CHANNEL PARTNERS Fixed cellular broadband service provider Accel Networks (Booth #641 at the Channel Partners Conference & Expo), today announced that since its Maestro launch in February, Accel master agent WTG has witnessed tremendous interest in Accels fixed wireless offerings from its subagents.
Accel says Maestro is the first smart antenna system for multi-location organizations that optimizes wireless performance for both 3G and 4G cellular networks. Launched last month, Maestro addresses the need for better and more cost-effective connectivity, tackling issues such as low data rates, latency, jitter and link availability that until now had been viewed as a limitation for enterprise wireless service. The patent-pending, self-optimizing Maestro system generates and maintains the highest carrier-to-noise ratio, creating link performance and availability that meets or surpasses service levels for T1s, MPLS and DSL, the company said.
The combination of 4G and Maestro has opened up tremendous opportunities for our agent partners,” said Tem Wu, director of wireless for WTG. They got very excited about Maestro once they learned that they can offer clients similar bandwidth, latency and reliability of T1 lines at a fraction of the price. Combine that with a much faster installation time than wired options and a residual compensation program they are familiar with and were seeing tremendous interest in Maestro for robust primary as well as T1 backup services. Frankly, 4G plus Maestro has created a tipping point in the kinds of services that can be offered businesses via fixed wireless.”
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January 22 2019 @ 22:01:08 UTC