NEWS SOURCE: Camvera Networks Inc.

ATLANTA, GA – August 16 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Camvera Networks, a wireless systems integrator, operator, and provider of fixed wireless Internet access solutions for small municipalities, today announced the expansion of Adel, Georgia’s wireless Internet system,, that will cover most of Cook County, Georgia. This expansion will provide a “wireless last mile solution” utilizing non-line-of-sight (NLOS) wireless technologies for coverage outside the city limits of Adel to surrounding areas including the City of Lenox, GA – the first city beyond Adel to obtain the new Southlink service. Additional expansion to other nearby cities is also planned.

Caption: Wayne Taunton, Superintendent of Electric Utilities, and Tina Gandy, Network Administrator, hold a map that shows the new coverage areas of the expanded wireless network.

The City of Adel launched its original wireless internet service almost 2 years ago in the heart of Adel. Its success created new demand for high-speed Internet in the surrounding cities such as Lenox, Sparks, Hahira, and Cecil, Georgia. Phase One, launched today, includes expanded service within Adel and new broadband service and coverage in Lenox. Phase Two, planned for late Fall 2005, will include coverage in Cecil and the surrounding areas covering all of Cook County, a coverage area of over 200 square miles.

The Southlink wireless project represents a multi-year contract between the City of Adel and Camvera Networks Inc, of Dunwoody, Georgia, to install and maintain the integrated network. Camvera Networks designed, engineered, and maintains the network that provides a wireless Internet network for the City of Adel that integrates Adel’s existing fiber system. This Hybrid-Fiber-Wireless (HFW) network also integrates Camvera’s OSS as well as wireless technologies from Navini, Waverider, and Motorola.
Together, the network brings symmetrical speeds of up to 3.0 Mbps to residents and businesses throughout Cook County, supporting high-speed fiber as well as pre-WiMAX wireless non-line-of- sight wireless connectivity.

“ demonstrates a very successful public-private partnership not often found in today’s world and represents an essential and key component of our business model,” said John Overley, Vice President Sales and Marketing, Camvera Networks Inc. “The success has achieved thus far represents a win-win scenario for Adel, all of Cook County, and Camvera, “stated Jerry Permenter, Adel’s City Manager.

Wireless and Fiber Deployments by Camvera Networks, Inc.
The City of Adel’s wireless internet project is the latest citywide deployment of NLOS last mile wireless solutions from Camvera Networks, Inc. The Southlink expansion project represents the combination NLOS and NLOS wireless technologies and can accommodate up to several hundred subscribers on a single omni base station and deliver a maximum data rate of up to 3.0 Mbps while supporting subscribers with a range of up to five miles NLOS and ten miles LOS. This system also has the capability of connecting other cities with point-to-multipoint wireless connection as far away as 25 miles.

About Camvera Networks, Inc. (
Camvera Networks was founded with the expressed purpose of introducing affordable high-speed broadband access (primarily wireless) and related services to small and medium-sized cities and county governments in the U.S. With broadband services offerings, Camvera Networks provides its municipality clients the ability to attract new businesses and to derive new sources of revenue and cash flow – all while meeting individual needs of local residents and businesses.

News issued by: Camvera Networks, Inc.

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Original Story ID: (670) :: 2005-08-0816-009

Original Keywords: Camvera Networks, wireless systems integrator, atlanta, georgia, fixed wireless internet access solutions, small municipalities,, wireless last mile solution Camvera Networks, Inc.

NEWS SOURCE: Camvera Networks Inc. | Published: 2005-08-16 19:17:00

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