InfiNet Wireless to Showcase Carrier-Grade Wireless Solution at MWC 2017

InfiNet Wireless to Showcase Carrier-Grade Wireless Solution at MWC 2017

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InfiNet Wireless announced it will be showcasing its brand new InfiLINK XG 1000 at Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2017. The company states that their new product is the fastest Point-to-Point wireless solution available in the global marketplace today.

The InfiLINK XG 1000 is designed to meet the backhauling needs of service providers of all types, as well as enterprises from all industry sectors, whether deployed for applications such as 4G/LTE backhauls, digital oilfields connectivity or homeland security. It can provide throughputs of up to 1 Gigabit per second over the air in 5 GHz license-free frequency bands, effectively doubling the capacity of InfiNet's current high performance product, the InfiLINK XG.

"Last year during MWC 2016, we showcased XG family of products which fits perfectly into a large array of applications such as cell backhaul, LAN-to-LAN connectivity, WAN extensions, etc," said Kamal Mokrani, Global Vice President of InfiNet Wireless. "After gaining significant field experience with these solutions and listening to feedback gained from customers, we have further enhanced this product family and have already announced a range of new frequencies, including improved spectral efficiency to deliver more Mbps in even smaller channel sizes and reduced latency figures to sub 3ms."

In addition to the XG 1000, InfiNet will also be showcasing its latest wireless solutions at this prestigious event in Barcelona. They include the significantly revamped InfiMAN 2x2 product family, which is complemented by a brand-new base station unit equipped with smart beam antenna technology and a new range of high-performance subscriber terminals fitted with 300 mW (25 dBm) radio transmit modules.

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