PCCW to offer Gigabit Wi-Fi Service in Hong Kong using Cisco Carrier-Grade Service Provider Wi-Fi Solution

24 July 2013
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Cisco, using its Aironet® 3600 Series wireless access point, enables PCCW-HKT to be the first service provider in the greater China region to deploy 802.11ac technology to deliver a much faster mobile broadband performance.The Cisco Aironet 3600 is an intelligent access point that maximizes throughput and improves coverage under a wide range of conditions. Working with Cisco next-generation hotspot technology, it provides automatic and highly secure Internet access.

 

According to the latest Cisco Visual Networking Index (VNI), by 2017, Wi-Fi and mobile-connected devices will generate 68 percent of Internet traffic, and nearly half of the total IP traffic will originate from non-PC devices (including tablets and smartphones). This 802.11ac Wi-Fi network deployment plays a key role in addressing this trend. 

 

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Mr. Peter Lam, HKT's Managing Director of Engineering, said, "As the leading Wi-Fi service provider in Hong Kong, PCCW-HKT is committed to providing the best mobile broadband experience. The deployment of the next-generation Wi-Fi technology of 802.11ac powered by 1,000 Mbps fiber backhaul will enable our customers with supporting devices to enjoy faster mobile data speed performance."  

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Ms. Barbara Chiu, managing director of Cisco Hong Kong and Macau, said, "Mobile network traffic continues to grow, wireless usage is shifting indoors, and lines are blurring between business and consumer services on mobile devices. Cisco collaborates with PCCW-HKT, a market leader and long-term partner, to respond by incorporating our state-of-the-art service provider Wi-Fi solution into PCCW-HKT's world-class network infrastructure in order to support the next-generation 802.11ac technology, enabling new services to be delivered that enhance the user experience."  
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