CAMPBELL, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 07/30/13 --
Exalt Communications, Inc., the leading innovator of next-generation packet microwave backhaul systems, today announced that Mosaic Telecom of Cameron, WI has deployed Exalt microwave systems to provide Ethernet cell site backhaul to its core network. The Exalt systems have proven easy to deploy while delivering the highest reliability in wind, rain, and snow, and Mosaic Telecom has now standardized on Exalt for all of its microwave needs.
Mosaic Telecom is a multi-faceted provider of quality telecommunications products and services, including 4G cellular service, high speed Internet, video entertainment, landline telephone, and long distance. The company provides these services to both residential and business customers in a large portion of northwestern Wisconsin and uses Exalt microwave backhaul to avoid the cost of leased lines in bringing its mobile network traffic back into its core fiber network. Mosaic Telecom selected Exalt systems for their ease of installation and reliability.
"We've had very good experience with turning up the Exalt systems," said Scott Hickok, wireless operations manager at Mosaic Telecom. "The stability and throughput of these systems is excellent, so we choose them for all of our microwave projects."
"To deliver high quality, highly reliable, and affordable services while optimizing profitability, mobile operators like Mosaic Telecom need a competitive edge," said Joe Schraml, Exalt vice president of product management. "Leased lines are a poor option because they are expensive, often unavailable in rural areas, and they don't scale. Exalt high capacity microwave systems provide these operators with scalable bandwidth to support 4G/LTE traffic, high reliability, ease of deployment, and cost-effectiveness second to none."
About Exalt Communications
Exalt Communications provides next-generation packet microwave backhaul systems to mobile operators, broadband service providers, government agencies, and enterprises worldwide. Exalt wireless systems are used most often as a complement or cost-effective alternative to fiber. They also have been inherently designed to support the rapid build out of the LTE mobile Internet infrastructure driven by ever growing user-generated traffic and fueled by the accelerated adoption rate of smartphones and tablets. www.exaltcom.com
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Source: Exalt Communications, Inc.