Update May 5, 2017: the first test results at one of the many upcoming 10-Gigabit hubs are in. Click here for the pics.
Angie is readying the UK for unlimited and unrestricted wireless Gigabit internet connectivity that you can use at home, at the office and everywhere in between.
By installing the most recent wireless technologies (e.g. 60GHz and 802.11ac) at the Access Level, and with the utilisation of several other advanced technologies and applications (such as 100 Gbps switching per Access Aggregation Point), Angie can create the perfect combinations to provide reliable, robust wireless Gigabit services as well as (Ultra-) HD TV and telephone services. A more convenient, better and cheaper alternative for your current cable or DSL service.
Due to the fact that Angie doesn’t own and thus has to maintain and integrate legacy infrastructure, the company is free to entirely focus on the most advanced technological developments.
As such, Angie is building a true mega-highway in your neighbourhood, your region, and in the entire UK, based on ultra-advanced wireless technologies, which is directly connected to Angie’s global fiber optic network.
London residents can already sign up, risk-free.
Sign up now and become an Extreme Pioneer!
Legendary basketball player Rick Barry, member of the USA’s NBA Hall of Fame, has been involved with Angie since 2008. You can watch the Wireless Extreme explainer video about Wireless Extreme, featuring Rick Barry, here.
Wireless Extreme – Home: £30 (Incl. VAT) (information)
Wireless Extreme – Home Office: £40 (Ex VAT) (information)
Wireless Extreme – Business: £69 (Ex VAT) (information)
Wired Extreme – Fibre Optic: £99 (Ex VAT) (information)
Recommended further reading:
- Blueprint for Building 5G Primed Fiber Backhauled Telecom Infrastructures (Angie en tech firms consortium, May 8, 2017).
- Angie’s response to the USA FCC’s Notice of Inquiry in the matter of spectrum above 24 GHz (see link via www.5Gwe.com).
- Angie’s response to UK Ofcom’s Call for Input on Spectrum above 6 GHz for future mobile services (see link via www.5Gwe.com).
- On November 11, 2016, the Angie team published an analysis on the “Smart” industry, laying bare the risks, shortcomings, challenges and opportunities of large-scale, city-wide Internet-of-Things and Smart City projects. Click here for the document.
If you have any questions regarding Wireless Extreme, you can communicate with the Angie techies on Twitter: @AngieTechTalk.