InfiNet Wireless boosts its local team in Latin America

In a move that sees it capitalising on the rapidly growing Latin American marketplace, InfiNet Wireless, the leading manufacturer of fixed broadband wireless connectivity, has recruited a new Business Development Manager in the region.

Lamberto de la Madrid, InfiNet’s latest team member, brings twenty years of technology experience to the existing team in Latin America. Having graduated from the Mexican National University (UNAM) in 1993 with a BSE in Telecommunications, he quicklymoved into the VSAT industry, developing various large scale projects in Mexico, Central and Southern America. Three years ago, Mr. de la Madrid joined a Wi-Fi manufacturer, as Sales Manager to develop the market in the same region, handling a wide portfolio of wireless products including WiMAX and Wi-Fi, both in Point-to-Point and Point-Multipoint modes. 

Mr. de la Madrid commented, “With the rapid development taking place in countries across this whole region, it is an exciting time for me to join a company that offers market-leading solutions that will be able to support the infrastructure behind this growth. InfiNet’s range of products are some of the most reliable and cost-effective solutions in the marketplace and will provide our customers the rapid deployment they require to sustain the growth of their respective businesses and economies”.

Kamal Mokrani, Global Vice President commented, “Mr. de la Madrid brings a deep understanding of theAmericas regionwhich, moving forward, will enable InfiNet to truly capitalise on the exciting opportunities this market offers us. His wealth of experience in developing solutions for all industry segments in the region (e.g. governments, enterprises, service providers, energy, education, etc.) is invaluable and will undoubtedly allow us to forge stronger relationships in this region over the coming months and years”.

InfiNet Wireless already offers both point-to-point and point-to-multipoint carrier-grade wireless solutions for its customers in many countries in this region. It has secured major projects in Mexico, Brazil, Colombia, Peru, etc. The company’sprincipal philosophy will continue to be centered aroundproviding the most flexible, reliable, innovative and cost-attractive wireless solutions in the industry.

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