Intracom Telecom leverages GITEX to present its wide range of solutions

For the operators preparing for 5G, the company is showcasing its ultra-high capacity E-Band radio
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Intracom Telecom is participating in GITEX 2017 through its Dubai-based subsidiary, Intracom Middle East. At its stand Z-C13, in Za’ abeel Hall, the Company is exhibiting its Smart City solutions, including smart lighting, smart parking, waste management, sound and traffic monitoring. These solutions are smoothly and tightly integrated under the company’s Unified IoT Orchestration and Monetisation platform, which provides a 360-view of city’s smart services, minimises OpEx, improves residents’ quality of life and generates new revenue streams for the city. Intracom Telecom will also be presenting its latest additions for the smart connected home & connected cars.

For the operators preparing for 5G, the company is showcasing its ultra-high capacity E-Band radio (UltraLink-GX80). Furthermore the company will present its Point-to-Multipoint solution (WiBAS-Connect) that addresses the residential Fixed Wireless Access market delivering capacities up to Gigabit. It is also demonstrating its Gigabit-To-The-Home solution (StreetNode V60-PTP) operating at the V-band and stressing on the ease of installation of high-capacity mmWave radios that enables ISPs to expand their fibre access network. Last but not least, the company will showcase the UltraLink-BX70, an innovative E-Band radio that address the Access and Enterprise connectivity market segment needs.

Intracom Telecom is also presenting a rich suite of software solutions designed to address the areas customer experience management, services monetisation and operational excellence. The core offerings include the company’s real-time Big Data Analytics platform specifically crafted for the telecom sector, along with several use cases implemented to enhance customer network experience. Company’s unique Virtualized Wi-Fi Services platform will demonstrate how Service Providers, Public Sector organisations and private enterprises can unify and share their Access Points, securely creating new network services and enabling new business models and synergies.

During the event, visitors will come across with company’s Smart Metering and Energy Management solution for automated data reading and processing of electricity, gas and heat, which may also be enhanced with energy portals or/and Smartphone applications, as well as a complete Revenue Management, Customer Management & Energy Analytics stack, leveraging the company’s strong heritage in the O/BSS field.

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