Exalt Communications, the US-based provider of next-generation packet microwave backhaul systems, today (14 January 2014) announced that Invisible Link UK Ltd., a value-added distributor (VAD) serving the UK, Ireland, and the Middle East, has selected Exalt microwave backhaul systems to bring ease of deployment, carrier-grade reliability, and high performance to its microwave projects.
Invisible Link provides wireless design, supply, and implementation services to its customers such as Tier 1 system integrators, IT communications SMEs, network carriers, and wireless ISPs. Invisible Link uses microwave technology to significantly reduce leased line costs while providing significant increases in network bandwidth and flexibility.
The company has experienced particular success in local government, the National Health Service, and private networks where business continuity is a critical requirement.
"The true benefit of the Exalt proposition is the fast deployment and flexibility of the product solutions," said Tony Breen, managing director of Invisible Link. "Exalt provides excellent pre-sales support within our territories, and the new Exalt eMiMO PTP system offers very competitive cost against the existing market place and has the backing of a carrier-grade radio manufacturer."
Exalt's extensive product line enables Invisible Link to approach any type of microwave project knowing that the right solution is available, the company claimed. Current projects have employed Exalt licensed microwave systems, as well as Exalt ExtendAir and ExtendAir eMiMO sub-6GHz systems.
"Customers like Invisible Link, who are solving a myriad of backhaul issues, need a one-stop shop where they can meet any backhaul networking requirement, and Exalt provides a complete range of systems that all feature carrier-grade performance and reliability," said Amir Zoufonoun, CEO of Exalt.
"With Exalt microwave systems, our partners know they are getting solutions that consistently deliver high customer satisfaction while improving bottom-line results."