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RoamAD looking for funding
Posted on 5-Feb-2003 09:42 | Tags Filed under: News

RoamAD looking for funding
RoamAD is a wireless broadband technology company based in Auckland, New Zealand.

Their technology infrastructure (cellular wi-fi) makes it possible to provide cellular (data) capabilities to wi-fi users (with a limit in bandwidth of 330kbps).

According to RoamAD website their product is divided in two areas:

"Innovative radio frequency planning and network design that provides:

Scalable network coverage
In-building coverage
Non-line-of-sight coverage
Scalable wireless backhaul
Network redundancy
Network diversity
Network congestion mitigation
Mitigation of radiofrequency interference issues

Intelligent Network Management Platform that manages and supports:

Network-edge security
Class of service
Committed information rate
Intelligent routing for backhaul and end-users
Seamless roaming
Management of congestion
Centralised management and control of network"


More information: http://www.computerworld.co.nz/webhome.nsf/UN...
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