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Tranzeo making waves in the market

Briefs | 04/27/2007 1:13 pm EDT

Tranzeo Wireless Technologies Inc. and Wavesat Inc. have inked an agreement to collaborate on the development of new WiMAX customer premise equipment (CPE). The CPEs will incorporate chips from Wavesat and will serve both the consumer and business markets. "WiMAX has enormous potential as a last-mile wireless broadband access solution, and we are very pleased to be working in partnership with Wavesat who shares our commitment to cost-competitive, high-performance products," said Tranzeo president and CEO Jim Tocher. Tranzeo has also introduced a new mesh networking router, the EnRoute500. The routes can automatically detect other routers to form a network. "The ability to offer a true mesh solution in out line up of products allows our company to compete in the growing municipal mesh marketplace around the world," explained Tocher.

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