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MAX4G to Showcase New NLOS Backhaul Product at Mobile World Congress 2016

BARCELONA, Spain, Feb. 16, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- MAX4G, a leader in Non-Line-of-Sight (NLOS) wireless transport technology,  announced today that  it will unveil its new M4-2000 NLOS backhaul product at Mobile World Congress 2016.

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MAX4G's latest NLOS backhaul solution offers unrivaled NLOS performance with up to 900 Mbps capacity and sub 1 ms latency. The M4-2000 product, with General Availability in March, features carrier aggregation of both licensed and unlicensed spectrum, adaptive interference management, F-TDD and dynamic uplink-downlink optimization.

"It really takes a lot of effort and knowhow to come up with the right balance between price, performance, reliability, and ease of installation," said Vladimir Kelman, CEO and Founder of MAX4G Inc. "With the M4-2000 we really feel like we hit the sweet spot. These units set a new standard for performance and affordability. They meet carrier requirements for small cell deployments, and they can be used in a wide range of applications including enterprise access, fiber extension, and public safety. We're really proud of what our team has been able to accomplish with this product."  

MAX4G will be displaying the new M4-2000 at its booth at Mobile World Congress 2016. (Times and location listed below.) To schedule a meeting, please send an email to


Fira Gran Via
Hall 6, Stand 6D55
Av. Joan Carles I,
64 08908 L'Hospitalet de Llobregat,


February 22 to 25 – Exhibits open from 9:00am to 7:00pm, Monday through Wednesday, and 9:00am to 4:00pm on Thursday

About MAX4G

MAX4G is a leader in NLOS connectivity solutions for small cell backhaul, fiber extension and enterprise connectivity. Our products give operators unprecedented flexibility in bringing high performance network access to areas where fiber and microwave are neither practical nor feasible. With the best Price-Performance in the industry, MAX4G is helping network operators realize the promise of 4G by finally making it feasible to scale small cell networks.

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