Viva Bahrain launches new connectivity technology for enterprises

VIVA Skyfi technology uses a licensed spectrum and works by connecting various points and locations from a single access point, thus improves the service delivery time.
This technology is designed to deliver seamless connectivity, Ulaiyan Al Wetaid says.
This technology is designed to deliver seamless connectivity, Ulaiyan Al Wetaid says.

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Viva Bahrain has launched VIVA Skyfi for offering high speed data and connectivity services for enterprises. The new technology offers wide area coverage across Bahrain and relies on Point-to-Multi-Point wireless solution that is on par with fibre-optics technology solution, making it a first of its kind in Bahrain.

Ulaiyan Al Wetaid, VIVA Bahrain CEO said: “We’re constantly monitoring the evolution of new technologies and industry trends to ensure that we maintain our technology lead in Bahrain and cater to the varying needs of enterprises.

“This technology in particular is designed to deliver seamless connectivity and promises fast installation that’s meant to make it easier for enterprises to take their business to the next level.”

VIVA Skyfi technology uses a licensed spectrum and works by connecting various points and locations from a single access point, thus improves the service delivery time by using less hardware, stable communication service, as well as high-speed data transfer and reliability equivalent to fibre-optics.

VIVA Skyfi  will be used to deliver various voice and data services such as dedicated internet, Local MPLS and fixed voice services which can connected to business customers’ PBX systems.  

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