Largest WISPs are built using Proxim Tsunami® Radios
Internet service providers, worldwide use Proxim’s carrier-class multipoint and backhaul solutions to deploy broadband connectivity quickly and cost effectively. With high service availability, superior subscriber per sector support and ultrafast 4G connectivity using WORP Drive® technology, Tsunami® outdoor solutions is the ideal choice for ISPs to quickly scale their network coverage as well as meet the rising demand for high-bandwidth, multimedia services effortlessly.
"We ultimately selected Proxim’s Tsunami GX-800 because it provided the best megabit-per-dollar value on the market."
– President of Mercury Wireless
Common applications for wireless service providers:
Wireless Internet access for serving enterprise and residences
Wireless backhaul with high-capacity microwave bridges
High bandwidth connectivity for VoIP, Data and Video on Demand
Common challenges and concerns of an ISP
Whether you are a large telecommunications company or a small rural internet service provider, at Proxim we build wireless solutions that cater to your requirements and concerns. And with decades of experience in the wireless space nobody understands your concerns more than us:
How to address the ever rising demand for high capacity networks at lower prices?
How to ensure more subscribers per tower to keep CAPEX to the least possible?
How to extend my service footprint to new geographies quickly and cost-effectively?
How to ensure complete customer satisfaction with demands for virtually zero-downtime networks?
How to achieve the “biggest bang for my buck” and have the quickest payback time or time-to-revenue?
Why is Proxim the right choice for you?
More concurrent subscriber support per tower to ensure lower CAPEX, enabled with the Superior MAC layer Scheduling - WORP Drive
Advanced interference mitigation features to ensure low downtimes and guarantee CIRs
Competitive pricing for SUs and BSUs to provide competitive commercial broadband access , faster time to market
Performance guarantee program-extended service, advanced technical support with 7x24x365 availability &warranties for Investment protection
Listen to what Brian Magnuson of 'Last Mile Gear' has to say about us
Why switch from Cambium?
33% more capacity with same channel size in 20 MHz channel size:
Higher throughput: The Tsunami 8200 offers 123Mbps at 20MHz channel size whereas the PMP 450 offers 90Mbps at 20 MHz channel size
Higher channel flexibility: The Tsunami 8200 can operate 5MHz, 10, 20 & 40MHz channel sizes, whereas the PMP 450 offers only 10 and 20 MHz channel sizes
The max throughput of Tsunami 8200 is 240Mbps @40MHz channel as against 90MHz at 20 MHz
Higher coverage and range:
Tsunami Tx power (Dual Chain):24 dBm,25.8 dBm (Triple Chain) as against PMP 450 Tx power(Dual Chain): 22 dBm
Better non line of sight performance:
The Tsunami 8200 features 3x3 MIMO as against the PMP 450 that features 2x2 MIMO
Secure remote management with encryption:
The Tsunami 8200 offers secure management via Telnet and SSH, Web GUI and SSL,SNMP v1,v2,v3 as against unsecure SNMP v1,v2, Telnet offered PMP 450
WORP for better MAC layer scheduling:
Scheduled MAC layer similar to 4G-WiMAX & LTE: Guarantees Subscriber throughput and maintains link reliability
Are you really saving with Ubiquiti?
Common Ubiquiti drawbacks:
Low SU per BSU ratio: The Ubiquiti base stations deliver poor throughputs when the number of subscriber units increases beyond ten. This adds upto more towers to be purchased to support more base units
Poor Interference mitigation features
Short life time of Ubiquiti radio approximated to be 6 months
Primitive software feature set for layer2/layer3
Poor after-sales and customer sales support
The cost of downtime:
The expense involved to replace a defective unit from a tower can get significant and constitutes of both indirect and direct cost losses:
Lost business opportunities.
Loss of customer goodwill.
Driving business to competitors
Time and effort
Direct cost involves essentially the cost of replacing the defective unit on the tower with a working one. It typically constitutes of the
Cost of mobilizing the technicians and equipment : $ 500 (approx)
Labor cost of climbing the tower and replacement: 600 $.(A typical “swap” would encompass approximately 3 hours of 2 technicians which would imply a total of about 600 $ (100 $ /man-hour))