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Codium CPEs chosen by Mercury Broadband for its expanding CBRS network

Codium CPEs chosen by Mercury Broadband for its expanding CBRS network

Las Vegas, Nevada – October 12, 2021

Mercury Broadband Chooses Codium for CBRS CPEs

On the opening day of Wispapalooza in Las Vegas Codium Networks and Mercury Broadband have jointly announced their ongoing CBRS roll-out across Mercury’s addressable markets, deploying both of Codium’s flagship CPEs – the OCB6 and OCB12, Codium’s market-leading Cat 6 and Cat 12 High-Powered (CBRS) Outdoor LTE routers.

Supply of the CPEs is local, originating in Topeka, KS and eliminates all the headaches of importing foreign product, the related import tariffs and the many challenges of dealing with a foreign vendor. Technical support is local and immediate; this is particularly important in trying to commission and configure a CBRS network while attempting to interface with a SAS and having to deal with a host of intricate operational parameters while being supported remotely by engineers located thousands of miles away.

The products themselves have been shipped in their hundreds of thousands to carriers and WISPs around the globe and have received testimonials from some of the world’s largest carriers and RAN vendors as “best of class’’. The Codium roadmap already includes 5G CPEs too.

“The CBRS market in the US offers a huge new opportunity for WISPs to roll-out highly profitable new LTE-Advanced networks for an ever-expanding customer base, at a fraction of the cost of older generation LTE infrastructure. However, the cost of the CPE and its installation and integration with CBRS continues to be a major challenge.  Our ability to supply and to offer close support for WiSP and SI requirements locally, is a key to our success” said Codium’s CEO.

The CEO of Mercury Broadband, Garrett Wiseman, recipient of the award of more than $60M of RDOF funding had this to say: “We have been receiving and deploying thousands of Codium CPEs over the last year and we are satisfied with their robust performance in the field, their competitive price-points and the excellent local support. We look forward to continuing to expand our footprint across the USA and to be supported by Codium’s proven products and expertise”.

 

About Codium Networks

Codium Networks has been active in the field of fixed wireless technologies since 2003. The company’s headquarters are in Florida. www.codiumnetworks.com

Media Enquiries:

Codium Networks E-mail: sales@codiumnetworks.com

 

About Mercury Broadband

Mercury Broadband is a fast growing broadband service provider headquartered in Kansas City, MS; with a track-record spanning more than 10 years and with plans to continue the expansion of its subscriber base in the Midwest and elsewhere.

Media Enquiries:

Mercury Broadband E-Mail: info@mercurybroadband.com

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