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News | 08/07/2001 4:00 am EDT

WaveRider sells LMS products to city in Minnesota
WaveRider Communications Inc, of Toronto, has sold a set of LMS 3000 non-line-of-sight fixed wireless access products to the City of Buffalo in Minnesota. The purchase of the system is the first part of the city’s plan to roll out high-speed access throughout the city. Initially, eight communications access points will be installed this month and service will be launched in September. In other WaveRider news, the company has also sold several of its wireless systems to Veertec Communications Ltd of Jaipur, India. The systems will be used to provide high-speed Internet access to three cities in the country.

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