Schaumburg, IL (PRWEB) August 4, 2009
Lemko Corporation, the leading provider of 4G core network solutions, is pleased to announce its cellular system has gained Rural Development Acceptance from the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Lemko's rural cellular system is now eligible for government funding and low-cost loans through the Rural Development Program (RDP). This program allows service providers to purchase Lemko systems with RDP/RUS enabled funds.
"Lemko is very pleased to receive U.S.D.A. acceptance for its cellular systems. This makes it possible for carriers to receive low cost RUS loans to deploy Lemko broadband cellular networks in rural and remote areas," states Chris White, Vice President, Lemko Corporation.
The Node1TM dMARC is a 4G Core Network system that provides an all IP, packet-switched mobile broadband cellular solution for rural and remote markets. It delivers a complete cellular system at each cell site, eliminating backhaul, dramatically lowering other expenses and giving the operator complete control of their inter-connect and network services. The system is fully compatible with legacy cellular systems and supports roaming and handoff.
Lemko is a premier communications software company that provides a complete mobile network at the cell site (RAN), distributing the core intelligence to the edge of the network and creating a reliable, flat IP architecture. Our next-generation technology eliminates backhaul, lowers data latency and delivers the industry's network vision for 4G cellular. This patented and highly scalable solution supports 2.5G, 3G, and 4G RAN technologies while offering full compatibility with existing systems at a ground breaking price point. Lemko is 4G-ing AheadTM with broadband mobile, homeland security and enterprise solutions. Lemko is headquartered in Schaumburg, Illinois, USA.
For further information, please visit the Lemko website at http://www.lemko.com, or contact Faye Vorick at 847-240-1990.