CamTel and InfiNet to modernise broadband networks

CamTel to create pilot zone to upgrade, expand network
CamTel to create pilot zone to upgrade, expand network.
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CamTel to create pilot zone to upgrade, expand network.


InfiNet Wireless, a supplier of broadband wireless access solutions, has announced a project to modernise and expand the broadband infrastructure of Cameroon’s state-owned telecoms operator CamTel. Under the agreement, CamTel will create a pilot zone to upgrade and expand its existing network infrastructure using InfiNet solutions, according to TeleGeography’s CommsUpdate.

"InfiNet has been represented in the African market for a long time, so we are therefore familiar with the specifics of doing business with our specialised clients: telecom operators and Internet providers," said InfiNet’s CEO Dmitry Okorokov. "Key areas for us are security and building a modern telecommunications infrastructure. InfiNet is ready to offer its competencies in this area through a range of tried and tested products suitable for the African environment."

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