Three high-speed internet networks go live across China

Three Chinese operators have deployed new networks offering high speed internet access. Sichuan Telecom, Guangxi Telecom and Inner Mongolia Mobile have all launched networks based on Wavion’s Beamforming Wi-Fi base stations.

The Sichuan Telecom network includes more than 300 WBS-2400 base stations, deployed in the cities of Zigong, Chengdu, Deyang, Leshan, Guangyuan and Suining.

The Guangxi Unicom network includes more than 300 WBS-2400 base stations, deployed in the cities of Nanning, Qinzhou, Guilin, Liuzhou, Hechi, Yulin, Wuzhou, and Chongzuo.

The Inner Mongolia Mobile network includes more than 400 WBS-2400 base stations, deployed the cities of Huhhot, Ordos, Chifeng, Ulanqab, Xilin Gol, Hulunbeier, Wuhai and Alxa.

The three networks provide a variety of metro and enterprise applications such as Wi-Fi coverage and 3G offloading for city areas, university campuses, railway stations, airports and commercial areas. Many of the base stations are co-located with TD-SCDMA / GSM base stations in the urban areas.

Wavion’s Carrier-Grade unique and powerful WBS-2400 spatially adaptive Beamforming base stations provide extended range, higher throughput and Non-Line-Of-Sight (NLOS) coverage. As a result they do not require costly high towers, can be easily installed on poles, and provide wide homogeneous coverage and indoor penetration.

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