Zyxel Communications will showcase its mobile access (LTE) and in-building coverage solutions at this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Positioning itself as the “Networking Ally,” Zyxel is refocusing its efforts on providing solutions to address the overriding concern of network operators: how they can help their customers achieve the best mobility and flexibility in their communications.
Zyxel’s mobile access (LTE) solutions, specifically target areas where fixed broadband networking is difficult and provision is traditionally limited. Zyxel’s 4G LTE-A CAT 6 indoor IAD, which provides high-speed LTE and high-end Wi-Fi, will make its debut at MWC 2017.
“We aim to solve the issues that operators have struggled with in the past – providing connectivity when their customers are in areas where fixed broadband is unavailable,” said Wayne Hwang, VP of Zyxel’s service provider strategic business unit. “With our mobile access solutions, we can support operators in building strong and inclusive mobile broadband networks.”
Zyxel will also showcase in-building coverage solutions, ZoneDAS and the MIMO Repeater, designed to meet the challenge of provisioning mobile signal coverage within large buildings. Mobile users moving inside a building often find that signal strength is not as good as outdoors.
Zyxel will be exhibiting at booth 5G10, Hall 5, at MWC 2017, which takes place at the Fira Gran Via, in Barcelona, from Monday, February 27 to Thursday, March 2.