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I'd like to hear David answer a question like that, maybe a good one for their investor call that has been suggested by Sergi..
TL, wrt Enet's IP and sales outlook into their space, is it irrelevant that inevitably there will be several generations of 5G roll out over the coming few years?
And with talk of 6G coming in the next decade, how is Enet positioned for that development, or does it matter in the next year or two?
Same US story also picked up by BusinessWire:
Hopefully REDZONE can climb up the local league table now (!)
Good articles, looks like G1 is going to be a massive winner.
Crikey Knobby that’s all looking rather positive . Maybe Bids beer mist RNS will come soon! Insane enet activity , I’m currently finding it hard to think about my day to day real life whilst watching events unfold. Just the beginning too! Atb
While it’s been known fiber-to-the-home projects have been generally 5x the cost and have required 5x the time to complete versus a comparable broadband wireless solution, current global fiber-optic line supply constraints, combined with construction labor scarcity and rising inflation, are adding time, cost and uncertainty to community fiber projects — creating even more urgent demand for affordable and time-efficient alternative solutions. The Redzone/Tarana collaboration delivers fiber performance at 80% lower cost in only 20% of the time, without the escalating uncertainties of today’s fiber-to-the-home builds. “Redzone has introduced this new broadband technology to a limited number of communities during the pilot period, and the response has been overwhelmingly positive”, McKenna said. “It’s clear that these communities have waited long enough. They are wowed by the technology, and we are confident that our solution will exceed their expectations.”
“Every municipal leader that is looking to improve speeds, lower costs, and eliminate broadband coverage gaps in their community needs to take a look at the Redzone + Tarana solution,” said Brian Lippold, CEO of Broadband/Telecom Consulting Firm Casco Bay Advisors. “It’s affordable, it can be deployed quickly, and, because it’s wireless (as opposed to wired), a one-time infrastructure investment has the potential to connect every present and every future home and business in the region with minimal marginal cost. It’s also more resilient and environmentally hardened than utility-line-powered solutions, and it can reach both on-grid and off-grid locations. It checks a lot of boxes.”
For Maine Communities interested in exploring Tarana broadband wireless solution partnership opportunities with
Basil Alwan, Tarana’s CEO, said, “The Redzone team has decades of deep experience with broadband and wireless. Their strong validation underscores that our own decade of fundamental research and development into a new reality for Internet service providers and consumers has hit the mark. We’re excited to see G1 helping communities in Maine achieve real broadband speeds sooner than anyone expected.”
Redzone network engineers and technicians conducted the broadband pilot from towers located in Rockland, Maine. Various performance metrics including received power, path loss, modulation rates, and data throughput were measured over a 60-day period from more than 50 individual end-user locations spread across an area of 25 square miles.
“In addition to the high data rates measured consistently across the test area, our network team also noted rock-solid reliability of the tested equipment, and virtually zero degradation from RF interference,” said Aaron Tibbets, Redzone Director of Network Engineering
Commercial Network Deployment
Following the successful completion of the pilot, Redzone has shifted quickly into commercial network deployment. “After confirming results from the pilot, we were compelled to focus our full attention on planning new network deployments with underserved community partners, “said Redzone’s Jim McKenna. “We have active projects in late-stage development that will benefit dozens of communities which we will announce formally in the coming weeks. These communities recognize that this solution offers real future-proof broadband — meaning a broadband network that does not require additional capital investment every time new homes or businesses are constructed within the geographic service area.”
Rockland, ME and Milpitas, CA — Oct 27, 2021 — Redzone Wireless, LLC, Maine’s leading provider of wireless broadband services announced today that it recently completed a two-month pilot project in Rockland, Maine to field-test an innovative new broadband wireless technology developed by partner Tarana Wireless, Inc. The test results confirmed peak end-user data rates of 800 Mbps and the capability for symmetric download and upload speeds. These results were observed in both line-of-sight and harsh non-line-of-sight conditions across the community from a single tower location in Rockland, Maine.
This project demonstrated dramatically increased capacity vs. previous generations of wireless broadband technology. The Tarana platform efficiently distributes 10 Gigabits of total capacity per site — enabling up to 1,000 simultaneous connections from a single tower.
The massive performance and capacity improvements measured in Redzone’s pilot project across a 25 square-mile area completely challenge previous conventional thinking about the role broadband wireless can and should play in addressing the digital divide in America.
Commenting on the pilot project results and implications for Maine, Redzone CEO Jim McKenna said, “We began testing Tarana’s G1 platform with conservative expectations based on our years of experience deploying and operating fixed wireless networks. Our goal was to push the limits of the platform’s coverage and capacity to address the broadband needs of an entire community. When we saw results from our G1 test locations under diverse conditions, we were astounded by the performance. We realized immediately that this technology was a broadband game-changer for Maine and Redzone.”
Fixed Wireless, Finally Fixed
The Tarana G1 platform introduces a range of advanced beam- and null-forming technologies, along with industry firsts in interference cancellation, to deliver fiber-class speeds and performance in challenging non-line-of-sight conditions, even in unlicensed spectrum. G1’s multi-gigabit capacity and nearly 1 Gbps peak user data rates represent 15 to 20x improvements over competing technologies, and truly unrivaled network economics at a massive scale.
Thanks TL, agree, would have thought the chances are the last £750k won’t be actioned, although there’s always the possibility that 5G could insist.
I can't see as they need the cash and it's a relatively small amount. 5g IF are clearly connected to Tarana and I don't think that they will want anyone sniffing around the detail.
Have you any view on 5G IF, in terms of they would seem to be selling strongly into the liquidity. My view is they will hold 0 for longer term and would seem to want to exit as soon as liquidity allows and within the constrictions of the arrangement, whatever they may be.
What’s your take? Do you think they/ENET will take on board the last £750k subscription, which is, I think, by agreement although, again, the details are not known.
Perhaps that may depend on how long it takes the 60p warrants to be triggered.
Yes it didn't take long. Needless to say I didn't take the job just the free lunch and a full exploration update.
Tour of Eastleigh must have been a real bonus!
Maybe I’ve only seen the ‘bad bits’, assuming we’re talking Eastleigh Hampshire.
About 20 years ago an AIM penny share explorer asked me to manage their shareholder contacts. Crazy notion but I got a nice lunch and a tour of Eastleigh
Sounds like you were/are in the money then if your post was pulled.
I agree, no ‘state secrets’ were posted, but you encapsulated what we believe is the current situation in a few lines, a good ability to have!
Odd how my post disappeared. I don't think they like their staff talking to investors. It's all just mood stuff really nothing specific.
Hardly anything new in my post that David didn't say at Proactive Investor. I just get a bigger audience.
I know that they have told staff not to talk about the business.
I would have to say that had they been a bit better at updating the market not just when they want something this would not have been necessary.
Soon I will have a contact at a US OEM and a DU update will be posted here. Unless they ban me of course.....
What happened to TL’s cracking post?
Was it pulled or something. I rather liked it!
Thanks OAPK20 and TL, the video was worth a re-watch for sure. Totally intrigued to see what RNS is next, could be another curve ball.
52p sells? Jimmy Hill
The only link was the proactive interview
They don't like it up'em Mr Mannering.
Which thread ? If it’s the post about upcoming deals it’s on the advfn site.
A thread has been deleted, can someone repost the link?
Shares in issue is tiny, once a few more LTH's load up there will be very little available in the market. Next decent RNS this will rocket imo.
to light up .....