InfiNet Wireless to showcase latest solutions for mobile and nomadic connectivity at MWC 2018

Company will be showcasing InfiMAN 2x2, the Point-to-Multipoint solution which performs well in near-LOS and non-LOS conditions as well as solutions which are able to achieve higher throughputs in existing urban environments.
In the year since the InfiLINK XG 1000 was first launched at MWC, it has maintained its success as a record-breaking Point-to-Point solution for high-performance backhauls, says Kamal Mokrani.
In the year since the InfiLINK XG 1000 was first launched at MWC, it has maintained its success as a record-breaking Point-to-Point solution for high-performance backhauls, says Kamal Mokrani.

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InfiNet Wireless will be showcasing its latest solutions for uncompromised connectivity at Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2018.

The InfiNet product portfolio includes the InfiMAN 2x2, the Point-to-Multipoint solution which performs equally well in near-LOS and non-LOS conditions, and is designed for applications where remote locations can be a challenge to connect using standard wireless solutions, such as in remote suburbs and the countryside, whilst guaranteeing high quality connectivity with guaranteed SLA criteria.

InfiNet Wireless will also be showcasing solutions which are able to achieve higher throughputs even when deployed in existing urban environments. The company’s Point-to-Point solution, the InfiLINK XG 1000, was designed for high-performance backhauling applications and for providing reliable coverage over long distances of more than 60 km when used with external high gain antennas. These solutions operate with the highest spectral efficiency of 14 bps/Hz available in today’s marketplace.

“In the year since the InfiLINK XG 1000 was first launched at MWC, it has maintained its success as a record-breaking Point-to-Point solution for high-performance backhauls,” said Kamal Mokrani, global VP at InfiNet Wireless.

“The ideal choice for a range of PTP applications, this family of solutions has been successfully implemented in various scenarios and truly ruggedized environments across the world, proving our success as the go-to providers of wireless solutions that literally go the distance.”


Along with its Point-to-Point and Point-to-Multipoint solutions, the R5000-Qmxb will also be on display. This beamforming base station sector is able to significantly reduce levels of interference and deliver two-fold capacity increase, thanks to its built-in directional electrically-steerable antenna patterns. This base station is easy to deploy and ideally suited for various applications in mobile and nomadic scenarios, video surveillance and public safety networks.

“Every year, the MWC event is highly anticipated by all our partners and customers, and we take great pride in interest and feedback we receive throughout the event. As the demand for high-bandwidth connectivity and performance continues to grow year on year, we are working very hard to provide new solutions in 2018, and beyond, that will allow our end users to reap the benefits we can provide them with,” added Mokrani.

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