Thursday, February 8, 2018

BridgeWave 3Gbps and 10Gbps Backhaul Link Promotion

For a limited time only, boost your backhaul at these amazing prices!

Great Deals for North America ISPs and WISPs ONLY

BridgeWave’s Flex4G-LITE 3Gbps system for less than the price of 2Gbps systems!

The BridgeWave Flex4G-LITE is an all-outdoor 80GHz system that delivers up to 3Gbps full-duplex data throughput per radio. Its high capacity and availability, coupled with its long range, make it the ideal system for wireless interconnects. The Flex4G-LITE comes with your choice of 12” or 24” Radiowaves antennas for a price that’s too good to pass up! During this promotion, the Flex4G-LITE with 1-foot Radiowaves antennas is $4,995; $5,395 with 2-foot Radiowaves antennas.

BridgeWave’s NEW Flex4G-10000 for less than the price of 5Gbps systems!

The Flex4G-10000 is an all-outdoor, zero-footprint 80GHz radio system that delivers fiber capacity and performance. During the special promotion, a link of Flex4G-10000 radios comes with SFPs and your choice of 12” or 24” MTI antennas for a price that’s too good to pass up! During this promotion, the Flex4G-10000 with 1-foot MTI antennas is $9,500; $9,900 with 2-foot MTI antennas.

Time and quantities are limited, so don't miss out! This special offer ends March 31, 2018. To be eligible, all orders must ship by April 30, 2018.

For more information about this special promotion and all the wireless backhaul solutions BridgeWave offers, contact your Streakwave Sales Representative.

Wednesday, January 24, 2018

Streakwave Webinars Presents: GWN Series and Upcoming New Features with Grandstream Networks | Live Webinar | February 8 @ 11 AM PT

Streakwave at WISPAmerica | March 6-8, 2018 | Birmingham, AL | Booth #204

Join Streakwave at WISPAmerica March 6-8, 2018 in Birmingham, Alabama Booth #204

Streakwave is a Platinum Sponsor for 2018's WISPAmerica Event. 

WISPAmerica, hosted by the Wireless Internet Service Providers Association, is an annual spring conference and expo dedicated to the fixed wireless industry. For the 6th year, WISPA is bringing together Internet Service Providers, industry experts and leading supplliers for WISPAmerica 2018. 

This 3-day event is sure to be one of the largest of the year and will feature some of the brightest minds and hottest new innovations for the ISP world. 

  • Business, Techinal, Marketing, Financial, Human Resources, Infrastructure and Regulatory Sessions
  • Collocaed Training and Events: Pre-Show on Saturday, Sunday, Monday & Post-Show on Friday and Saturday
  • Exhibit Hall (Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday)
Techincal Training - Touching every aspect of running a network
Business Strategies - Take your business to the next level of success
Sales and Marketing - Best practices and strategies for success
Human Resources - Learn how to hire and engage the best people for your organization

The Exhibit Hall will feature 90+ Exhibitors showcasing a wide array of products and services: From Wireless gear to fiber-optics, tower infranstructure, software, cloud services, VoIP solutions, consultants, mapping services and more.

Hotel & Venue: 

Click Here to book your room at the Sheraton Birmingham Hotel. The conference rate is $139.00/night plus taxes and fees and is available from Thursday, March 1st thru Saturday, March 10th 

  • The hotel is approximately 5 miles from the airport and offers FREE shuttle service to and from
  • $8 Self Parking
  • Complimentary in room WiFi
Upcoming Training Events: 

March 4th & 5th 
9:00am - 5:00pm

Learn everything about Fixed Wireless, this 2-day course will enable you to use, sell and deploy Point-to-Point and Point-to-Multipoint Wireless Networks.

The course will focus on: 

Latest Ubiquiti Products & Technologies, RF Fundamentals, Antennas, Link Planning, Management, Troubleshooting, Indoor vs Outdoor Wireless, and Best Practices.

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

SECURITY BULLETIN: List of updates for KRACK WPA2 vulnerability

Last Updated: 10/27/17 at 10:54 AM

As some of you may have heard, a weakness in the WPA2 protocol, known as KRACK or Key Reinstallation Attack, has recently been discovered. This vulnerability could give attackers access to your wireless connections and allow them to install malware on your devices. Due to the nature of this weakness, any device that uses WiFi is likely to be vulnerable to an attack. The first thing you should do to combat this is to update your WiFi client devices, such as your smartphones, tablets, and computers. To protect against KRACK, users should also install firmware updates for affected products as soon as possible. Here at Streakwave Wireless, we have compiled a list of firmware updates and known information from our vendors to assist in this process.


AmpliFi has already addressed the vulnerability with their latest firmware release notes

Aruba Networks

Aruba has released patches and has made a FAQ available

Cambium Networks

Cambium has released a community post regarding the KRACK updates. Updates are expected on October 30, 2017 for the cnPilot 3-Series and November 10, 2017 for the ePMP respectively. 

Cradlepoint has released a security update  that includes a list of affected devices and states that an update is expected to be released on October 31st


Edimax has released a statement saying that a security patch schedule will be released shortly.


EnGenius has released an advisory summarizing the vulnerability and its effects on their customers. Firmware releases will be issued in the next few days and weeks.


MikroTik has already released a statement on their forum stating that they already fixed versions last week so long as devices are upgraded routinely, no further action is required.

Mimosa Networks

Mimosa released a statement on their community page stating "Mimosa is actively working on a solution with our technology suppliers to fix this industry wide vulnerability, and anticipate providing a patch release for our A, B and C series products in approximately 2 weeks." 

Open Mesh

CloudTrax has already sent out a firmware update as of October 17th and has stated in a bulletin that they will be updating older versions of Open Mesh software soon.

Ubiquiti Networks

Ubiquiti has released an article on their help page listing all affected devices with links to accompanying updates.