SFU purchases Star Solutions IMPAC Deployable for Research and Development
in Band 14 LTE Public Safety Broadband Communications.

Vancouver, B.C., Canada, June 5, 2014 – Simon Fraser University has become a key resource in researching and testing solutions for concepts for Public Safety Broadband Networks in Canada. SFU has recently acquired Star Solutions’ IMPAC product, a band 14 LTE all-in-one deployable solution, as a platform for functional and interoperability testing.

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Star Solutions is releasing two whitepapers based on solutions we have provided to our customers worldwide. The whitepapers are briefly described below with separate download links provided.

Rural Broadband: Keeping it Simple
The Canadian federal government recently announced its strategy, Digital Canada 150, to enable Canadians to take full advantage of the opportunities of the digital age. One of the five pillars of the strategy, titled Connecting Canadians, highlights enabling broadband Internet services for 280,000 Canadian households in rural and remote areas. Affordable connectivity in rural and remote parts of Canada is a challenge.

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The IMPAC System on exhibit at the Seventh Canadian Public Safety Interoperability Workshop (CITIG Seven) demonstrates rapidly deployable 700MHz LTE Band 14 network capabilities.

Vancouver, B.C., Canada, November 25, 2013 – Star Solutions reveals its LTE deployable manpack solution, the IMPAC System, at the Seventh Canadian Public Safety Interoperability Workshop (CITIG Seven). Single switch activation enables the IMPAC System to provide a complete 700MHz LTE Band 14 network within minutes. Public safety broadband network operators can use the IMPAC to extend and supplement network coverage or to quickly restore communications services for first responders in the aftermath of a disaster.

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Powered by solar energy, the iCell® COMPAC delivers communications to rural communities in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Richmond, BC (PRWEB) May 29, 2013 – Star Solutions, a leading technology vendor of innovative cellular infrastructure solutions, today announced an agreement with Tatem Telecom, the only CDMA 450MHz operator in the Democratic Republic of Congo, to supply equipment enabling Tatem Telecom to provide those parts of the country lacking coverage from existing operators with mobile voice and data services. Tatem Telecom plans to install a network to cover over two thousand rural communities across the Democratic Republic of Congo to address the needs of the population without any form of voice communications or Internet access.

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Company to showcase new product at IWCE 2013 Exhibit Booth #688.

Richmond, BC (PRWEB) March 6, 2013 – Star Solutions today introduced its new IMPAC System – a highly integrated and portable CDMA basestation built for commercial deployment in remote areas where cellular connectivity may be limited or absent. The new product will be on display at the upcoming International Wireless Communications Expo, March 13-14, 2013 in Las Vegas at the Star Solutions exhibition booth #688.

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The Vancouver Sun is doing a series on Asian & Emerging Markets and contacted Star Solutions to talk about our experience in the export market, in particular the topic of their series. The full article can be found here and is titled — “Balance of B.C.’s export market shifting towards China”.

Below is the photo the Vancouver Sun photographer took our CEO and latest product, the IMPAC System, the world’s smallest cellular network system, in our production area here at the headquarters office.

World’s Smallest Cellular Network

Backpackable & Battery Operated

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