Conterra Ultra Broadband, a provider of broadband network transport services, featured its digital microwave networks. Conterra says its digital microwave network solution is an affordable broadband solution for organizations without access to so-called “last mile” fiber, including non-urban school districts with point-to-point wireless networks. The company said that recent advances in digital technology have reduced the complexity and cost of the systems and enabled Conterra to engineer, operate, and support affordable high-speed wireless network connections. Using only Federal Communications Commission (FCC) licensed microwave radio links provides customers with carrier-grade service levels with performance attributes associated with fiber deployments, according to Conterra. The bandwidth is scalable with options from 10 megabits to 1 gigabit, and a licensed wireless network that supports data, voice, and video simultaneously in a converged environment.

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