InfiNet’s Ninth Partners’ Conference highlights growing global team and latest technological breakthroughs

Dmitry Okorokov of InfiNet Wireless

InfiNet Wireless, the provider in fixed broadband wireless connectivity, brought together 80 loyal partners from 28 different countries to Dubrovnik, Croatia, for its annual International Partners’ Conference.

The two-day conference was designed to give the InfiNet team the opportunity to share its strategic and commercial direction, as well as update all its guests on the range of new wireless products planned for 2018 and beyond, all on the back of a significant year-on-year global growth achieved by the company in 2017.

The conference was used as a prime opportunity to present several brand-new InfiNet product lines based on an extensive in-house developed architecture, which includes solutions in the millimetre-wave frequency bands and will offer significant benefits to InfiNet’s end users.

In his keynote address to attendees, Kamal Mokrani, global vice president at InfiNet Wireless said, “The Middle East and CIS countries are still very important markets for us, but we see the biggest potential growth in the years ahead coming from the Latin America and Africa regions, as clearly demonstrated by a whole host of success stories recently achieved in these corners of the world.”

The event also marked two milestones for the company, with the first being the twenty-year anniversary of the initial release of the WANFleX Operating System, now used in all InfiNet’s R5000 product families. The second milestone was the launch of the new InfiNet Wireless Academy, an augmented reality educational platform aimed at seamlessly helping InfiNet’s partners and customers with any query they might have related to its various solutions. Users can now access interactive training programs, live and recorded webinars, calendars of upcoming events, online courses, to name just a few.

Kamal Mokrani

The conference also focused on special projects deployed in the key industry verticals in which InfiNet have a strong presence. While service providers of all types are top of the list for the company’s revenue streams, the public safety, oil and gas and transportation sectors also play key roles in the success of InfiNet Wireless.

With major projects won in 2017 across China, Mexico, Singapore, Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, Turkey and France, the investments made by InfiNet have allowed it to consolidate its ever-increasing global presence and position the company as a true leader in broadband wireless solutions.

“Our partners and end customers are the key to our success and continued growth. As such, it is critical for us to engage and build strong relationships with them as well as add value to their own businesses, wherever they are located. This annual conference is not just a great platform for us to showcase our new technological developments and share the successes of our company, but to thank all our partners individually for their loyalty and support over the years,” added Dmitry Okorokov, chief executive officer at InfiNet Wireless.

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