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EION with NASACI gets approval for StarPlus from Bolivian Telecommunication Regulator (ATT)

CommunicAsia 2017, SINGAPORE – May 23, 2017 – EION Wireless, a Canadian manufacturer of licensed and unlicensed broadband wireless access products today announced that Bolivian Telecommunication Regulator, ATT, has certified EION StarPlus 5300, the high power ultra-rugged radio, to be deployed in cities, rural towns, Bolivian Amazon, Valley region and Altiplano at altitudes from 300m to 5000m. above the sea level. EION Wireless is proud to select NASACI SRL Bolivia as its Channel Partner for Bolivia.

Ing. Ivar Pareja, CEO of NASACI SRL Bolivia says, "The Canadian EION StarPlus 5300 Point-to-Point and Point-to-Multipoint radio link systems will help Bolivian and Latin American telecom operators, municipalities, Government, health and education institutions to provide access to Internet services". He adds, "We are excited to work with EION about this opportunity where we will be linking with the Bolivian Satellite Tupac Katari, Bolivian fiber optic Transmission network to service the general population."

Dr. Kalai Kalaichelvan, President and CEO of EION Wireless says, "EION products has set the benchmark for Broadband wireless industry, delivering a unique Broadband DNA to work in harsher extreme weather conditions from deserts of Saudi Arabia to terrains of Newfoundland, Canada", He adds "This is a great opportunity for EION to show in Bolivia the core strength of our technology meeting the development objectives of the region in improving people's living conditions by bridging the digital divide in health, education, defense, oil industry and agricultural industry".

EION’s StarPlus is an advanced outdoor wireless platform operates in the wide frequency range of 4.9 GHz to 6.1 GHz, capable of operating in Point-to-Point and Point-to-Multipoint network topologies. The advanced OFDM 2x2 multiple-in, multiple-out (MIMO) radio delivers superior throughput for bandwidth hungry 3G and 4G customers and for video surveillance applications. With its high spectral efficiency, large capacity, user friendly GUI and rich feature-set, the StarPlus family of products provides the ideal solution for rural and metropolitan wireless network requirements.

With the official approval for StarPlus 5300 by the Bolivian government, NASACI and EION will be able to complement the Bolivian Plurinacional State efforts to overcome the digital gap using the Bolivian Satellite Tupac Katari. NASACI in conjunction with FAM (Federation of Municipal Associations of Bolivia) have clear objectives to benefit Bolivian rural areas by providing EION start-of-the-art technologies so that every home in the Bolivian rural population will have access to the Internet and increase the potential of small business to benefit the Bolivian and International communities in South America.

EION’s StarPlus OFDM High-Performance Outdoor MIMO Wireless Broadband Product Family is a recipient of multiple awards in the category of Communications Solutions Product of the Year Award. In October 2016, EION’s MobiLink – LTE Receives 2016 Mobility Tech Zone Product of the Year Award for its Innovation and for Advancing Wireless Technology.

EION Wireless, a division of EION Inc., is a global provider of Broadband Wireless Access products that enable effective, economic and secure wireless high-speed communications solutions. The company’s licensed and unlicensed frequency products are used by wireless ISPs, private network operators, and remote rural networks and in voice and data backhaul applications to solve last mile challenges. EION Wireless works with more than 165 local partners to support its diverse global customer base and provide innovative and reliable solutions. For more information, visit

NASACI S.R.L is an official distributor of Wireless systems, professional engineering services and call center services in South America. NASACI offers Internet services, telecommunication segment as a service and unlimited applications of modern technology of data center virtualization by offering one or more shielded virtual servers for cyber security for activities of the enterprise business.

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