Launching Wireless Extreme: a revolutionary Gigabit Wireless access service powered by Angie Communications
The Wireless Extreme service is a great and convenient way to be productive on your laptop or tablet while on the move, out and about.
Maarsbergen, Netherlands – June 23, 2016 Angie Communications International B.V. today announced it has finalized its tender process and made its preliminary selection of partners representing city councils, builders, suppliers and vendors to start building nationwide Gigabit access networks in the USA and Europe. In the coming weeks, Angie will start disclosing further details about its imminent initial rollout in several large cities simultaneously.
Angie has also entered the final infrastructure and architecture design phase where the company works with some of the largest telecommunications firms in their respective markets to build Angie’s proprietary large scale next-generation wireless networks, bringing Gigabit connectivity directly to end users under its Wireless Extreme brand.
“What the Angie team and its partners have achieved is simply astounding,” said Neal Lachman, Group CEO, “the last revolutionary telecommunications access infrastructure that was introduced to residential users was Fiber To The Home, in which my colleagues and I have played a pioneering role. Now we are again introducing gigabit connectivity at the access level, but this time it will be done wirelessly – we call this “Virtual Fiber to the Home”."
The company is building the world's only multi-nation next-generation communications infrastructure, anchored on optical fiber, which the firm either directly owns or leases from -or builds in cooperation with- some of the world's largest fiber network operators. In aggregate, Angie will connect its Gigabit Wireless Extreme users to multi-(ten) terabit pipes.
Angie’s outdoor wireless infrastructure will include the latest carrier-class Wi-Fi technology. In each neighborhood, outdoor wireless access points will be directly connected to Angie’s fiber optic network, strengthened by many street level access points. Industry experts are well aware that future data demand cannot be satisfied without such an ultra-dense wireless infrastructure, which needs to be fiber-fed. Only fiber backhaul (with multiple terabits per second connectivity) can handle the upcoming exponential growth of mobile and wireless data usage. Angie’s wireless network is furthermore beyond 5G-ready; due to the connection on Angie’s virtually unlimited fiber capacity, its network is 5G-primed - intelligent, connected, wired and wireless.
“Everything about Wireless Extreme is unique. With Wireless Extreme appearing on the scene, a new era in the world of electronic communications has dawned,” said Bob Chatta, COO Europe, “The “follow me” network is now becoming a reality: you can subscribe to the Wireless Extreme service and we’ll promise you unrestricted and unlimited Gigabit wireless access anytime, anywhere, anyhow – in all our rolled out markets."
ost providers aren’t able to deliver Gigabit speeds over their existing networks/systems, let alone through wireless access mean. They also can’t have you online, up and running, within a few minutes. For example, when you move, you have to wait for weeks before you can get connected. And even if you would be so lucky to get a gigabit service today, you don’t have the Gigabit connection available everywhere, because you are tied to a wire or cable. With Angie’s Wireless Extreme, this all changes and will be available at a very low price.”
About Angie Communications
Angie was founded by an international team of highly qualified technology professionals. Angie’s team includes renowned visionaries and industry pioneers who have helped shape the 4G mobile, 5G wireless and Fiber-To-The Premises industries. Angie’s founding team has a combined 500+ years of experience in business; its executive team consists of industry pioneers and experts with a combined 300 years of telecom experience.
For more information about Angie Communications International B.V., please visit www.ang.ie