CCS

CCS

Self-organising wireless backhaul

Telephone: +44 (0)1223 314 197
Address: Victory House, Vision Park, Chivers Way, Cambridge
Postcode: CB24 9ZR
Country: United Kingdom
Website: http://www.ccsl.com
Membership type:Corporate 6-20 (£250+VAT pa)

CCS (Cambridge Communication Systems) is a specialist in self-organising wireless backhaul for small cell, WiFi, CCTV, smart city and enterprise access applications.

Our Metnet system delivers reliable, high performance that dynamically adapts to capacity demands and optimises spectrum usage, is quick to deploy and easily scaled at low cost. Its small, discreet design is ideal for installation on lampposts, sides of buildings and roofs. Based on a unique multipoint-to-multipoint architecture, it delivers high availability and resiliency, with flexibility to handle the deployment challenges at street level.

Metnet enables ad hoc deployment to rapidly improve quality of service in capacity hotspots or coverage not-spots today, while laying the foundations for the change in network architectures anticipated with 5G.

Metnet node with St Pauls in background

CCS Metnet self-organising microwave backhaul powers 4G small cell network in City of London

Cambridge Communication Systems (CCS) Limited today announces the completion and go-live of a next-generation small cell network in London’s Square Mile, with neutral host microwave backhaul provided by CCS Metnet.

18 April 2018Read in full

Layered Realities Weekend

CCS 26GHz mmWave Metnet system delivers 5G wireless backhaul for 5GUK testbed

The University of Bristol is leveraging Cambridge Communication Systems' (CCS') Metnet to deploy 5G capability in its Phase I testbed; a solution demonstrated at the world’s first public 5G showcase in Bristol.

26 March 2018Read in full

CCS 60GHz mmWave Metnet delivers 5G wireless backhaul  for UK government £5M Smart Tourism

CCS 60GHz mmWave Metnet delivers 5G wireless backhaul for UK government £5M Smart Tourism

A successful bid by a West of England Combined Authority consortium will see superfast 5G wireless services deployed across Bristol and Bath.

14 March 2018Read in full

Metnet SDN 3D SON 60GHz

CCS launches Metnet 12Gbps 60GHz mmWave system

Cambridge Communication Systems (CCS) Limited today launches its Metnet 12Gbps unlicensed 60GHz mmWave access and backhaul solution. The ultra-high capacity 12Gbps multipoint system is the first element in CCS’s new software-defined Mesh network architecture, with multiple Metnet 60GHz nodes operating as a centrally managed SDN-capable networking switch.

21 February 2018Read in full

CCS Metnet nodes deployed in London's Square Mile

CCS Metnet self-organising microwave backhaul selected for next-generation wireless network

Metnet from Cambridge Communication Systems (CCS) is now powering a new high density wireless network serving businesses, residents and visitors in London's global financial centre.

9 November 2017Read in full

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CCS and ADTRAN align on Open Network vision for Metnet self-organising mmWave backhaul

ADTRAN adds Metnet to its Mosaic Open Network Alliance and portfolio to deliver backhaul and access solution for pre-5G and next-generation deployments.

24 October 2017Read in full

Martin Harriman appointed to board of small cell wireless backhaul specialists CCS

Experienced telecoms entrepreneur joins CCS team as non-executive director.

1 November 2016Read in full

FiberTower launches wireless technology from CCS

The first self-organizing 24GHz system in the U.S. supports 5G infrastructure

5 October 2016Read in full

CCS to put M1 mobile data customers in pole position at Singapore Grand Prix

M1 Limited (M1) has selected CCS’ Metnet backhaul system to meet the high mobile data demand at the Formula 1 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix this weekend.

15 September 2016Read in full

CCS and luminet small cell backhaul and enterprise network

Luminet and CCS partner to help mobile operators cope with London mobile data traffic growth

Luminet and CCS are collaborating on sites, spectrum and self-organising wireless backhaul to support small cell deployment.

4 July 2016Read in full

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