Affordable broadband is an acknowledged fundamental human right that gives everyone the power of information and digital communication. Astonishingly, 3.2 billion people globally do not have Internet access. A revolution in wireless broadband technology is needed to connect the unconnected to drive huge economic growth and improve quality of life around the world.
Curvalux helps close the digital divide by connecting the unconnected
Gerard Ortines, Globe Telecom’s Head of Network Solution & Capex Management, said: “Curvalux’s Edge Node can be deployed at scale across difficult terrains while providing high performance connectivity at a cost that is affordable to the low-income families who need it the most.”
It is not cost-effective for businesses to target scarcely populated areas where the average income per person is low, the topology is challenging, and the infrastructure is lacking in quality.
Operators cannot justify the investment in fiber, satellites or 5G/LTE, they all are either too expensive or too power-hungry to be deployed.
Curvalux offers the best Total Cost Of Ownership for fixed wireless access
Curvalux offers disruptive fixed wireless broadband technology with more capacity, higher data rates at longer range, reduced power consumption, affordable and easier to install, enabling operators to reduce their CAPEX and OPEX and to pass these savings onto consumers.
Unlicensed bands have a bad reputation among telecom carriers due to interference and poor gain.
Offering a fast connectivity and quality service to the user is paramount so carriers tend to dismiss unlicensed frequencies as an option.
Curvalux innovative MultiBeam technology in 5GHZ
We deliver multi-gigabit throughput and achieve exceptional interference mitigation thanks to our dual polarisation 16 simultaneous phased array narrowly focused beams.
Out of the 3.2 billion people living without internet access, 1.2 billion people around the world are also living without electricity.
In addition, 2 billion people experience regular power outages and are highly dependent on diesel fuel as a power source.
There is a mismatch between existing technologies and what is viable to deploy in some of the poorest areas of the world.
Curvalux is building sustainable solutions to connect billions of people
Our vision is to reduce the carbon footprint of internet connectivity by providing energy-efficient antennas that can be powered by solar energy.
Connecting billions of people responsibly will have a decisive knock-on effect on the future of the environment and the empowerment of underdeveloped areas.