Cambridge Broadband Networks has announced that it has inked a deal with Moroccan fixed wireless operator Wana for the ongoing provision of its VectaStar transmission platform. The telco plans to use the VectaStar platform to backhaul multiple services including corporate access and CDMA traffic, with WiMAX to follow later in 2008. The network will operate on two frequency bands, 3.5GHz and 10.5GHz, simultaneously. ‘VectaStar has performed well for us as an access solution so it was the logical choice to expand our network using it,’ said Karim Zaz, Wana Chairman and CEO, before adding, ‘Being able to expand our application of VectaStar to include backhauling our CDMA and WiMAX network underpins our original decision to back this innovative, scalable platform.’
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