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Growing demand for wireless connectivity in the Middle East has encouraged InfiNet Wireless to invest in a new production facility in Russia
InfiNet Wireless, a fixed broadband wireless connectivity company, has announced the opening of a new state-of-the-art production facility in Ekaterinburg, Russia. The new facility will allow the company to almost double its production capacity and implement enhanced quality assurance for its wireless products. The expansion will aim to meet the demands of the rapidly growing wireless Internet markets in the Middle East.
InfiNet Wireless global vice-president Kamal Mokrani said the company had seen rising demands for its products and services from enterprises across a range of industrial and commercial sectors in the Middle East – particularly in the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Jordan and Oman – over the last two years.
“Recent implementations with customers such as du in the UAE and the Mecca Municipality in Saudi Arabia have contributed to InfiNet Wireless’ business in the Middle East, which has grown at an average rate of 35 per cent year-on-year over the past three years. This was the key driver behind our investment into this brand new production facility,” said Mokrani.
Wireless networking solutions have been growing in popularity in the region as businesses adapt to emerging trends in digital transformation. The usage of 4G and LTE have been on the rise in the region and mobile operators have been consistently searching for increased capacity, lower latency, greater distance coverage and higher performance quality, according to InfiNet.
InfiNet Wireless’ latest InfiLINK XG product range will attempt to meet the wireless networking demands of the Middle East region, the company stated, claiming it could provide the “best spectral efficient solution” available within the market.