, INTRACOM TELECOM's WiBAS system effectively backhauls 2G/3G traffic and provides broadband corporate wireless access services for six large operators in Europe and the CIS, who serve millions of subscribers. T-Mobile in Slovakia, Globul in Bulgaria, Smart Telecom in Ireland, MTS in Russia, Kazakhtelecom in Kazkastan and Mediacom in Poland, have chosen WiBAS as their preferred Wireless Transmission solution based on its leading technical characteristics, its performance and its future-proof capabilities, which also enable them to achieve significant cost reductions by employing cutting edge technologies.
WiBAS is a state-of-the-art next generation Broadband Wireless Point-to-Multipoint system specially designed for urban environments and traffic-intensive broadband wireless applications. It is deployed by operators in order to cost-effectively transport carrier grade broadband services. WiBAS is perfectly suitable for backhauling 2G/3G traffic, WiMAX and Wi-Fi, and providing access services to high-end business customers.
INTRACOM TELECOM has extensive international experience in providing point-to-multipoint wireless solutions, the most recent successful deployments being with STE in Syria, ITC in Saudi Arabia, MTEL in Montenegro and Zain in Bahrain.
INTRACOM TELECOM is a leading developer and producer of telecommunication systems as well as provider of integrated solutions and professional services to fixed and mobile operators in the EEMEA region. Over 100 customers in more than 50 countries choose INTRACOM TELECOM for its state-of-the-art products and solutions. INTRACOM TELECOM has 2,700 employees, operates subsidiaries in 14 countries and is amongst the largest European companies leading in R&D investments. Since June 2006, INTRACOM TELECOM has been controlled by JSC SITRONICS (Russia) with 51%. JSC SITRONICS is the technology subsidiary of JSFC SISTEMA, the largest consumer services company in Central and Eastern Europe. INTRACOM HOLDINGS Group (Greece) retains a 49% stake.