InfiNet Wireless, the global leader in fixed broadband wireless connectivity, announced that it is enhancing its fixed wireless solutions operating at 6 GHz frequency band to ensure maximum performance.
The announcement coincides with a universal rise in demand for available spectrum and the need for major spectrum re-farming to accommodate the deployment of 5G infrastructures. The enhancements have also been fuelled by the rapid adoption of the Internet of Things, allowing the company to play a major part in delivering future-proof platforms for devices to communicate not only within their traditional close silos but across different networks and environments, ultimately creating a truly connected world.
InfiNet claims that its products operating at 6 GHz frequency band eliminate many of the bottlenecks experienced in lower frequency bands, such as 3 GHz and 5 GHz, especially as they became overloaded with traffic in densely populated areas. They are also being deployed by operators in many parts of the world who have been forced by their respective regulators to migrate their legacy 3.5 GHz to alternative frequencies due to the fact that this 3 GHz band is being gradually re-allocated to facilitate the roll-outs of the 5G networks worldwide, said the Company.