Kanata, Ont.-based BelAir Networks, a provider of mobile broadband mesh networks, has been named the worldwide wire...
March 19, 2008
Kanata, Ont.-based BelAir Networks, a provider of mobile broadband mesh networks, has been named the worldwide wireless mesh node market leader based on revenue for the second consecutive quarter, according to Dell’Oro Group’s recently released Q4 2007 Wireless LAN quarterly report.
“The business model of the industry is changing to one in which public safety and public works applications, which have direct and measurable returns, drive metro deployments,” said Greg Collins, vice president at Dell’Oro Group.
“The highly publicized, public access networks may not be the primary growth driver over the course of the next year; rather, more mundane public safety applications will likely be the main catalyst for this market’s expansion.”
The company recently launched the BelAir100M, designed to support high performance networking in mass transit and public safety vehicles and the BelAir200D and BelAir100D for military applications, featuring 802.11n and supporting the 4.4 GHz spectrum designated in the U.S. and NATO countries for military fixed and mobile communications.