The U.S. Army Corps of Engineer’s Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC) in Vicksburg, Mississippi recently enhanced its headquarters building. The objective of this upgrade was to educate visitors on the role of the ERDC and learn about government research.InfiNet Wireless will showcase its latest high spectral efficiency solutions and highlight their significant benefits to service providers of all types at ANDICOM.
At a time of exceptional demand within the industry for better, more reliable and higher throughput wireless infrastructures, ANDICOM sets the scene for InfiNet Wireless to share more details about its latest solutions aimed at serving the growing needs of the Latin American market.
Sporting a brand-new look, InfiNet Wireless’ new Software Defined Radio (SDR) solutions, such as Quanta 5 and Quanta 70, use even less spectrum than previous generations of wireless technologies but deliver even more capacity and at a lower cost to the end-users.
"The timing of ANDICOM is perfect for us as our latest solutions, such as Quanta 5, are ready to be deployed and are poised to bring many exceptional benefits for operators, right across Latin America,” said Carlos de Lamadrid, Business Development Manager for LATAM at InfiNet Wireless. “Our presence in Latin America is a very strategic one and we are placing even more focus on what is becoming a rapidly developing region for our company. We are already receiving a lot of valuable and positive feedback following our initial Quanta 5 deployments in the region, and it will be important for us during ANDICOM to gain more insight from our customers about the benefits they have gained so far thanks to the exceptional levels of spectral efficiency we have achieved with our new SDR platforms.”
InfiNet Wireless will showcase Quanta 5. This 5 GHz Point-to-Point (PTP) solution can function seamlessly at extreme temperatures and provide some of the highest spectral efficiency available in today's wireless marketplace. InfiNet Wireless’ constantly evolving new wireless portfolio is enabling it to continue to cater for the more complex needs being placed on service providers around the world.
"Being part of the biggest ICT conference in Latin America is very important to us. We have already achieved a significant customer base in the Latin American market and we look forward to not only strengthening our presence and current relationships in the region at all levels, but also to identifying new and strategic partners, adding more value to their businesses and building our presence in the region even more,” added De Lamadrid.