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  • Smarter solutions for real-world efficiency

    Fixed wireless broadband has for years been chosen for being the most cost-effective alternative network access technology, especially in the days when there was plenty of spectrum available. Companies started to emerge offering their customers a solution that would easily be slotted into an existing network, and would provide adequate coverage.
  • How 5G roll out will drive transformation

    The telecommunications industry has seen a new mobile standard being launched every ten years. The first generation of analog based mobile networks or 1G was released in 1982. The second generation of mobile networks or 2G was launched in 1991, and introduced digital protocols leading to GPRS and EDGE extensions. Subsequently much faster and efficient mobile networks, 3G and 4G were released and standardised in 2001 and 2012. It is expected that 5G mobile networking technology may start appearing after 2020, based on the same ten-year development cycle, rule of thumb.
  • WARNING: THESE PREMISES ARE UNDER 24-HOUR CCTV SURVEILLANCE!

    The demand for security systems has seen an upswing in the GCC countries. Government regulations in place for compulsory installation of surveillance systems in public areas coupled with a surging construction market are among the factors that have led to the growth of the video surveillance market in the GCC region. In an interview with Construction Sites, Kamal Mokrani, Global Vice President, InfiNet Wireless, talks about the driving force behind the surveillance market in the GCC , the latest security trends and the current state of the market, among other topics.
  • Connecting the Unconnected in Africa through Wireless Technologies

    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.
  • 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.