Government and enterprise organisations — from emergency services to public utilities and mining — need failsafe technologies to deliver vital community services.
Critical communications can’t be left to chance. Microwave radio networks provide a trusted, fast and reliable robust alternative. With high availability and capacity, NEC’s iPasolink microwave radio platform delivers a comprehensive range of wireless solutions. Make a smooth switch from legacy TDM services to IP to support 5G and simplify network management.
The Pasolink Network Management System monitors and controls your microwave communications networks with real-time access to performance analysis and remote control configuration.
Lead the market with high availability, wireless transmission.
For the past 50 years, NEC has proudly supported Australian businesses, enterprise and government to deliver complex communications infrastructure and solutions.
Our expertise in developing and managing mission-critical microwave radio networks is complemented by our partnership with iPasolink; their wireless solutions span access tail links through to the metro aggregation networks.
With an extensive local engineering and support team, NEC delivers full turnkey solutions from network design, installation and commissioning on. Through project management, to maintenance and managed network services, NEC keeps you connected.
Support next generation networks.
Create a network to connect isolated sites across a wide geographic area.
Minimise costs by using a single network to deliver multiple channels.
Minimum interference and latency for maximum uptime.
Continually manage and monitor network security.
With point-to-point delivery, microwave radio technology is 50% faster.
Less downtime and more speed for productive performance.
See how we helped the City of Albany Council upgrade their existing radio link network to improve council communications.
See how NEC supported Liverpool City Council to deliver a microwave radio network to power CCTV systems and free Wi-Fi.
Ned Mannoun, Liverpool City Mayor