Reliability
Reliability

Over 500,000 Infinet Wireless devices have withstood the most challenging environmental conditions across five continents and are still in operation after 15 years of continuous use. It is not without substance, therefore, that Infinet can claim that it makes the most robust systems in the marketplace.

Flexibility
Flexibility

Topology-agnostic, multiple-frequency, universal wireless platforms can be tailored to individual customer requirements to give them exactly the solution they need.

Integration
Integration

Systems are easily integrated into virtually any network infrastructure, (including MPLS), due to the industry’s richest set of networking features and protocol sets.

Performance
Performance

High-capacity 480 Mbps speeds and ranges of up to 100 kilometres enables Infinet to create industry-leading wireless infrastructures for fully-fledged triple-play support in metropolitan and regional networks which require the highest Quality of Service (QoS) and performance combinations.

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Service providers of all types are going through an evolution phase.
The InfiMAN 2x2 family, our flagship Point-to-Multipoint range of solutions, offers different connectivity options for a wide variety of applications (e.g. for LAN extensions, video-surveillance and remote monitoring, Internet access, etc.). It comprises of a number of innovative high-speed IP base stations and subscriber terminals (CPE’s), with base stations providing high sector capacity, field-upgradeable from 40 to 240 Mb/s and using the same or less amount of valuable radio spectrum than traditional point-to-multipoint wireless systems.
Benefits of using wireless networks for the needs of seaports
As a major entry point into countries across the world, seaports are one of the most preferred methods for transporting goods and cargo for international trade. Clothes, technology, cars and food are often brought in by the thousands through these access points, with the UK’s major ports alone handling 115.9 million tonnes of freight in the first quarter of 2017 alone, as reported by the Department of Transport. As the main transport method for international trade, ports are a key component for a healthy economy and a critical contributor to the wellbeing of a nation.
Connecting Africa
Africa, if you don’t already know, is a Radio jungle. There is a lot of interference in terms of radio spectrum and we have been very busy developing solutions specifically for this market to help our users mitigate this interference. If you look at the 5GHz band, a lot of vendors will come, sell their product, crank up the power as much as possible and it becomes almost impossible for everybody else to operate. This, believe it or not, also happens with any legal bands – you as a customer pay for this band and you expect this spectrum to be clean. Unfortunately, it is not – even if there is a regulator, it is so difficult to enforce it. So, we have come out with what we call “beam forming technology” which mitigates the interference and improves performance by up to 30%. Another technology that we are rolling out and is targeted more for operators is the 1 gigabit per second point to point connectivity which is aimed at the big operators, either fixed or mobile, for backhauling.
Wireless connectivity has a lot to offer in Africa
While Africa is seeing an increase in demand for connectivity in order to bridge the ever-present digital divide between urban and rural areas, the bottlenecks experienced when backhauling data streams by service providers of all types is still a major issue that needs to be addressed.