With more than three million modules installed around the world, Cambium Networks’ Point-to-Multipoint (PMP) solutions are acknowledged industry leaders in making the delivery of high-speed access to multiple locations efficient and cost-effective. With installations in more than 150 countries around globe, Cambium PMP solutions are proving their performance and reliability every single day in the real world. Our solutions enable our customers—from WISPs to enterprises to utilities to transportation to government agencies—to deliver the high-speed Internet access, video surveillance, streaming video, VoIP and other in-demand applications their end users want.
Cambium PMP networks operate in the licensed, unlicensed and federal frequency bands, providing superior performance in a wide variety of spectrums, including 900 MHz, 2.4, 4.9, 5.1, 5.2, 5.4, 5.7 and 5.9 GHz. With their simple, elegant design and flexible configuration options, our PMP networks lead the marketplace in speed and ease of installation, reducing both cost and time-to-market and ensuring high performance at an exceptionally low cost of ownership.
Extend broadband services for Internet access, voice over IP, video services, and security surveillance - at a cost much lower than wired alternatives.
The PMP 100 combines field-proven toughness with exceptional performance, security, ease-of-use and cost effectiveness. Modules are available with total throughputs up to 14 Mbps and are available in frequencies from 900 MHz to 5 GHz. Join the tens of thousands of network operators who have deployed PMP 100 solutions to be their business case a success.
PMP 100 series systems provide wireless broadband connectivity voice, video and data last mile access. With a broad array of Access Points and Subscriber Modules, these systems can be configured to meet the current and future needs of network operators.
Enterprises can establish cost-effective links to campus locations or remote branch offices at a fraction of the cost of leasing lines or deploying wireline broadband systems.
Government Network Operators can establish cost-effective links for public safety, public service, and public access.
Service providers can enhance their customer base and revenues by extending their network to reach new business and residential subscribers beyond the reach of wireline broadband offerings.