InfiNet wireless opens new production facility in Russia

Move to double production capacity and improve R&D capabilities
Kamal Mokrani: "Recent implementations with customers such as du in the UAE and the Mecca Municipality in Saudi have contributed to InfiNet Wireless’ business in the Middle East growing at an average rate of 35% year-on-year over the past three years alone."
Kamal Mokrani: "Recent implementations with customers such as du in the UAE and the Mecca Municipality in Saudi have contributed to InfiNet Wireless’ business in the Middle East growing at an average rate of 35% year-on-year over the past three years alone."

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InfiNet wireless has opened a new state-of-the-art production facility in Ekaterinburg, Russia. This expansion will enable the company to better serve rapidly growing markets across the globe such as the Middle East.

Kamal Mokrani, global vice president, InfiNet Wireless said: “Over the last couple of years, we have seen significant demand for our products, especially from enterprises of all types in the Middle East, particularly in the UAE, Saudi, Jordan and Oman markets. Recent implementations with customers such as du in the UAE and the Mecca Municipality in Saudi have contributed to InfiNet Wireless’ business in the Middle East growing at an average rate of 35% year-on-year over the past three years alone. This was the key driver behind our investment into this brand new production facility”.

The move will allow the company to almost double its production capacity and implement enhanced quality assurance testing for all its wireless products. It will also see the company’s R&D and technical support capabilities grow by up to two-and-half times.

Dmitry Okorokov, CEO, InfiNet Wireless said: “Since its foundation, the company has grown significantly, both in terms of headcount and capacity of production, with our brand and products now being recognized globally as a benchmark for all other vendors. I am confident that even after more than 20 years of working in the industry, we will stay at the cutting-edge of wireless technologies for many years to come and will keep providing the market with our best-in-class wireless solutions in PTP and PMP mods, and across various frequency bands. For us this is just the beginning”.

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