Bankrupt millimetre wave supplier restructures, new lease of life: Page 2 of 2

August 25, 2020 //By Nick Flaherty
Bankrupt millimetre wave supplier restructures, new lease of life
Cambridge Broadband Networks Group (CBNG) has spun off its African millimetre wave fixed wireless access business following its collapse into administration.

Cambridge Broadband Networks Limited Africa, now a separate company, will provide VectaStar products and services directly customers in the African region from its offices in Kenya, Nigeria, Ghana and South Africa.

“We are thrilled to unveil our rebrand as we build upon our world-renowned reputation for setting the bar in network resilience and support in the licensed FWA space. Our new structure enables us to continue to offer the reliable, superior FWA solutions we are known for while breaking into new markets,” said Nigel Hall, Chief Executive Officer at CBNG, who joined CBNL in 2019 as the chief restructuring officer.

“With the rollout of 5G, the emphasis is very much on ubiquitous, high-speed coverage and FWA provides a vehicle for delivering this. We are looking forward to meeting the new challenges that this new era of connectivity presents and providing cost-effective solutions for the future of FWA,” he said.

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