Vubiq

vubiq-logoVubiq (pronounced as if rhymes with cubic) was founded in 2003 and received Series A funding in 2006. This privately held company is based in California and manufactures its own 60GHz point-to-point wireless links.

 

History

Founded in 2003

2006 Series A funding with lead investor Cardinal Health

2008 Shipped first product

Product

HaulPass SC combines both 60GHz and 5GHz Wi-Fi point to point radio links in one unit. A mechanical auto-alignment and auto-stabilisation system rotates the antenna automatically. The 60GHz link is rated at up to 1.25Gbps and the 5GHz Wi-Fi link at up to 600Mbps. Powered via Ethernet, the unit transparently supports Synchronous Ethernet and IEEE 1588 phase synchronisation.

HaulPass microSC is a more compact unit without the auto-alignment mechanism, but retains both 60GHz and 5GHz radios with the same performance.

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