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  • InfiNet Wireless: Creating future-proofed wireless ecosystems

    Up until recently, the wireless sector of the telecoms market prioritized the performance increase in base stations and subscriber terminals. Today, however, our R&D team focuses primarily on the optimization of complete wireless infrastructures as a whole. InfiNet Wireless aims to create a modeled network that comprises of several base stations virtually interconnected with a large number of subscriber terminals, an approach which accurately predicts a given solution’s performance within a specific frequency range, in various environmental conditions and for all scenarios of spectrum availability.
  • Tamer Group meets bandwidth and connectivity requirements of rapidly growing branch network with InfiNet Wireless.

    In an effort to support it’s exponential growth, Tamer Group, a leading healthcare, beauty care, prestige products, and fast moving consumer goods company, based in Saudi Arabia, has recently partnered with InfiNet Wireless to ensure seamless connectivity and high bandwidth across several new facilities in Jeddah. The InfiNet solution has allowed Tamer Group to deploy and support several business-critical applications with far less management and maintenance, all at a significantly lower Total Cost of Ownership (TCO).
  • InfiNet Wireless Connecting Hospitals Wirelessly

    During AfricaCom 2016 InfiNet Wireless demonstrated how its wireless solutions are benefiting healthcare facilities across the globe. InfiNet Wireless was one of the 375 telecoms-focused exhibitions at AfricaCom 2016 demonstrating their latest innovative solutions. The event took place at the Cape Town International Convention Centre (ICC) between the 15th and 17th of November 2017 and attracted over 10,000 attendees from across the global telecoms industry.
  • Transforming Africa with digital connectivity

    Africa is a diverse continent not only in its physical landscape, but also its political, economic, social, technological and environmental outlook, with each country and region having its own set of unique challenges and advantages. Neighbouring African countries can be at completely different stages of their technological adoption, economic growth or political stability. It has become imperative for technology providers of all backgrounds to adapt their approach and overall strategy in Africa on a country-by-country basis, bearing in mind that the continent comprises of 54 countries and covers more than 11.7 million square miles.
  • Wireless technology links oil wells in the extremes of Siberia

    When TNK-BP wanted to connect its remote oil wells in the challenging environment of the Samotlor field in Siberia, its contractor Mobile Telesystems picked InfiNet Wireless Telecoms infrastructure to enable remote monitoring and SCADA applications, as InfiNet Wireless CEO Dmitry Okorokov explains