Accel Technologies, a newly formed division of fixed wireless provider Accel Networks, unveiled its first product: Maestro, what it says is the first smart antenna system for businesses that optimizes wireless performance for 3G/4G networks.?

Available March 1, the patent-pending Maestro system includes eight antennas, three switchable filter banks and embedded LNA offering more than 500 discreet setting options “to generate and maintain the highest carrier-to-noise ratio creating link performance and availability that meets or surpasses service levels for T1s, MPLS and DSL,” the company says.?  

“Fixed wireless broadband is primed for rapid growth. and Accel’s Maestro is the first antenna system that bridges the gap in quality and performance between wireless and wired broadband,” adds Accel CEO Mark Gianinni. “With 6,000 installations, we have a proven business history.”
From a single dashboard, Maestro enterprise clients can do the following:?  ?>> View the status and quality in real-time of a single link or all multiple site links on a national, regional or statewide basis or by zip code;

>> View inbound/outbound traffic statistics in megabytes or connection time for each endpoint as well as define utilization thresholds, generate alerts and avoid overage fees;
>> View and manage remote equipment inventory, tracking numbers and asset history;
>> When required, they can re-optimize Maestro on the fly or schedule a re–optimization for non-peak busy time.?

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