InfiNet Wireless launches point-to-point system for broadband wireless access

Company claims the InfiLINK XG product is set to break records as the most spectral efficient point-to-point solution in the sub-7 GHz frequency band

InfiNet Wireless launches point-to-point system for broadband wireless access

InfiNet Wireless, the fixed broadband wireless connectivity provider, has launched its new InfiLINK XG product line – a point-to-point solution in the sub-7GHz frequency band. The company makes the bold claim that its product has the ‘best-in-market spectral efficiency, highest capacity processing power and distance/performance ratio’.

InfiNet points to the fact that the market is demanding higher capacity and the ability to reach longer distances. It asserts that the ‘InfiLINK XG family will exceed expectations, providing capacity up to 480Mbps of net throughput in 40MHz of spectrum and more than 120Mbps using just a 10MHz channel and extending maximum link distance beyond 100km, while still maintaining solid availability’.

‘The addition of InfiLINK XG to our product portfolio is set to transform the marketplace and continues to position us as the leading carrier-grade wireless manufacturer of choice,’ said Dmitry Okorokov, CEO, InfiNet Wireless. ‘The demand for greater capacity has grown multiple fold over the last few years and we are continually developing our products to ensure that we meet and exceed our customer’s expectations.’

The XG family is available with a wide range of integrated antennas, as well as a connectorised version to be used in combination with an external antenna, which is perfect for applications such as telecoms, enterprise backhaul and bringing connectivity for the rural/suburban last mile access.

XG products also have a great focus on the scalability through the support of TDD synchronisation and thus the ability to operate multiple co-located units on the same frequency channel.

To date, InfiNet Wireless said it has forged a solid foundation in carrier grade fixed wireless installations, and has over 200,000 deployments from the plains of Siberia to the wilderness of the Sahara.

It said it is one of the few companies in the world that has participated in building a fixed broadband wireless infrastructure for all major sporting events in the last several years.


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