The wireless backhaul community has seen a compilation of new strengths; record high revenues and new products develop this past week.
Xirrus has launched important additions to its family, including, Xirrus XR-520, Xirrus Management System (XMS) and Xirrus Activation Server, which have been able to successfully strengthen its portfolio of wireless solutions. The new service solutions are improvements for smaller offices, spaces, classrooms, hotel guest rooms and hospital patient rooms. Since Wi-Fi has become some an important part of daily functions for almost every industry and state sector, Xirrus is dedicated to ensuring that its network solutions meet the needs of every consumer.
With the release of Skyfire’s video and data optimization platform, Rocket Optimizer 3.0, its networks will be able to better address increasing mobile traffic demand and improve quality of video delivery. The Rocket Optimizer 3.0 will include four editions: Real-time Quality of Experience (QoE) Assurance, CloudBurst Architecture, its third-generation algorithm and CloudCache capability.
Over this past week many wireless backhaul companies have made record breaking accomplishments in their revenue departments. Siklu Leads E-band Wireless Backhaul Market with its EtherHaul Radio SystemSiklu, a provider of wireless backhaul solutions, has tripled its revenue. According to Siklu its EtherHaul E-band radio system, which showed triple-digit percentage growth in 2012, had a lot to do with that. Polaris Wireless also had a great financial year, as it announced that its revenue grew 79 percent and had a six fold increase in 2012.
To help continue this positive fiscal year for wireless backhaul, Stoke (News - Alert) commercial services is trying to create new revenue-supporting ways of using Wi-Fi, with the help of its new Wi-Fi eXchange gateway. Service providers alike are helping Stoke in its mission to discover the advantages of Wi-Fi and the challenges created by the growth in mobile phone use.
With so many friendly relationships developing, it is nice to see that the competition that involved in any business doesn’t hinder technology working together to produce a more favorable outcome for its customers and users. Stay tuned for next week’s update in Wireless Backhaul.