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Unwired of Sydney is finding lot of success selling its non-line-of-sight fixed wireless service in that city, according to a company press release. “We grabbed 17 percent market share of new broadband users in Sydney,” said David Spence, president and CEO, Unwired. That’s almost 14,000 in […]

Unwired of Sydney is finding lot of success selling its non-line-of-sight fixed wireless service in that city, according to a company press release. “We grabbed 17 percent market share of new broadband users in Sydney,” said David Spence, president and CEO, Unwired. That’s almost 14,000 in less than five months.” Unwired’s initial Sydney network has 70 sites covering more than 1,200 square miles and 3.5 million potential Sydney users making it the largest network of its type in the world. The company uses Navini Networks’ equipment. Australia, infact has been experimenting with a lot of new wireless technologies. Arraycomm backed iBurst was first trialed in that country.

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