GigaBeam, a provider of wireless broadband services equal to terrestrial fiber optic networks, plans to augment its products with a slower offering.

The additional product will deliver content at 27 megabits per second speed. It already offers 1,000 Mbps per second capacity products. GigaBeam labels its products WiFiber.

The slower-speed offering will also cost less than the faster-offering, but pricing details were not disclosed.

“This new product will allow us to address the demand we are already realizing for lower capacity access solutions to connect to network deployments of our WiFiber transport solution,” said Lou Slaughter, GigaBeam’s chairman and chief executive officer. “The increased number of product offerings will enable our customers to design GigaBeam technology-based networks based upon capacity requirements and budgets.”