The first-of-its-kind solutions on display will enable telecom and enterprise customers to enhance their connectivity speeds and capacities.
Infinet Wireless, the global leader in fixed broadband wireless connectivity, showcased its brand-new mmWave-band solutions which had been designed to enable customers to enhance speeds, capacities and latencies, all while reducing costs, at Wispapaplooza 2019.
In Las Vegas, Nevada, from Tuesday, October 15 to Thursday, October 17, Infinet Wireless showcased its brand-new Axion 28 portfolio – its latest breakthrough in wireless broadband access within the 28 GHz band. The new family of solutions had been designed to support the deployment of high-density multipoint networks that deliver performance up to 1,200 Mbps in the 56 MHz band.
With Axion 28, Wireless Internet Service Provider (WISP) multiservice-networks infrastructure can be rolled-out in urban landscapes, laying the foundation for smart cities to be built from distributed enterprise networks with as much as 10km between sites, to CCTV and traffic-management systems and networks in remote areas.
“So far 2019 has been a year in which 5G has really started to come to fruition,” said Kamal Mokrani, Global Vice President at Infinet Wireless. “As a result, operators across America and around the globe are racing to upgrade their networks to satisfy end-users’ demands for faster, enhanced connectivity. However, there are many hurdles ahead in achieving ubiquitous connectivity, such as spectrum congestion in traditional frequency bands below 6GHz and spectrum re-farming when operators’ ex-WiMAX spectrum is being taken away.
“At Wispapaplooza 2019, we demonstrated how telecom operators and enterprises can overcome these challenges and increase connectivity speeds, capacities and raise their service levels with our brand-new industry-first mmWave-band solutions – providing them with a competitive edge.”
Representing a new phase in the development of the 71-76 GHz frequency range, Infinet Wireless also presented its Quanta 70 family of wireless products. The solution had been designed to enable wireless systems to deliver performance up to 480 Mbps in the 125 MHz band at distances of up to 5km. Furthermore, the range is also characterized by low usage and an absence of licensing and can be used to create high-density networks with minimal mutual influence of wireless systems.
Infinet Wireless showcased several upgrades to its point-to-point (PTP) portfolio, including the second generation of its InfiLINK XG 1000 – a record-breaking solution designed for high performance backhaul.
Infinet’s Quanta 5 – the industry’s highest spectral efficiency solution suitable for a diverse range of applications including back-hauling for base stations, transmission of high resolution CCTV and video streams, and providing internet access to remote locations – was also on display.
“WISPA is the voice of the fixed wireless broadband industry and represents the innovators across the industry which are looking to provide fast, affordable connectivity– that is why it is only natural for us to demonstrate our latest cutting-edge solutions designed to support telcos’ and enterprises’ network upgrades as they look to increase their capacity and coverage at this year’s event,” added Kamal.
Infinet demonstrated its latest ground-breaking solutions at Stand 241 at Wispapaplooza 2019, taking place at the Rio All-Suites Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, from Tuesday, October 15, to Thursday, October 17.