TTML Provides Wi-Fi Coverage In Navi Mumbai With Wavion Base Stations
The WBS-2400 base stations will provide high-speed wireless (Wi-Fi) connectivity to small and medium enterprises and residences of Navi Mumbai.
Tata Teleservices (Maharashtra) Limited (TTML), a telecom service provider across Maharashtra and Goa, and Wavion, a provider of Wi-Fi base stations, have announced the completion of a large-scale deployment of Wavion WBS-2400 Base Stations in the district of Navi Mumbai, India. The WBS-2400 base stations will provide high-speed wireless (Wi-Fi) connectivity to small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and residences of Navi Mumbai.
"As a telecom service provider, we are committed to enable our customers with reliable and manageable broadband connectivity, anytime, anywhere," said Haridev Khosla, president-Network, Tata Teleservices (Maharashtra) Limited. "We have chosen Wavion’s Wi-Fi solution because of their beamforming technology and their architecture solution that enables a carrier-grade network coupled with superior service and security standards."
Wavion’s WBS-2400 spatially adaptive beamforming base stations provide extended range, improved indoor penetration and better interference resilience.
"We are proud to be selected by Tata Teleservices (Maharashtra) Limited for their first, large-scale metro Wi-Fi deployment," said Tal Meirzon, CEO of Wavion. "A carrier-grade, end-to-end solution was deployed and made operational for the company."
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