Motorola releases solution for low-density, low-ARPU markets

Staff writer
04 Mar 2010

Motorola's Home & Networks Mobility business has released a new tier of products that help operators deliver service in less populated markets or in those previously deemed unprofitable to enter.

The Wimax ASN 1000 gateway, which is for deployments of 24,000 subscribers or less, lowers the initial cost of deploying a smaller network or one in low teledensity areas.

Meanwhile, the indoor desktop CPEi 090 – a data-only solution for low-ARPU deployments -- is a lower-priced device that allows operators to pursue new market segments.

“There are opportunities and a great need for wireless broadband in many markets currently unserved or underserved, but low teledensity deployments or price-sensitive customers make it tough for operators to close the business case,” said senior VP Bruce Brda.

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