GigaWave, Unidata’s Wireless Giga Speed
For reliable ultra-fast connectivity and back-up solutions.
GigaWave is a family of connectivity solutions provided via a radio link, with a fast and stable signal on 5 GHz and 26 GHz frequencies. This is an alternative to cable networks, allowing broad reachability.
Now also on 26 GHz
Thanks to 26 GHz FWA (Fixed Wireless Access) technology, used by Unidata on licensed, non-interference frequencies, it is possible to reach and exceed the 1000 Megabits per second (1 Gbps) threshold. Optimal for highly reliable connection services.
Fast Delivery & Back-Up
GigaWave is used for the fast activation of new customers in areas not served by optical fibers and as back-up solutions.
|Wireless network, at the frequency of 26GHz|
|Point-to-Multipoint||Point to Point|
|Download speed||100 Mbps||100 Mbps|
|Upload Speed||20 Mbps||100 Mbps|
|Guaranteed minimum bandwidth||20%||10%|
|Network||Wireless network, at frequency of 26GHz||Wireless network, at frequency of 26GHz|
|Router - Firewall||Included||Included|
|Wi-Fi||802.11ac (up to 1,300 Mbps gross, 5 GHz) and 802.11n (up to 450 Mbps gross, 2.4 GHz)||802.11ac (up to 1,300 Mbps gross, 5 GHz) and 802.11n (up to 450 Mbps gross, 2.4 GHz)|
|IPs included||1 (up to 8 optional IP addresses)||1 (up to 256 optional)|
|Wireless network, at 5GHz frequency|
|Point-to-Multipoint / Point-to-Point|
|Download speed||From 10 to 30 Mbps|
|Upload Speed||From 1 to 3 Mbps|
|Guaranteed minimum bandwidth||80%|
|Network||Wireless network, at 5GHz frequency|
|Router - Firewall||Included|
|Wi-Fi||802.11ac (up to 1,300 Mbps gross, 5 GHz) and 802.11n (up to 450 Mbps gross, 2.4 GHz)|
|IPs included||1 (up to 8 optional IP addresses)|
The history of the GigaWave 26 GHz service
In January 2017 Unidata, after having participated in the WLL call of the Ministry for Economic Development, was assigned the 24.5 to 26.5 GHz band for the Lazio region (referred to simply as the “26 GHz” band). With this license we can offer additional high-speed services and reach new industrial areas in Latium not yet served by optical fibers and peripheral areas lacking in infrastructures (the so-called digital divide), offering an efficient, reliable and interference-free service.