Gap Wireless to distribute Tarana products for Urban Carrier Transport
Gap Wireless, a leading provider of products and services for the mobile broadband and wireless markets, announced it will distribute products from Tarana Wireless, the industry’s performance leader in Ethernet-based universal wireless transport solutions.
Tarana, based in California, has made a fundamental advance in Non-Line-of-Sight (NLoS) connectivity for carrier deployment primarily in urban and dense residential applications.
“We’re pleased to add Tarana to our slate of exceptional vendors distributed by Gap Wireless because of their innovative solutions and ability to enable ubiquitous wireless coverage,” says Marc Bouvrette, president, Gap Wireless.
Tarana provides service providers with a wireless backhaul solution for small cells achieving operation at full capacity even when wireless links are completely obstructed by multiple solid structures such as buildings, overpasses and vehicles. Tarana’s technology is suitable as an alternative to fiber for urban and dense residential fixed broadband, and to solve challenging capacity issues for mobile carriers.
“Gap Wireless and their extensive network of key integrator partners and carrier customers will enhance our ability to support the Canadian market,” adds Steve Sifferman, president and CEO of Tarana.
Benefits delivered by Tarana’s technology include ubiquitous coverage, unprecedented capacity and scalability, simplified deployment, zero-touch operation, and the lowest total cost of ownership of any NLoS product, Sifferman says. The solutions are designed for use in applications such as small cell backhaul, last-mile fiber extension to enterprises and multi-dwelling units, and tactical mobile operations.