Telecom Namibia
TelcoServe provided Telecom Namibia with a 3.5 GHz FDD Alvarion WiMAX solution to replace its legacy wireless technologies in urban and rural areas across the entire country, including Windhoek. The platform provides broadband data as well as primary voice services. The on-going project is inclusive of the following components:

  • Site and EME surveys and radio network planning
  • Base station installations
  • Integration to existing network management systems
  • Subscriber installations
  • On-going support of the network under SLA
  • ORANGE
    TelcoServe provided Orange Botswana (via France Telecom) with a 2.5 GHz TDD 802.16e Alvarion WiMAX solution, enabling it to diversify from its current GSM operations and start to offer broadband voice and data services. The on-going project is inclusive of the following components:

  • Site and EME surveys and radio network planning
  • Base station installations
  • Backhaul planning and installation
  • Network Management
  • MWEB
    TelcoServe provided MWEB SA with a 5.4 GHz Alvarion PTMP solution, enabling it to offer DSL replacement services to the SME market. The Access network was backhauled with Radwin 2000 PTP links. The project was inclusive of the following components:

  • Site and EME surveys
  • Base station installations
  • Alvaristar NMS
  • Backhaul links installation
  • CPE installations
  • Windhoek City Police - Video Surveillance
    TelcoServe provided Windhoek City Police with the design, supply, installation and support of an Alvarion Extreme WiMAX access network, and Radwin transmission network to enable real time video surveillance monitoring of Windhoek City. TelcoServe assisted with obtaining:

  • licensed spectrum
  • high site acquisition.
  • The project included backhaul transmission and
  • integration into the network monitoring centre

             
  • MWEB
    TelcoServe provided MWEB SA with a 2.5 GHz TDD Alvarion WiMAX solution, enabling it to implement a significant trial network in several centres, offering broadband wireless data services. The project was inclusive of the following components:

  • Site and EME surveys and radio network planning
  • Base station installations
  • Alvaristar NMS
  • Backhaul links installation
  • CPE installations
  • MEDI-CLINIC
    TelcoServe provided Medi-Clinic with a turnkey solution to create a private network connecting the hospital to surrounding doctors, thereby allowing access to online radiology information and other services. An Alvarion BA-VL PTMP system was used. This is a good example of using unlicensed band equipment in a vertical market application. The project was inclusive of the following components:

  • Site and EME surveys
  • Base station installations
  • AlvariCRAFT NMS
  • CPE installations
  • CELL C
    TelcoServe supplied Cell C with hundreds of Radwin PTP links in order to build temporary and redundant backhaul transmission links for their rural and urban GSM base station network. This is a good example of where unlicensed band products can be successfully deployed in rural and urban environments to deliver carrier class services.

    AREVA
    Design, supply, installation and support of high capacity Radwin PTP private network, to enable connectivity between the remote mine, its associated plants and the head office.


    VODACOM
    TelcoServe deployed Alvarion’s BreezeCell active DAS (Distributed Antenna System) solution at Tsogo Sun’s Palazzo Hotel in Montecasino in order to address coverage and capacity problems on the 2G and 3G mobile services in the hotel. Vodacom implemented GSM and UMTS base stations which interface to the BreezeCell DAS infrastructure.

    Walk test results after the implementation indicated a massive improvement in signal quality, and Vodacom achieved a significant increase in voice and data traffic from the site. Tsogo Sun Management were extremely pleased with the low intrusion of the technology and the resultant improvement in services to their guests