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    RAD Data Communications mobile backhaul equipment available to NECA members

    Founded in 1981, RAD Data Communications has achieved international recognition as a major manufacturer of high quality access and backhaul equipment for data communications and telecommunications applications. These solutions serve the data and voice access requirements of service providers, carriers, and enterprise networks.

    • Ethernet over Fiber helps to make connections faster. RAD offers a wide range of Ethernet over Fiber products including its intelligent Ethernet demarcation devices featuring Ethernet OAM and traffic management capabilities.
    • RAD offers a comprehensive line of Ethernet access products for extension, demarcation and aggregation of Ethernet services over TDM networks.
    • TDM Pseudowire Gateways are customer premises equipment for extending TDM-based services to small and medium-sized businesses over IP, Ethernet and MPLS networks. While maintaining existing legacy telephony equipment, use of these gateways converge voice, fax, modem, and data traffic over IP/Ethernet-based access networks.
    • RAD’s AXCESS+ portfolio offers extensive support for legacy services with future-proof Ethernet capabilities, which address the challenges facing independent telephone operators in migrating to next-generation networks and services.

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  • Customer testimonials 

    "We needed unlicensed spectrum for a microwave shot.  The unlicensed 5.3 MHz radio manufactured by RAD Data Communications satisfied our requirement. It has given MTA an affordable opportunity to get wireless backhaul out of a cell site."

     Dennis Eby, Network Engineer Manager  
    Matanuska Telephone Association Inc.,
    Palmer, AK

     

  • Want more information about RAD's exclusive offer to NECA members?

    Toll Free - 1-800-228-8597 ext 8487

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