|September 2015. We’ve moved into new offices at the Warwick Innovation Centre, Warwick Technology park. Out new contact details can be found here|
Abicom provides Wi-Fi access to the Rock and Bowl festival
|May 2015. Abicom international successfully provides Wi-Fi coverage for the Rock and Bowl music festival. We’ve deployed a range of 802.11ac back haul and 802.11 a/n/g dual band, dual concurrent access points to provide wireless internet coverage during the 3 day event. At peak times we’ve been seeing over 250 users accessing each of the hotspots. Pictures from the event, and more info about Rock and Bowl, can be found on our Facebook page. For more information about our range of outdoor Wireless Access Points and bridges, please take a look at out products pages.|
Abicom announces two new embedded OEM platforms
April 2015. We must apologise for the lack of news here! We’ve been very busy working on new wireless platforms, and are pleased to announce the SC300M and SC1750. These devices target the OEM Product sector, and the Wi-Fi router sectors. We’re actively working with partner companies at the moment to deploy these systems. Watch this space for more information
Abicom acquired FreeSpace Networks
|Abicom International has now completed the acquisition of FreeSpace Networks. We feel that this is a great opportunity for Abicom to offer a full range of solutions ranging from OEM/Custom boards to ready to install outdoor data units.As part of this acquisition we will be offering our new Scorpion 450 board in the FS1000 enclosure. Please contact us for more information|
OpenWRT Documentation for FreedomCPE
OpenWRT Documentation can now be found here!
Abicom announces OpenWRT support for the Freedom CPE wireless bridge router.
PlugNsurf selects Abicom as its OEM development partner.
Leading wireless connectivity provider, Plugnsurf, has selected Abicom to jointly develop Wobe. The Wobe seamlessly integrates Wi-fi and 3G mobile technologies to provide an unparalleled level of internet connectivity.
Freedom Nx2 wireless module upgraded to +26dBm at both 2.4 & 5.xGHz modes
The first production samples of the new high power 802.11n modules are now available and deliver up to 26dBm output power at 5GHz..