Nokia has announced that Mada Communications, a Kuwait-based telecommunications service provider offering enterprise solutions and services, will deploy its Wavence microwave solutions.
This, says Nokia, will modernize Mada’s transport network and offer enhanced experiences to its customers in Kuwait.
Under the deal, Nokia will replace Mada’s existing transport network with Wavence microwave solutions. In addition to boosting network performance, says Nokia, this will help Mada to simplify its network operations and improve network economics. Nokia adds that Mada will benefit from a seamless installation and lower transport network power consumption.
Nokia says the Wavence portfolio provides a complete microwave solution for all use cases covering short-haul, long-haul, E-Band and SDN-based management, both for service providers and enterprises.
Nokia’s Wavence microwave portfolio includes innovative, compact, high-capacity ultra-broadband transceivers, designed to support service providers by providing superior quality wireless backhaul connectivity with high availability and reliability. Wavence products support the evolution of both backhaul and fronthaul with multi-gigabit capacity, low-latency characteristics and industry-leading RF output power for deployment flexibility.
Rima Manna, VP, Middle East Market Unit at Nokia, says the company looks forward to helping Mada modernize its transport network to support advanced packet networking and adds: “We believe this project marks the beginning of a new and long-term association with Mada."