Solving the Urban
Bandwidth Challenge

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A Gigabit Wireless Network

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The Problem The Urban
Challenge

Data demand

Bandwidth per km² in urban areas is rising exponentially

Copper

A copper cable is legacy infrastructure and bandwidth limited

Fiber

An optical fiber cable is expensive and slower to deploy everywhere

Cellular

Cellular bands have limited spectrum at lower frequencies

Why Terragraph? Core Benefits

Unlimited Spectrum

Terragraph leverages V-band spectrum at 60GHz that enables multi-Gbps fiber-like speed, wirelessly.

Lower Cost

When combined with metro-fiber, Terragraph offers a lower-cost solution for Fixed Wireless Access.

Faster Time to Market

Terragraph is faster to deploy than any wireline service because it does not require securing costly Right of Way permissions.

Seamless Deployment

Unlike cellular bands requiring special cell-towers, Terragraph's small nodes are designed to leverage pre-existing street furniture and can be mounted on poles or buildings.

Ubiquitous Coverage

Terragraph can extend fiber wirelessly throughout a city and uniformly deliver Gbps speeds in difficult-to-reach neighborhoods.

What is Terragraph?

Key Features  
 
Street-Level
Installation
Network
Architecture
Line-of-Sight
 
Point-to-multipoint
 
Automatic
Rerouting
Quick
Provisioning
Beam
Steering

Street-Level Installation
Network Architecture
Line-of-Sight
Point-to-multipoint
Automatic Rerouting
Quick Provisioning
Beam Steering

Use Cases   Single-Family Residence Multi-Family Dwelling Apartment Complex For Your Business Public
Events

Single-Family
Multi-Family
Apartment
Business
Event
4K 4K HD HD SD
Stream Quality
5
People Connected
1.5
Simultaneous Streams
1.2 sec sec sec sec min
Time to Download (100 MB)
4K streaming at 25 Mbps; HD video at 5 Mbps; SD video at 1 Mbps. Single-family and Multi-family assume 1 Gbps of backhaul; Apartment, business, and event assume 10 Gbps backhaul.