ExteNet Systems, a leading provider of Distributed Network Systems (DNS) enabling advanced cellular, wireless and broadband connectivity across urban and rural America, has announced plans to deploy a CBRS Part 96 ready LTE fixed wireless network with Paladin Wireless, a wireless internet service provider (WISP) based in Royston, Georgia, the company said.
Paladin Wireless provides high-speed wireless internet to residential and enterprise customers across northeastern Georgia in Jackson, Franklin and Madison counties.
ExteNet´s turnkey small cell and distributed evolved packet core (EPC) solution will enable fixed wireless service for Paladin Wireless over the 3.5 GHz Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) band, with the goal of delivering high-speed LTE connectivity to Paladin´s customers. The innovative solution will deliver true broadband speeds and will offer clear advantages versus legacy solutions typically available in rural communities.
Lisle, Ill.-based ExteNet Systems, Inc. designs, builds, owns and operates distributed networks (DNS) for use by wireless carriers, broadband providers, IoT companies, property owners and communities across the United States.
Royston, GA.-based Paladin Wireless founded in 2015 is a wireless internet service provider that is committed to bringing quality internet service to Rural America, starting first in Northeast Georgia where it was founded. To learn more about Paladin Wireless, visit www.paladinwireless.com.