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  • Wireless Way-Finding: Roadmap for The Aspiring Smart City

    We now find ourselves steeped in the Fourth Industrial Revolution – an era that could potentially see every one of us humans, and every piece of machinery we use, seamlessly networked together. Every aspect of our lives, from our classroom experiences to our daily commute, is being digitised, as we move inexorably towards the smart city paradigm
  • With InfiNet Wireless anything is possible

    How is InfiNet Wireless advancing smart cities technologies? From our perspective and from a wireless perspective, our equipment is set to transmit a piece of data from point A to point B, wirelessly. It’s like a tube of information and the equipment is flexible enough to be capable of transmitting any source of data even combining any type in one pipe be it video, data, internet, intranet data, database, SCADA, telemetry or whatever it takes. The main characteristics are the speed and distance in which we can do it as well as how it withstands the interference and how it is being integrated into an existing or new infrastructure.
  • Improving Connectivity Across Remote Oil Fields

    In an exclusive article for E&P, one of the world's leading Oil & Gas publications, Kamal Mokrani, Global Vice President at InfiNet Wireless, talks about how O&G organisations can improve connectivity across remote oilfields.
  • 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.