Worldmax, a WiMAX operator in the Netherlands, is using FibeAir IP solutions from wireless backhaul provider Ceragon Networks in its commercial WiMAX networks. Ceragon provides Worldmax’s network with up to 400 Mbps of traffic aggregation capacity.
Worldmax launched its WiMAX network in June and currently offers high-speed data services in Amsterdam. The operator plans to expand its independent wireless network and provide nationwide coverage within the next year.
Ceragon’s wireless backhaul solutions use microwave technology to transfer large amounts of network traffic between base stations and the infrastructure at the core of the mobile network. Its wireless Ethernet solutions are currently deployed in more than 40 commercial WiMAX networks, including Allegro in Australia, Altitude in France and Elro in Denmark.