InfiNet Wireless showcases its latest solutions at BakuTEL – 2015 in Azerbaijan

InfiNet Wireless exhibited for the first time at the 21st annual BakuTEL international exhibition and conference in Azerbaijan, from the 2nd to 5th December 2015 at the Expo Center, Baku.

Service providers, internet providers, system integrators, manufacturers and distributors of telecom- and IT- equipment were represented at the event, which attracted specialists from Russia, Germany, France, Great Britain, UAE, Turkey, USA, Japan, China as well as a host of other countriues. The importance of the event was underpinned by the attendance of the president of the republic of Azerbaijan, Ilham Aliyev.

InfiNet Wireless's stand was a popular choice with exhibitors visitors alike and resulted in a number of initial discussions taking place with representatives of local operators and providers including SAZZ, Azercell, Baxcell, Nar, TV-channels Caspian Telecom, K@TV1 and AG Telecom and system integrators TEKNUR, Az Services, Egotech and Socar oil company.

InfiNet Wirteless regional partner, Smart Networks also showcased InfiNet Wireless solutions on its booth and delivered an workshop on Uncompromising Communications. Roman Smirnov, InfiNet Wireless’ Business Development Director, delivered a presentation during the workshop on the subject of equipment applications for video surveillance engineering systems.

Roman Smirnov: “The Azerbaijan market is of great interest to us and we look forward to implementing new and interesting projects. BakuTEL provides an excellent opportunity for exchanging experience and opinions. It is also important to us, not only as a way of demonstrating our products, but also to generate feedback and learn about the challenges and problems faced by potential customers. This is then something that we can try to resolve for them with the help of our developments.The Azerbaijan IT market has shown a consistently high level of development over the last decade and we hope that the exhibition will reveal the true potential of the industry’s process-oriented growth.”

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