FAIR LAWN, NJ -- March 16, 2016 -- Siklu Inc., the global market leader in millimeter-wave radios, announced it was selected by Netunwired LCC to backhaul a new wireless broadband network at the Aurora Sports Complex in Colorado. Siklu's wireless, Gigabit radios were selected for their out-of-the-box, easy to deploy characteristics, and inherent interference-free quality.


The Aurora Sports complex is a city-owned, 220 acre park with 39 play fields. Accommodating around 350,000 visitors a year, the park was in need of a high-speed broadband network to facilitate online payments and public Wi-Fi for the many concession kiosks around the park, and for day-to-day operations of the massive complex. When Netunwired LCC experts were selected by the city of Aurora to construct the network, they realized that trenching through the fields to connect 7 buildings would be costly, and potentially damaging to the park's irrigation system – hence its decision to go wireless.

"When we heard that the Sports Park would be needing interference-free wireless broadband, we immediately decided to deploy Siklu's high-availability, point-to-point radio systems. The selection proved to be beneficial not just for Internet speeds, as within 3 weeks, the new wireless system was up and also leveraged for additional services," said Tim Stewart, Owner and Manager, Netunwired LLC.

"Siklu's wireless solutions are especially suited for high-volume traffic areas susceptible to interference, such as recreation areas. The abundant mmWave spectrum facilitates reliable, multigigabit service, while Siklu's networking features enable resilient topologies as well as secured multi-services differentiation," said Craig Burgess, Sales Director, US West / CAN West, Siklu Communication.

Siklu will be showcasing its multigigabit backhauling solutions at WISPAmerica 2016, LV, Nevada, March 14-17, at Winncom Booth #413 and at Baltic Networks Booth #508, and also presenting its broadband solutions on March 17, 2PM, Room A.

About Siklu
Siklu delivers a diverse range of products with up to 2Gbps full-duplex capacity, utilizing the ultra-wide and abundant millimeter wave spectrum at the 60, 70/80 GHz bands. Its millimeter wave technology is the prime choice of leading mobile network operators, service providers, and integrators worldwide. With maximal availability and minimum footprint, tens of thousands of carrier-grade units delivering interference-free performance have been successfully deployed. Siklu's innovative all-silicon design has dramatically reduced prices and effectively opened the market, paving the way for ultra-high capacity wireless backhaul ideally suited for 5G. Siklu's mmWave radios provide scalable Wi-Fi, small and macrocell backhaul solutions, proved to be ideal for networks requiring fast and simple deployment of secure, fiber-like, high capacity and future-proof connectivity. For additional information visit www.siklu.com.

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