GO­ING QUANTA

Infi Net Wire­less is poised to make waves at this year’s GI­TEX. How? By of­fer­ing the best tech­nol­ogy around – and the best cus­tomer ser­vice and ex­pe­ri­ence to boot.

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Alot of or­gan­i­sa­tions will be ex­hibit­ing at GI­TEX, of course; af­ter all, the event is only the big­gest tech expo in the en­tire Mid­dle East. But few will be show­cas­ing any­thing quite as cut­ting-edge as fixed broad­band wire­less con­nec­tiv­ity firm Infi Net Wire­less.

This year, they’ll have on dis­play at GI­TEX Quanta 5, the com­pany’s brand new 5 GHz Point-to-Point (PTP) solution, de­signed on Infi Net’s lat­est Soft­ware De­fined Ra­dio (SDR) tech­nol­ogy. Pro­vid­ing the high­est spec­tral ef­fi­ciency avail­able in to­day’s wire­less mar­ket­place – even when op­er­at­ing in high in­ter­fer­ence en­vi­ron­ments like those com­mon in the Mid­dle East – the new Quanta 5 solution is ideal for a di­verse range of ap­pli­ca­tions, be it WiFi, LTE, 4G, trans­mis­sion of high-res­o­lu­tion CCTV and live video streams, In­ter­net ac­cess in re­mote lo­cales, and more.

Says Infi Net global vice pres­i­dent Ka­mal Mokrani: “Based on valu­able feed­back gained from cus­tomers across the globe, in­clud­ing sev­eral here in the Mid­dle East, we iden­ti­fied a niche for a cost­ef­fec­tive and high-ca­pac­ity point-to-point solution to op­er­ate in li­cense-ex­empt fre­quency bands.

"Driven by a sig­nif­i­cant mar­ket de­mand for big data con­nec­tiv­ity from var­i­ous sec­tors of the in­dus­try, and lever­ag­ing our ad­vanced SDR wire­less break­throughs, we are now able to de­liver a range of car­rier grade and even eas­ier to de­ploy and in­stall so­lu­tions, like the Quanta 5, which can meet and ex­ceed ex­pec­ta­tions on band­width de­mands, re­li­a­bil­ity and in­ter­fer­ence mit­i­ga­tion in un­li­censed bands. This is only one of the strate­gic steps we have taken to bet­ter cater for the 5G revo­lu­tion.”

He says more. “So­lu­tions like the Quanta

5 de­liver even higher per­for­mance than our pre­vi­ous plat­forms, mak­ing it ideal for any ser­vice provider con­sid­er­ing the launch of new gen­er­a­tion in­fra­struc­tures aimed at cater­ing to cur­rent and fu­ture 5G and IoT re­quire­ments,” Mokrani adds.

“We de­signed this solution as an all-in-one pack­age to en­able op­er­a­tors of all sizes to quickly de­liver high-ca­pac­ity pre­mium ser­vices to their cor­po­rate clients, to in­ter­con­nect their net­work nodes wher­ever they are lo­cated, or sim­ply to pro­vide in­ter­net con­nec­tiv­ity to end users."

He con­tin­ues de­scrib­ing the ver­sa­til­ity and uses of Quanta 5. “Quanta 5 can also be de­ployed as part of a wide area net­work to con­nect re­mote lo­ca­tions to the main con­trol and oper­a­tions cen­tres, whether for oil and gas com­pa­nies as a part of their smart oil­field strat­egy, or for fi­nan­cial in­sti­tu­tions wish­ing to seam­lessly con­nect all their branches and of­fer bet­ter a cus­tomer ex­pe­ri­ence.”

Other so­lu­tions Infi Net will have on dis­play at GI­TEX will in­clude the lat­est gen­er­a­tion of the suc­cess­ful Infi LINK XG prod­uct fam­ily. Avail­able in new fre­quency bands, the Infi LINK XG is ideal for un­li­censed back­haul­ing in mul­ti­ple bands such as 2 GHz and 3 GHz for legacy WiMAX and mi­crowave re­place­ments, or 4 GHz and 6 GHz which are spe­cific fre­quency al­lo­ca­tions de­pend­ing on spe­cific coun­tries.

In other words: it’s a ver­sa­tile piece of equip­ment that can do a lot of things de­pend­ing upon what a user might need it to be able to do. Oh, and the In­fiLINK XG 1000 dou­bles the ca­pac­ity of the XG up to 1 Gbps. By sup­port­ing two non-ad­ja­cent 40 MHz chan­nels in­stead of a sin­gle 80 MHz chan­nel, the XG 1000 can pro­vide con­nec­tiv­ity more than 60 kilo­me­tres away.

“Whether it is 5G, AI or blockchain, the Mid­dle East, con­tin­ues to be an early adopter of in­no­va­tive tech­nol­ogy,” says Mokrani.

He adds more: "Cou­pled with our firm in­ten­tion of al­ways push­ing the tra­di­tional bound­aries of wire­less tech­nol­ogy, this makes the Mid­dle East a strate­gic mar­ket for us and cen­tral to our growth plans.”

“With the launch of Quanta 5, and many other new so­lu­tions to fol­low very soon, we be­lieve we have an even more unique and stronger value propo­si­tion for en­ter­prises in the pri­vate and pub­lic sec­tor. My team and I look for­ward to shar­ing our ex­per­tise and dis­cussing our lat­est in­no­va­tions and suc­cess sto­ries from around the world with vis­i­tors at GI­TEX.”

“Whether it is 5G, AI or blockchain, the Mid­dle East, con­tin­ues to be an early adopter of in­no­va­tive tech­nol­ogy. Cou­pled with our firm in­ten­tion of al­ways push­ing the tra­di­tional bound­aries of wire­less tech­nol­ogy, this makes the Mid­dle East a strate­gic mar­ket for us and cen­tral to our growth plans”

Ka­mal Mokrani

In­fiNet global vice pres­i­dent Ka­mal Mokrani.

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