Infinet Wireless Expands to a New Regional Office in Cameroon

Infinet Wireless Expands to a New Regional Office in Cameroon

By Enterprise Networking Mag | Tuesday, July 28, 2020

Infinet Wireless has opened a new regional office in Cameroon because it has expanded its ventures into one of the world's fastest developing economic regions.

FREMONT, CA: Infinet Wireless is one of the prominent leaders in fixed broadband wireless connectivity. They have opened a new regional office in Cameroon because it has expanded its ventures into one of the world's fastest developing economic regions.

Initially, Ludovic Thierry Takam, a Yaounde native and Technical Engineer who have already worked with Infinet Wireless since 2013, will be given the responsibility of this new presence.  Thierry will have to manage the new platform's launch to provide mutually beneficial exchanges of technology proficiency among the Infinet Wireless management teams and their African counterparts. It will also consist of establishing the technological programs and qualifications in various universities because it is also a part of the Infinet Wireless Academy.

According to Kamal Mokrani, Infinet's Global Vice President " Infinet Wireless’ cost-effective and market-leading solutions can make a significant contribution to the economic development of the sub-Sahara region. Our presence much closer to the end-users represents a win-win partnership for all stakeholders in the region, allowing us to react much quicker to market demands but also to make available our technological know-how and innovative solutions in the delivery of wireless infrastructures. Africa is a rapidly developing continent, both economically and technologically, and we are committed and excited to be a part of history in the making."

The presence will also be utilized for delivering Infinet Wireless' latest innovative technological developments. It can even support its customer base with all its present and future wireless projects containing the company's solutions. More priority will be given to verticals like new infrastructures that can be used for service providers of all types like homeland security, mobile connectivity, energy and mining applications, and solutions for smart cities.

Mokrani added that "our African partners will particularly be able to take advantage of our global experience and latest technological achievements, thanks to our brand-new Software Defined Radio (SDR) family of products in the 5, 6, 28 and 70Ghz frequency bands. As an example, our new Quanta family is highly suited to the environment of the African market, delivering maximum capacity, requiring a much lower power consumption – an important benefit when national grid resources are often unreliable or simply non-existent – all achieved at a lower total cost of ownership than traditional microwave solutions. Our main objective is to reduce, if not eliminate altogether, the digital gap between urban and rural areas."

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