InfiNet Wireless, a leading manufacturer of fixed broadband wireless connectivity, has announced new solutions to provide coverage in frequencies ranging from 3.1 to 3.4GHz and from 3.7 to 3.9 GHz.
PR-Inside.com: 2014-08-27 07:35:06
Both InfiLINK 2х2 and InfiMAN 2х2 product families will be adapted to work across these frequencies.It is anticipated that these solutions will be in demand in regions including South-East Asia and Latin America, where these frequencies are allocated to the operators in fields such as WAN for education and healthcare.InfiLINK 2х2 and InfiMAN 2х2 solutions offer wireless solutions for a range of markets and applications and enable service providers to meet the high-bandwidth demands of corporate customers, improving theirQoS and increasing their network coverage area.InfiNet’s equipment has already been used successfully in many countries with the licensed and unlicensed frequency bands and is fast becoming the first choice for operators.Deliveries of the new range are planned in the second half of this year, and mass production will begin in early 2015.Established in 1993, InfiNet Wireless is one of the largest privately owned Fixed Broadband Wireless Access (FBWA) development and manufacturing companies in the world. With more than 20 years of intense customer based research and product development, InfiNet’s range of wireless connectivity solutions are the preferred choice of service providers of all types who require uncompromising connectivity.To date, InfiNet Wireless has forged a solid foundation in fixed wireless technologies, and currently has thousands of deployments from the plains of Siberia to the depths of the Sahara, successfully deployed in over 86 countries. Its philosophy of providing the most flexible, reliable, cost-attractive and innovative solutions in the industry has helped it to reach the market leader position for Wireless solutions in all key markets around the world, and is fast becoming the benchmark for carrier grade multiservice broadband wireless solutions.