CenturyTel selects Ericsson BWA solution

July 2000
RCR;07/17/2000, Vol. 19 Issue 29, p8
Trade Publication
Reports that integrated communications services provider CenturyTel has chosen Ericsson Inc. to supply a wireless broadband point-to-multipoint access system solution based on next-generation Time Division Multiple Access architecture with Fast Dynamic Capacity Allocation capability.


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