BEC Technologies Inc., a developer and manufacturer of 4G LTE and 5G wireless broadband solutions, announced that Standing Rock Telecommunications selected its 2.5 GHz Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) deployments.
The 2.5 GHz Rural Tribe Window, an initiative that gave federally recognized rural Native American Tribes a “priority window” to apply for licenses that allow them to obtain and use the 2.5 GHz spectrum. Standing Rock is one of the first applicants to receive its license grants and start deployments.
Rock Wireless, a division of Standing Rock Telecom and the first tribally owned wireless telecommunications company in the nation, will rely on the spectrum to provide wireless service for K-12 education, residential and businesses across the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation and surrounding communities.
Rock Wireless selected the BEC MX-210NP R7-Q, the ultra-compact router delivers hassle-free subscriber self-installation to reduce costs and speed up deployments with robust connectivity over LTE Band 41. Subscribers will enjoy the benefits of a feature-rich solution capable of supporting advanced services with multiple Gigabit Ethernet interfaces, high-powered Wi-Fi, and Power over Ethernet (PoE).