Managed services provider NetWolves is releasing its new wireless WAN product, dubbed the Himalaya 4G, which serves as an alternative to T1s.
The Himalaya 4G offers peak speeds of 10mbps downstream and 2mbps upstream. It runs on Sprint’s wholesale 4G network and is sold through channel partners.
Partners like NetWolves, who have taken Sprints technology investment and built a business class of service around it, further validate that model,” said Bill Esrey Jr., vice president of Sprint Wholesale Solutions.
NetWolves’ core offering includes 3G/4G wireless data, fixed wireless Internet and VSAT satellite from more than 120 providers.
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July 18 2018 @ 16:50:07 UTC