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Infinet Wireless, the global leader in fixed wireless broadband connectivity, will showcase its key solutions for the modern dynamic world, ever-evolving and altering after the COVID-19 pandemic, at Mobile World Congress 2021 (MWC), the world’s flagship mobile industry and technology event. Aimed at eliminating the digital divide and meeting the requirements of businesses going through digital transformation, Infinet Wireless will be showcasing its solutions at Stand 1D36 in the Fira de Barcelona venue from June 28, 2021 to July 1, 2021. Additionally, the company will present its new corporate video, displaying its updated approach in accordance with the unprecedented current era and demonstrating the full range of its cutting-edge products.

First and foremost, Infinet Wireless is planning to show its leading-edge flagship family of  Quanta solutions. These are the fully future proofed, spectral efficient solutions, utilizing Octopus SDR (software defined radio) technology and addressing the needs of telecom. The Quanta family is intended to be deployed in the scope of wireless point-to-point networks in 5 GHz, 6 GHz, and 70 GHz frequency bands. Some models provide up to 750 Mbps throughput, which is absolutely remarkable. They can operate as part of the last-mile access environment, and as a backhaul solution.

The Quanta 70 product was welcomed into this flagship family back in December 2019, when it was released to the international market. The potential of the solution to guarantee steady connectivity at a long distance was already embraced last year by the local telecom operator, whose engineers managed to achieve up to 22 Mbps throughput over a distance of 51 km between two Moscow-region towns of Klin and Dubna.

Moreover, the company’s professionals will introduce the groundbreaking InfiLINK Evolution (point-to-point) and InfiMAN Evolution (point-to-multipoint) base stations, the robust wireless broadband solutions with extensive networking functionality. They are designed specifically with wireless internet service providers needs in mind, and are compatible with previous generation wireless Infinet products. With their help, it is possible to both deploy new infrastructures and expand coverage of the current ones.

“Sharing our insights and experience with Mobile World Congress this year is priceless,” highlighted Dmitry Okorokov, the CEO at Infinet Wireless. “The COVID-19 pandemic has made everyone realize that bridging the digital gap is vital; Infinet Wireless aims to overcome this obstacle in order to help businesses and customers better fit this future which has unexpectedly come, and thrive”, he concluded.

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