Industry and Public sector

Industry and Public Sector (IPS) is going through transformation: Transport, Energy, Defence, Government and Private Sector like Internet Service Providers (ISP) are engaged in the digital transformation impacting both the network with adoption of high speed communication data and user/consumer services demanding efficiency and safety.
Often these networks are linked to specific sites, or deployed as green filed where physical infrastructure.

Microwave Radio Technology Advantages


  • Diverse Technologies and Traffic Types
  • Operational Continuity


  • From Remote Locations to Urban Deployments
  • Possible Limited Infrastructure
  • Safety


  • Always on
  • Security


  • High Capacity
  • Possible Limited Infrastructure

Transport Industry

The transportation industry often operates structured networks resulting of decades of layering technologies. Often in need of ad-hoc solutions and with the need of supporting specific interfaces or performances needs

  • Reduce maintenance cost of existing heterogeneous and aging networks
  • Cope with deployment of new packet-based and bandwidth-hungry applications
  • Guarantee high network security level form external intrusion
  • New international regulations on safety and security
  • Guarantee the safety and security of personnel, passengers and assets
  • Facilitate the coordination of multiple safety agencies in case of an accident
  • Passengers expecting to stay connected all the time while travelling
  • Adoption of new services and digital transformation to address and satisfy passengers needs

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Energy Sector

Utilities are increasing the demand for networks capable of providing real time supervision of their infrastructure. Strong Digital Transformation especially for smart cities and smart grid applications. Oil&Gas industries require monitoring of their activities from E&P (exploration and production) to Downstream, transporting the oil and gas from the extraction point to the distribution network.

  • Deploying from Urban to rural and remote locations needs terrain independent solution
  • Not always offering shelter/cabinet for equipment
  • Often limited space for equipment
  • Sensitive information need high level of security
  • Remote location may be difficult to reach, hardware need high redundancy
  • Adoption of new services and digital transformation to address and satisfy passengers needs


An IP infrastructure solution is key to enables new services to the users bettering the reliability and efficiency of energy distribution while bringing saving in OPEX costs. As part of this new infrastructure the IP Microwave offers flexibility and a better control of the network.

Mission Critical Applications

Wireless solution is a key to Mission Critical applications whether blue-lights network, environmental or border control, health and safety networks. Bandwidth not always concern number one, but reliability, redundancy and latency may prove to be the key factors. Public Safety networks are used for constant monitoring to prevent and manage risks related to the population.

  • Deploying from Urban to Rural environments
  • Limited space and low-key visual appearance
  • May be employed as fast mean of restoring communication in disaster recovery situations
  • Sensitive traffic needs encryption
  • Equipment supervision needs high safety levels and controlled access to the management systems.
  • Expects always on service

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Internet Service Providers

Internet Service Providers (ISPs) has been booming with the growing adoption of full outdoor solutions and advancements of integrated interworking technologies like IP/MPLS and HQoS management. Often building networks in green filed environment and with limited infrastructure to reach the most isolated villages.

  • Deploying in any environments
  • Not always offering shelter/cabinet for equipment, favouring rooftop deployments
  • As little hardware to site as possible and lowest power consumption are of value
  • Often using unlicensed solutions when available
  • Aiming for high equipment reliability
  • Strong in-house engineering skills to self-manage and support the network
  • High capacity systems to foresee network expansions with limited to no field visit
  • Expects always on service, often representing the only service option when targeting isolated communities

Our Solution’s Benefit

Thanks to a complete portfolio of solutions we’re able to address all the backhauling applications, ranging from long haul, urban deployments, multi-gigabit capacities and carrier class reliability

Hybrid and Full IP data transport

Supporting TDM SDH and E1 natively or circuit emulated traffic. Layer2 Carrier Ethernet MEF 2.0 certified services as well as supporting IP/MPLS Layer2/Layer3 services.

Millimetre wave for 10Gbps fiber like capacity

E-Band complements the standard licensed microwave frequency bands as stand alone or in a Multi-Carrier aggregation solution. Operating as fiber extension or replacement/substitute where missing, with no performances impairments.

Multicore F.O. 2Gbps, single antenna

Deploy a wireless transport network with smallest infrastructure needs, reducing to zero the indoor footprint, reaching any distance needed. Minimizes outdoor real estate, and enables simplest rooftop deployments.

Common OS for operational consistency

Speeding up homologation tests and simplifying in-field activities of engineers.



Service integral part of microwave networks

A strong set of services to support providers from designing, integrating and deploying their solutions including any technology equipment (e.g routers or WDM transport) complete traffic matrix deign with C.E. or IP/MPLS rules definition and QoS set up.

Vertical approach for maximum performances

In-House RF design and manufacturing capabilities ensures our components are designed to satisfy our systems intended performances.



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