New Wireless Broadband Technology Breaks the Mold of Traditional Internet Access
CALGARY, AB, June 13, 2018 – June 20 is World WiFi day, and Calgary-based Mage Networks Inc. is celebrating the successful commercialization of its breakthrough WiFi technology, MagiNet™, that it believes will change how high-speed internet broadband is deployed around the world,
Following a successful first installation and 2-month pilot in Taber, Alberta, Mage Networks is proud to announce that it has now inked its first two sales contracts, one in Brazeau County, Alberta, and the other for the City of Cape Coral in Florida, which are shipping in the next two weeks.
Mage’s new technology shifts the paradigm of wireless internet delivery. In traditional, tower-based networks, a signal is transmitted from a tower in a straight line. But terrain or objects in the way of the signal creates no-service areas where the tower cannot “see.” Most of the world’s research and development in the field, such as hot air balloons, satellites, and drones, all attempt to get higher to improve coverage. In contrast, MagiNet™ travels low, using wireless “data pipelines” over several small “hops” to carry broadband coverage over and behind hills or through trees, using tiny nodes (about the size of an iPad) placed only 3 – 5 meters from the ground. This method can overcome any rough terrain, trees and long distances without losing speed or signal strength as the wireless “pipeline” travels further distances.
Dr. Sayed Amr (Sisso) El-Hamamsy, founder of Mage Networks says, “We want to show how our system – at 1/3 to 1/20 the cost of traditional methods – can be installed in hours or a couple of days, and can give consistent performance of up to 50 Mbps upload or download speeds.” A veteran of the telecommunications sector with over 40 patents in his career, El-Hamamsy says, “We’re preparing for aggressive growth and getting processes in place to sell our equipment to internet service providers, states, and municipalities around the world.”
Mage is currently bidding on several deployments around Canada, the US and the Carribbean where live demonstrations of the technology have already been provided to local infrastructure buyers.
“It’s so easy and affordable for remote communities to have this technology,” adds El-Hamamsy. “There’s nothing like it out there now and it’s a technology with limitless potential. It can give hope to remote areas around the world that could otherwise not afford high speed broadband. And in time, it should mean a lot less construction of unsightly cellular towers.”
Media Contact: Dominic Terry Communications at 403.615.0372 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Mage Networks, CEO: Dr. Sayed-Amr (Sisso) El-Hamamsy, (403) 616-5441 or email@example.com
Brazeau County, Reeve: Bart Guyon (780) 542-0999
Town of Taber, Communications: Meghan Brennan (403) 634-9824